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After a group of people, who meet online, discover a bizarre graphic novel which seems to hold mysterious answers, they find themselves being tracked down by a merciless organization known merely as 'The Network'.
Sarah and Sam seem like the perfect couple, but when Sarah gets her big stage break as an actress, Sam questions whether he's good enough for her. But then everything they thought they knew about their lives is a part of a deadly game.
After watching the first couple episodes, I feel fairly confident that Rubicon will meet my expectations, so I rated it a 10.
Rubicon is thought provoking political thriller that assumes its viewers are patient and intelligent enough to think for themselves. The show's main character, Will, is brilliant, yet as he says himself, he "doesn't know what to think anymore", however, since thinking is what he does best, not knowing what to think inspires him to set out on a journey to piece together and seek out the pattern that will lead him to the "truth".
Rubicon leaves you with far more questions than answers and gets in your head and won't let you go. It's a nice change of pace from the mindless madness that has infiltrated every part of our media, including what is passed off as news.
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