Quick-Thoughts: Mr. Robot Season 3

The Following Review is Spoiler-Free 

Something to notice that’s quite, dare I say, “special” about Sam Esmail’s groundbreaking television series Mr. Robot is just how different each season is from each other. Occasionally, the archetypal show would encourage themselves to be thematically and stylistically consistent. However, Esmail and his fine line-up of actors and actresses couldn’t give a damn about that proverb. Season 3 of Mr. Robot is like the demanding, twisted chain of this series. It’s the game-changing moment where characters begin to truly become manipulated, endangered, and ultimately, faulted at the hands of the antagonists of the show. Even though there were danger and stakes in the previous two seasons, this third succession of Mr. Robot genuinely takes those aspects a whole step further. 

And, I think it can’t go without mentioning just how groundbreaking episodes 5 and 6 are. I don’t believe to have recalled ever being this riveted by two back-to-back episodes in the history of my life. They grasp beyond the technical proficiency and dramatic investment that most other TV episodes of its time have had to offer. It’s bringing us closer to the saying that “television is the new cinema.” 

Mr. Robot Season 3 Math:

eps3.0_power-saver-mode.h = A+

eps3.1_undo.gz = A+

eps3.2_legacy.so = A

eps3.3_metadata.par2 = A 

eps3.4_runtime-error.r00 = A+

eps3.5_kill-process.inc = A+

eps3.6_fredrick+tanya.chk = A+

eps3.7_dont-delete-me.ko = B+

eps3.8_stage3.torrent = A 

shutdown -r = A

Final Verdict: A

“Mr. Robot” season 3 is now available to stream on Amazon Prime.


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