Mr. Robot is about to finish! As announced by its creator Sam Esmail, and then confirmed by the USA broadcaster, the Mr. Robot series will end in its 4th season.
The prestigious series, which won the best dramatic series gold globe in 2016, was confirmed to have its 4th and last season in 2019.
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According to The Hollywood Reporter, season 4 will consist of 12 episodes with the initial idea being only 8 episodes.
The news of the end of the series does not come as a surprise. Sam Esmail had already mentioned that in his vision the series would only have 4 or 5 seasons maximum.
Mr. Robot is one of the most interesting and complex series you can see.
Having now confirmed his end, Sam Esmail notes that both the station and the production team “didn't want to say goodbye to the show, however, we have too much respect for Elliot's story to try to extend it beyond its inevitable end"
Actor Christian Slater a few weeks ago also mentioned that he believed that season 4 could be the end of Mr. Robot. On the other hand, Rami Malek when asked the same, was a little more elusive in his answer.
The series had been falling into their ratings. Unexpectedly their last season averaged 529,000 viewers per episode. By contrast the first season reached 1.39 million viewers per episode.
Creator Sam Esmail already has a new project in his portfolio. Apparently we'll have a drama with Amazon Video production. The protagonist Julia Roberts will give relevant weight to your next project.
Mr. Robot stars Rami Malek as hacker Elliot Alderson, a character with a socially anxious problem who, along with his allies, enters a complex global dominance game against his own company.
In short, the Mr.Robot series is aired in UK on TVSéries so it is expected that news regarding the broadcast of season 4 will be made public in the near future.
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