[This article contains SPOILERS for Mr. Robot season 2.]
There is an enviable kind of freedom in being the under-the-radar show. That was true of Sam Esmail?s Mr. Robot, which premiered in the summer of 2015 as the ?what?s this?? show of the summer to become the sort of television sensation that swoops in and completely alters the discussion around a single network. But the little show about a computer hacker didn?t stop there; it also reignited the conversation about TV auteurism and even managed to do so on a network far removed from the usual discussion of prestige television.
That freedom vanishes once the first season is over, however, and the …
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