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The answer to the question "Can data create a hit tv show?" is obviously yes. Television has been doing this for years or rather they have been improving formulas and statistics that they have taken years to create and collect. IMDB or Internet Movie Database is probably one of the best sources of information about TV and film that's accessible by both companies and the public (to an extent). If you don't know what it is, IMDB is it's is an online database of information related to films, television programs, and video games, including cast, production crew, fictional characters, biographies, plot summaries, trivia and reviews. A subsidiary of Amazon they will have a leg up on the competition with the data that's gathered from the site through viewers of shows but for the most part that information is shared freely. ...

Mr Robot

There's no question over what show was the best of the year for me, I was raving about it before it even properly came out and getting anyone that would listen to watch it. In a sentence this show is the fight club of the modern age brought to life on TV. Okay you might think that praise is a little over the top for a simple TV show however what USA made is anything but a simple TV show. First off it comes off the back of a shift in their "blue skies" formula which was (for a time) a winning formula that churned out great shows that could and did run for long runs bringing in loyal audiences. However with shows like Breaking Bad, Walking Dead and House of Cards; USA rightly sensed it was time for a ...