To say much more about Utopia would be a disservice to its story, which is built on ambiguity. At this point, you likely know if you’re in or out.

Unfortunately, it’s pretty hard to find online if you don’t live in the United Kingdom. (Brits can watch on the Channel 4 web site, but it’s geoblocked for those outside the country.) If you google the show, you’ll find some sites that are streaming the series in its entirety, but those aren’t necessarily legal, so we won’t link to them. Otherwise, you can buy the series for £24 ($32) on Amazon.

So if all the recent talk of conspiracy theories in politics (many of which have been propagated by the US president himself) has you looking to watch something that’s ridiculous but completely fictional and harmless, give Utopia a try. American filmmaker David Fincher was working on an adaptation of the series for HBO, but it was scrapped recently over budget disagreements. It’s clear that the stylish insanity of Utopia has staying power, and we might not have seen the last of its crazy conspiracy on screen.

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