Despite some bumps, Mr. Robot’s third season has been a creative resurgence.
The season’s penultimate episode is an ungainly mess.
“Endless Slumper” illustrated why Cheers was destined to be an all-time great sitcom.
An unusually sentimental episode that earns its shift in tone.
In the aftermath of the Dark Army’s attack, there’s no guarantee that the good guys will ever win.
Whiterose has everyone chasing each other in a maze of her own creation.
Let’s talk about the long take in this episode.
Five reasons why its sweet, perceptive coming-of-age story is worth watching.
Will Angela wind up taking the fall for the Dark Army?
With the sex trade gone mainstream, who benefits and who suffers?
For the life of me, I don’t know why this episode exists.
It’s spring of 1972 and the tide has officially turned.
In season three, Mr. Robot is cleaning house.
Winter has finally arrived in New York City.
Elliot launches a one-man war against the Dark Army.
“What Kind of Bad?” paints the pimps at their worst.
Maggie Gyllenhaal gives one of her best performances here.
The opening of the Hi-Hat finally brings together this show’s loose collection of characters.
“Show and Prove” digs into the complexity of Time Square’s pimps and prostitutes.
George Pelecanos and David Simon’s new show is a high-wire balancing act.
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