If you think of USA as a station that airs petty dramas, you may want to take a look at Mr. Robot. One of the one-liners I've seen to promote this show is, "Damn near perfect," and I agree. Rami Malek will seem familiar (Short Term 12, Night at the Museum) but you've never seen him like this: you've never seen anyone like this. He plays the main character, Elliot Alderson--a guy who you have a hard time deciding about--do you want to curl up with him or keep your head down when you see him on the subway? He's cute and psycho. His eyes are huge. Elliot is a hacker, but he has a 9 to 5, at a cyber security firm. His internal dialogues are incredible. "It feels like all our heroes are counterfeit. The world itself is just one big's not because Hunger Games books make us happy, but because we want to be's painful not to pretend, because we're cowards. Fuck Society." Also, Christian Slater is in this: in fact, he is Mr. Robot. The show, ironically, seems to suggest that people should take their identities back--or, create them in the first place. Too many of us are just blinking eyes behind a screen. (She typed...)