Mr. Robot TV series shows great promise. It’s an American thriller television series created by Sam Esmail. The story touches upon such topics as social and digital revolution through the thoughts of the protagonist and narrates the episode. The status quo of contemporary social behavior, consumerism and corporate greed that prevails under the complacency of the proletariat is the fundamental question of how to show and the main character direction with great disdain. Oddly enough, the question arises that if our satisfaction with the quality of consumer products – such as TV is inferior – so ingrained in our society, when we finally received an oasis kind of artistic expression of talent this show, devoid of the transaction being down simplified or drowned in an attempt to attract a wider audience, we can overcome our usual tastes or level of real-life stories, thinking to take the lack of interest among the public and typical chair, finally, the disappearance of the show?
Like other successful programs such as “The Big Bang Theory” and “House,” which received a large number of followers, in spite of some very technical aspects of the dialogue, which, as a rule go head most of its viewers, the Mr. Robot followed his example and remains true to its core audience to check the facts of its technical content and retain their validity. Most of the films or programs with a scientific theme like hacker or equipment tend to exaggerate the “coldness” of what is displayed, when it comes to something as dry as computer code, representing the digital world, as it was a fantasy, but not the accurate, yet simple soft Unix text encodings on a computer screen. I was surprised and relieved to see a lot of calculating the actual episode is an accurate representation of real life scenarios for the same character. As in the case of other successful programs with arguments derived from complex problems (such as medicine or theoretical physics), the volume of technical dialogue is not so much that most of the audience did not understand was, but enough that will captivate and perhaps even raise them slightly, because they offer insight into the fascinating world whose power and influence not otherwise understand.