Presto will air double episode to kick off season 2 of Mr. Robot

Alex Kidman 30 June 2016

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Presto will air new episodes of Mr. Robot in July, starting with a double-episode special.

Presto is arguably better known for its movie library than for TV shows, but that’s not to say that it doesn’t have its share of interesting TV content. Mr. Robot tells the story of Elliot Alderson, played by Rami Malek, young cyber-security engineer who gets involved with a group of underground cyberactivists. It melds themes of the online society with mental health issues and a hearty dose of cynicism, and its first season was very warmly received by its audience.

The second season, which will comprise twelve episodes, will air in full on Presto commencing on the same day as its US debut, with a double episode available to stream from 14 July 2016. New episodes will be made available on the same day as they air in the US. If you haven’t already watched Mr. Robot the entire first season is already available to watch on Presto already.

Presto’s July range is quite extensive, but it faces significant challenges from the content offerings of both Netflix Australia and Stan. Then again, recent research suggests that an expanding number of Australian households already subscribe to multiple streaming services to gain access to the widest possible library of programs.

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