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We’re getting closer and closer to the second season premiere of last year’s surprise hit Mr. Robot from USA, and Thursday we get a whole lot of interesting tidbits about where the show will go following the Five/Nine hack. If you thought fsociety was gonna be riding high on the success of the first season finale, then you really haven’t been paying attention. Shiz is getting way, way scarier and all the work they’ve done appears to be for naught. As we see in the extended teaser from Buzzfeed, Elliot’s going to have a brand new nemesis.

That new antagonist for the fsociety people is Agent DiPierro played by Meryl Streep’s daughter Grace Gummer. She seems hellbent on taking down fsociety and seems completely unwilling to “f” around. We also see Angela (Portia Doubleday) getting skeeved on hardcore by one of her new evil bosses, and Darlene (Carly Chaikin) sobbing in a heap on the floor somewhere. Also, we have no idea where Tyrell Wellick (Martin Wallstrom) is, but we’re way more concerned about why his even evil-er wife Joanna (Stephanie Corneliussen) has blood all over her face like a tiger who’s just killed its prey. It’s looking pretty bleak, especially with the President of the GD United States calling them out. Mr. Robot (Christian Slater) is right…fsociety DOES need a leader, but maybe Elliot (Rami Malek) isn’t the one to do it.

But it looks like we’ll have even longer to relish the torment and despair! Yay! Deadline reported that USA has extended the season order of the show from 10 episodes to 12, all of which will be directed by series creator Sam Esmail. And–go figure–USA has also announced there will be an after show for Mr. Robot, fittingly titled Hacking Robot, because there can’t be a hit show on cable now without some kind of after program to discuss it.

Either way, we’re way excited for the two-episode season premiere of Mr. Robot coming July 13!


Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek) may have successfully brought down the E Corp with the fsociety hackers, but his battles continue when “Mr. Robot” returns in July for season 2.

USA Network unveiled the premiere date for “Mr. Robot” season 2 with the release of a new teaser, showing a hint of where Elliot and his imaginary companion Mr. Robot (Christian Slater) are heading after they managed to destroy the multinational E Corp.

According to the network, “Season two picks up after fsociety’s 5/9 hack on Evil Corp and will explore the consequences of the attack, as well as the illusion of control.”

During the SXSW event in March, series creator/director Sam Esmail teased the plot for the upcoming season. “Elliot committed a crime and we’re going to see the ramifications of that this season,” Esmail stated. “That’s why you see that introduction of law enforcement, which you deliberately didn’t see the first season.”

Esmail also revealed that the timeline of season 2 will be clearer compared to the previous season, and it will get darker as the story progresses.

The second season of “Mr. Robot” will show the return of Portia Doubleday in her role as Elliot’s childhood friend Angela, Carly Chaikin as Elliot’s sister Darlene, Martin Wallström as E Corp’s Senior Vice President of Technology Tyrell Wellick, Michael Cristofer as E Corp’s CEO Phillip Price, as well as Stephanie Corneliussen as Tyrell’s wife Joanna.

The cast will be joined by Craig Robinson, who will portray the role of a New York local named Ray, as well as rapper Joey Bada$$ as Elliot’s new friend Leon.

“Fear The Walking Dead” star Sandrine Holt, “National Treasure: Book of Secrets” star Michael Maize, “Run All Night” star Dorothi Fox, and “The Americans” star Luke Robertson also landed recurring roles in the series.

“Mr. Robot” season 2 premieres on the USA Network on Wednesday, July 13.

There's still work to be done, friend. Are you ready for what comes next?

Mr. Robot. Season 2. 7.13. USA Network.

Posted by Mr. Robot on Wednesday, April 20, 2016