The new drama is picked up ahead of its premiere.
June 24, 2015
USA Network announced today that Mr. Robot has been renewed for Season 2. The good news came ahead of the freshman drama's series premiere this evening. Response from the pilot episode, which was previewed early on various digital platforms, has been overwhelmingly positive thus far.
USA has ordered 12 episodes for Season 2 of Mr. Robot, which will air in 2016.
01/05/16 at 03:40pm
This is a very dark show. I'am only on episode 3. It looks like it will take time to get into it properly. Differently worth watching. It looks like its about black hats. It should be fun to see how it pans out.
10/17/15 at 07:42pm
I don't like this show. Leaves me wondering why interesting shows have been given the axe.
08/18/15 at 08:11pm
I stopped watching after 4 episodes. A show fully pregnant with sinister potential, but it began to feel milked. I figured I would be waiting 2 or 3 seasons for "it" to happen - if the show lasted that long. The show Rubicon still burns in my memory. A similar lurking sinister plot cancelled before anything actually happened...
07/06/15 at 12:25pm
Good job USA for landing this show. If the writing and acting remain as strong as the piolet episode this show will be on for quite a long run.
07/04/15 at 08:39pm
Switched off when the lead character lit-up.
paul hall: "one episode and they renew??? what the hell." > They obviously have funding from big tobacco.
07/02/15 at 02:24pm
A show I normally wouldn't watch I decided to tune in and now I am hooked. It is a great show and great acting. Bravo!
06/30/15 at 07:27pm
From the first episode I really like it. I hope it makes it to season 2.
06/30/15 at 04:45am
wow - I guess we will see if their predictions bear up over time. Good Luck, maybe Mr. robot will need no luck!
06/26/15 at 10:23pm
Ratings are almost 2 million. I'm sure ratings data is still coming in. 2 mil on a pilot episode on USA is rare. Love the show.
06/26/15 at 08:53pm
luv this vice
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