We live in a world that is constantly changing. Kyle Chandler and Joseph Gordon-Levitt are asking how much we really know about the technology we use every day.

It’s this question that drew the actors to the Showtime’s upcoming anthology series Super Pumped, which details the rise fall of Uber founder Travis KalanickThis article examines the impact of ride-sharing apps on society.

Gordon-Levitt—who plays the disgraced CEO—was fascinated by Kalanick’s success, despite all his shortcomings. In an interview with CelebHomes News, the actor said that Kalanick made “billions” of dollars. That is why our system rewards it. Our system doesn’t reward businesses that look out for everyone’s wellbeing.

He admitted that Super Pumped This is a specific topic that pertains to tech, however, he stated, “This doesn’t just Silicon Valley. This is how our system currently works.” You’re welcome to ask me questions about it. We’re on the edge of a steep cliff without changing that.

And while the real-life story of Kalanick, as well as Chandler’s character, Bill Gurley who was an Uber board member, played out in the news, it’s hard to grasp how influential Uber was on society—at least, until you see Super Pumped.