Supergirl:  I wanted to write a review, but I better wait for Superman’s affirmation.

Amongst the wave of superhero films and TV it’s only fair that women get their own hero to root for. Marvel has Agent Carter staring in her own show (meh) so it’s only fair DC gets to fire their own salvo. Taking a powerful and fun character like Supergirl and turning it into a TV show is a smart bet. Too bad what could have been a strong female role model gets turned into a lip biting, indecisive child begging for Superman’s approval.

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TV Party!

TV Party: We watch TV so you don't have to. Surprise, surprise. Most of it sucks.

In the race to be the next Breaking Bad or Game of Thrones, there officially is too much fucking TV. Here at LTN, we watch it for you. Well, a lot of it anyway. We had to wade through a sea of shit to find a few nuggets of gold and let you know what to watch and what to make fun of your stupid friends for.

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Mr. Robot

Mr. Robot: Someone took their subtlety stick away, but it still makes for an interesting show.

Ah, rebellious youth. Always wanting to break shit and tear down the walls that the common folk built but never doing a goddamn thing about it. You know, like those fuckers that protest for some fucking interest group they don’t even belong to, but forget about it next week when they are picking up a mocha latte at the Starbucks on the corner. That changes with the premise of Mr. Robot, where a young security engineer suffering from social anxiety stumbles into a plan with the power tear it all down. It features out of left field star Rami Malek, that chick that was going to fuck Joaquin Phoenix in Her, and manages to highlight Christian Slater in a role that doesn’t suck. There are some problems with the narrative, but overall, still manages to stand out as a solid and interesting show.

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