"Mr. Robot" Renewed for Season 4 on USA

Lawrence Kim
December 14, 2017

The revolution isn't over yet. After Elliot and the underground hacker group fsociety hack a multi-national corporation, the series explores the fallout from the devastating hack in society and in Elliot's own increasingly complex life as the boundaries between himself and Mr. Robot continue to breakdown. USA Network has renewed its Mr. Robot TV show for season four. The breakout first season won multiple Emmy Awards in 2016 for Ramek's tremulous performance and the show's moody score - and it won USA Network the prestige it needed to shed its reputation as a sponsor of lightweight "Characters Welcome" shows.

It also comes two days after Christian Slater received his third Golden Globe nomination for his role as the titular character, the deceased father to Rami Malek's character Elliot. The season wasn't bad per se - offering moments of astonishing cinematic feats and stunning character moments - but it deliberately misled the audience in a way that was nearly cruel. Coinciding with the current season's final episode, it was announced on Twitter that the show would return for a fourth outing.

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Esmail previously suggested that the show would run for five seasons in total.

A teaser trailer was posted to the official Mr Robot Twitter account, along with the caption: "We have plenty more battles to fight".

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