One of the most buzzed about summer premieres is the new USA Network series, Mr. Robot. The series, June 24 at 10pm, and just ahead of that premiere, USA has announced that they will be picking up the Mr. Robot for season 2. This second season will premiere in 2016 and have a minimum of 10 episodes.
The series has already gained a huge amount of approval among critics and was a massive success at the South by Southwest Festival. It is expected to do very well on its premiere tonight, and the early pickup for season 2 only further validates that.
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Mr. Robot is a one-hour drama that follows a mysterious anarchist as he recruits a computer programmer (Rami Malek) with a social disorder, using his skills to connect to people by hacking them.
USA Network President, Chris McCumber is also feeling confident about the show’s success.
“We knew from the moment we read Sam Esmail’s provocative script, and witnessed the brilliant performances of Rami Malek and Christian Slater, that Mr. Robot is a stand-out series that is unlike anything currently on television. The overwhelmingly positive fan reactions to the pilot and the broad sampling of it, reaffirms our confidence in the series, and we’re excited to see where this timely drama will take us for season two.”
Mr. Robot premieres June 24 at 10pm on USA.
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Contributing Writer, BuddyTV