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Decrypted, Ars Technica's TV podcast

By Ars Technica

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Description

Welcome to Decrypted, Ars Technica's weekly podcast that follows TV shows like Mr. Robot and Westworld. We'll be diving into the shows in a way only Ars can—which is to say it'll be thorough, we'll talk with experts, and no detail is too minute or nerdy. Mr. Robot S2 starts 7/13/16. Westworld starts 10/2/16.

Customer Reviews

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I knew I could count on the podcast community to share their thoughts and provide great insight into this addictive show.

The Mr. Robot deep dive I wanted

Mr. Robot S2 has clearly elevated the show's profile—everyone from Forbes to GQ to Wired seems to be reviewing it—but good pods are still tough to find. Ars seems on track with this. It's not a straight recap/review show, and they instead focus on 1-2 ideas from that week's episode then grab a plugged in guest (Ep2 has the show's FBI consultant and it's a must for diehards). Looking forward to more.

Actual info, not just recaps

Like this pod since it involves analysis on specific things about the show—maybe a hack, its mental health depictions, FBI research, etc.—and books actual guests instead of being just another recap pod with two dudes.

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