Mr. Robot will continue to delight audiences for at least another year.
That's right, the USA Network drama has been renewed for Season 3!
With ratings on the downside, the show still packs a huge punch in the buzz department. It seems that everyone is watching the show, but very little are actually watching it live.
The ratings for the show are tripling when 7 days worth of DVR viewing is factored in.
“We couldn’t be more proud of MR. ROBOT, a series that has pushed boundaries, captured the cultural zeitgeist, and been honored as one of the best dramas on television,” said Chris McCumber, President, Entertainment Networks for NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment.
“Midway through its second season, MR. ROBOT continues to break new ground and open up new opportunities for the network. We can’t wait to see where Sam Esmail and the entire brilliant ROBOT team take us next.”
"Being the home studio for this wonderful, completely original show is an exhilarating experience. Sam and company just keep taking it to another level,” said Jeff Wachtel, Chief Content Officer, NBCUniversal Cable Entertainment and President, Universal Cable Productions.
“We can’t wait to get going on Season 3… as soon as we finish Season 2!”
On Mr. Robot Season 2, Elliot has tried to get rid of Christian Slater's Mr. Robot, but the figment of his imagination just won't go anywhere.
Angela and and Darlene have joined forces to hack the FBI, but that's being made very difficult by the addition of Grace Gummer's Dom.
Dom knows there's more to the 5/9 hack than meets the eye, but will she be killed off before she gets to the truth?
A recent episode of the show imitated the look of Full House and it was pretty spectacular.
There's really no show on the air quite like it. It's been nominated for six Primetime Emmys.
Have I we sold the show to you yet?
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