Written by Charlie Brooker (Black Mirror) and Chris Morris (Brass Eye, Four Lions), this amazing little slice of comedy genius is well known in the UK but roundly ignored elsewhere, and yet I think 11 years on it definitely holds alot of relevance in the Western world, where people vomit their ridiculous opinions onto the internet daily, and hipsterism has been crossbred with a fuck you attitude and ridiculous acts of constant verbal abuse.
Starring an incredibly good cast (including Ben Wishaw and, would you believe it, Benedict Cumberbatch), Nathan Barley is about a 'self facilitating media node' (basically a rich kid who spends his life creating online content and writing for a magazine for other self indulgent dickhead hipsters). His character has a loveable rogue sort of appeal whilst also being universally disgusting in his behaviour, which is pretty much an exact average of the 20-25 internet using population today.
With every day that passes this show becomes more relevant and it has some genuine points to make too.
PS Sugar Ape magazine is VICE
I'm going to leave an episode here for you guys, make your own minds up.
Strangely, channel 4 even broadcast a whole documentary series about a choir of junkies, which was mocked in this series about 8 years earlier.