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Currently watching Mr. Robot and Lilyhammer
Mr. Robot: 405 Method Not Allowed (2019)
Yet another outstanding episode in this sensational show
I went into this show with pretty high expectations but it has completely exceeded that and then some. This is another sensational episode, full of tension, intensity, action, suspense and drama. What makes it all the more impressive is that there is almost no dialogue whatsoever!
One of the best TV episodes I've ever seen. This series has become one of my favourites ever, along with Lost, Breaking Bad and Prison Break. Can't wait to see more. Sam Esmail is a genius.
Tense, Gripping, Nerve-Racking - An Outstanding Episode of Television
I don't usually write reviews for TV episodes but after watching this one, I had to. Up to now, Mr. Robot has had some very good episodes with some excellent scenes that elevate it. However, this episode is the first that is consistently outstanding throughout.
It is almost divided into two parts, with the first being Elliot trying to escape the Evil Corp building after people come for him. The second, after a great scene with Elliot and Darlene in which she reveals her links to the FBI, is all about the chaos that occurs inside the Evil Corp HQ and Angela's desperate attempt to complete the mission on her own.
It is hugely intense episode with sensational camerawork and gripping dialogue. I have enjoyed Mr. Robot a lot but this is an episode that has taken the series up a notch.
Easily a 10/10 episode that gets you on the edge of your seat and excited for the rest of the show.
House of Cards (2013)
Brilliant show. Just don't watch the awful final season
This is such a brilliant show featuring one of the best TV characters of all time in Frank Underwood. It's shocking, tense, unpredictable and will get you hooked. Just don't watch the final season - it's utter garbage without Kevin Spacey, I'm afraid. But don't let that spoil this great show. Really enjoyed it.
Person of Interest (2011)
Brilliant and very underrated
This is such a fantastic show with intensity, fast paced action, intriguing plot lines and a solid set of characters. Not sure why it's not talked about more. Really enjoyed it.
Game of Thrones (2011)
Outstanding, apart from the final season
First six seasons are incredible, featuring brilliant characters, intense moments, and riveting plots. Poor final season but still an excellent show
Prison Break (2005)
An absolute thrill ride
One of the best shows that I've ever watched. Starts with an epic first season and keeps you hooked throughout with tense moments and great characters who you get invested in. Would recommend this to anyone.
Breaking Bad (2008)
One of the best shows of all time
After starting reasonably slow, this legendary show quickly becomes outstanding and just gets better and better. Superb plot, awesome characters, great writing, amazing scenes, and several all-time great episodes.
The best show I've ever watched
Put simply, Lost is the best TV Drama I have ever watched. It has everything - A plethora of superb characters, terrific writing, tension, drama, mystery, romance, unpredictability, comedy, amazing dialogue, emotion, cliffhangers, and more.
A very special show that will get you hooked from the first minute.
A Brilliant Show That Lost Its Way
The first two seasons of this show are some of the best TV I've watched. The battle between Axe and Chuck (two awesome lead characters) is thrilling, engaging stuff and there are some interesting sub-plots too. At one point it was one of my favourite shows of all time.
I was immensely excited for where this show would go but unfortunately it has ended up being a major disappointment. The writers went away from the rivalry that drove S1 and S2 and pushed the unbearable Taylor Mason as the lead character. Once they did that, this show started to go downhill. Season 3 was okay but S4 was utter garbage and now I don't care about the story.
This show is a perfect example of greed and political correctness ruining what was once a brilliant show. Such a shame