Get Ready for the Mr. Robot Digital After Show Hosted By The Verge
Updated: You can now watch the first Mr. Robot Digital After Show Hosted by The Verge about the July 20 episode "eps2.1_k3rnel-pan1c.ksd" here.
Starting next Wednesday, July 20, new episodes of Mr. Robot will be followed by a digital after show, which will stream live on USANetwork.com and TheVerge.com -- the preeminent experts on the intersection of culture and technology.
The Mr. Robot Digital After Show Hosted By the Verge will take a deep dive into the world of Mr. Robot, examining each new episode of USA Network’s acclaimed hacker drama through both an artistic and technological lens.
Hosted by The Verge’s editor-in-chief Nilay Patel, entertainment editor Emily Yoshida, and cyber-security reporter Russell Brandom, each Digital After Show will feature an in-depth discussion of the reality and potential imminence of the various hacking and cyber-security techniques used in each episode of Mr. Robot, as well as the hosts’ own analysis of what’s happening in the narrative week over week. Cast and crew from Mr. Robot will also make appearances to share an insider's point of view on the week’s biggest moments.
The first episode of the Digital After Show will follow the conclusion of the east coast broadcast on July 20 and run for the rest of the season of Mr. Robot. Fans can interact with the hosts and their guests each week via social platforms and full episodes will be available at USANetwork.com after the live stream.
Mr. Robot’s second season begins this Wednesday, July 13 at 10/9c, with a special double-episode premiere. A live on-air after show, Hacking Robot, will be hosted by Andy Greenwald (After the Thrones) on USA Network, following the premiere this week.
Are you caught up on Mr. Robot? See season_1.0, streaming now on Amazon Prime.