Mark your calendars and set an alarm for the Mr. Robot season 2 release time so you can begin binge-watching the USA Network series.
One of the best shows on TV will soon be streaming on Amazon Prime Video. Mr. Robot season 2 is coming to Amazon Prime Video on Thursday, July 13. If you haven’t seen the USA Network series yet, you’re missing out on one of the most mind-bending adventures you can possibly watch on television. The first season is already streaming on Prime Video, so I do recommend you watch that as soon as possible.
The first season of Mr. Robot won the Golden Globe for Best Television Series – Drama and Christian Slater won the Golden Globe for Best Supporting Actor. Additionally, Rami Malek took home the Emmy after season 1 for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Malek’s portrayal of Elliot Alderson was certainly worthy of the highest individual honor in television. The character is a young programmer who works in cyber-security for his day job, but at night, he moonlights as a hacker with visions of grandeur that could change the world with the help of Mr. Robot.
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But who is Mr. Robot?
That’s the question that the viewer must ask as they watch the show and all the drama, suspense, action and mystery plays out on our screens. Eliot also serves as the narrator for the series and considering he’s got some mental health issues, it can be difficult to trust what we’re seeing and hearing from his point of view. But that just makes watching Mr. Robot that much more fun and entertaining.
Mr. Robot season 2 added to the richness of season 1 and we learned more about our favorite characters and the depths of this show made our brain wrinkle. You can check out the season 2 trailer below to get your anticipation levels spiked.
Mr. Robot season 2 will be released on Amazon Prime Video on Thursday, June 13. The season should be added at 7:00 p.m. ET on Wednesday because Amazon releases their shows on Greenwich Mean Time, which is five hours ahead of Eastern Standard Time, so you can watch tonight!
Mr. Robot also stars Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin, Martin Wallstrom, Stephanie Corneliussen, Michael Cristofer, Grace Gummer, BD Wong, Azhar Khan, Sunita Mani, Michael Drayer and Michael Gill.