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Favorite prestige TV show: 'Killing Eve' or 'Mr. Robot'?
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"Killing Eve" and "Mr. Robot" both represent the best of prestige TV. The award-winning series are very different but both have developed a cult following and fans can't get enough. "Killing Eve" follows a security employee who enters a dangerous game of cat and mouse with an assassin. "Mr. Robot" follows a seemingly innocent cybersecurity engineer who plans to take down corporate America and his own employer in his spare time. Which show is your favorite?

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Favorite prestige TV show: 'Killing Eve' or 'Mr. Robot'?
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"Killing Eve" has taken the world by storm for its stellar cast and the nuanced characters. Fans adore the dramatic black comedy because the plot keeps them guessing, the wardrobe is fun to look at and the producer does a great job of neglecting typical narratives. According to NPR

This may be the strangest — and most compelling — story of how opposites attract on TV this year. Sandra Oh is acerbic and knowing as Eve Polastri, a deskbound, low-level staffer in British intelligence who instinctively figures out how to track a notoriously psychopathic assassin, played with maniacal glee by Jodie Comer. Executive producer Phoebe Waller-Bridge subverts every male-centered trope of espionage thrillers as Eve and the assassin play a deadly cat-and-mouse game fueled by their mutual fascination with each other.
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"Mr. Robot" is on its fourth season and the suspenseful show is known for constantly switching up its plot and the music. The USA show has curated a soundtrack that has been described as "light and dark." It has captivated its audience and adds another reason to the long list of why folks love to watch the show. According to PopMatters

The show's score is central to that mood. After season one, composer Mac Quayle won an Emmy for the music of Mr. Robot. Though the series eschews a consistent opening credits sequence (one more way Esmail keeps viewers off balance), the show's music is nevertheless memorable. Quayle's mastery of synthesized instrumentation is perfectly suited to Mr. Robot's theme, while his success creating the music for Ryan Murphy's various shows (including American Horror Story, The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, and Feud: Bette and Joan) confirms that he can heighten both the drama and mood for a wide variety of visual tales.
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FINAL RESULTS
Favorite prestige TV show: 'Killing Eve' or 'Mr. Robot'?
#TeamKillingEve
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamMrRobot