Mr. Robot Blog
The revolution continues this October when Mr. Robot season_3.0 premieres with 10 new episodes. Read more, including updates about new series regulars Bobby Cannavale and BD Wong!
Check out Syfy's interview with the Mr. Robot cast from Comic-Con. Not only did they uncover some retro commercial magic, but Syfy also gifted Christian Slater with some amazing Empire Strikes Back swag.
It’s all happening. Mr. Robot’s second season is back in production in New York City, and the show’s stars are sharing behind-the-scenes snaps on their personal Instagram accounts. The show returns for season two on July 13 and we can’t wait to see what happens next.
Hello, friend. Are you ready for season_2.0? USA Network has officially set the premiere date for its criticaly acclaimed drama Mr. Robot.
More casting news for Mr. Robot season two! USA Network added Sandrine Holt, Michael Maize, Dorothi Fox, and Luke Robertson to the cast this week. Read the story!
The latest Mr. Robot casting news will be exciting for fans of The Office. Craig Robinson, who was previously seen in Knocked Up, This is The End, Hot Tub Time Machine, and Mr. Robinson, will join the cast of Mr. Robot as a recurring guest star.
More big news is already coming out of Mr. Robot’s second season. Michael Cristofer, who plays Phillip Price, the CEO of Evil Corp, and Stephanie Corneliussen, who we know as the calculating Joanna Wellick, have both been upped to series regulars, which means we can get used to seeing much more of them in season two.
Mr. Robot doesn’t return until this summer, but news about its second season is already breaking. Friday, USA Network announced that actress Grace Gummer (The Newsroom, American Horror Story) will join the Mr. Robot cast as a series regular.