Mr. Robot is coming back for Season 4

Matt Sayer 14 December 2017 NEWS


fsociety's mission to disrupt the status quo isn't over yet.

Having hacked its way into our hearts over the course of three seasons, the conspiracy-laden tech drama Mr. Robot will be returning for a fourth season of corporate takedowns, political plotting and sticking it to The Man with the power of technology. Revealed by series creator and director Sam Esmail over on Instagram, the fourth season has entered the writing stage, meaning the actual production and release of season four is still a ways off. Considering season three is only now wrapping up, that's actually a surprisingly fast turnaround for moving onto a new season.

Calm down everyone. #MrRobot season_4.0 writers' room is officially open for business.

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With so much work yet to be done, there's no word on a release date or even a release window for Mr. Robot season four. That said, if you're hankering for more hacking action, the third season finale airs tonight on Foxtel here in Australia, courtesy of the Showcase channel. You can catch the episode live at 8:30pm either via traditional Foxtel or through the Internet with Foxtel's streaming service Foxtel Now. Better yet, you can take advantage of Foxtel Now's two-week free trial to watch season three's conclusion without spending a cent.

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