Have you been watching it? I've been finding it fascinating and incendiary. It strikes me as the first show that addresses problems exclusive to people who are now in their twenties: the first generation pretty much raised from infancy in the marinade of the computer/cell phone age. The main character, Elliot, is a severely introverted, alienated computer geek who works in computer security. He has superior hacking skills and routinely hacks everyone he encounters and keeps files on them. Sometimes he finds it necessary to use that info to destroy them. When he saves a large corporation from a major attack, his life takes a strange turn. He's approached by the author of that attack, who admires his skill, and is invited to participate in a huge, world-shaking hack. The leader of that revolution calls himself, "Mr. Robot." And he becomes the monkey on Eliot's back. However, hanging over the whole plot, is the fact Elliot is a drug user. He uses morphine to control his extreme social anxiety, and since we see the whole show from his perspective (he's the main character and narrator), there is no telling whether Mr. Robot and all the events surrounding Mr. Robot are part of an elaborate hallucinatory side effect of his drug use or not. That is: Elliot himself questions if they are real, but he can't tell.