This is a criminally underrated and under-watched British TV show which is likely to become more popular when it finishes/is cancelled. It's something I think deserves a much larger audience and presence on GAF (OT thread here - relatively small presence on GAF). It's largely non-existent as far as the American audience goes. It's quite difficult to find many quality British shows nowadays. There are only 6 episodes per season and only two seasons.
It's currently midway through its second season and David Fincher is already planning an American remake set to air on HBO.
The story follows a small group of unconnected people who find themselves in possession of the manuscript sequel of a legendary graphic novel called The Utopia Experiments which is rumoured to have predicted the worst disasters of the last century. Their lives brutally implode as they are pursued by a shadowy and murderous organisation known as "The Network", which they must avoid to survive. Using the manuscript, they must uncover the meaning hidden in its pages before the disasters depicted become reality.
Series 2 Trailer (spoilers): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vI5h8yvHIJQ
It is a dark thriller which has lots of twists and turns layered with a comic book flair in some of its characters with a Tarantino level of casual violence. It's an absolutely gorgeous looking show too with great cinematography and shot composition (being the mirror opposite of Hannibal in the colour palette). None of the pictures below really do it justice.
I would recommend giving at least the first episode a watch and see if you like it.
Where can I watch it?
It's available on Netflix UK and 4oD. Non-UK viewers can easily access it via Hola Unblocker, MediaHint or ZenMate.