Mr. Robot makes a grand revelation as to what’s actually going on with Elliot, while Angela and fsociety continue to work from inside of E-Corp to take them down once and for all. If E-Corp does go down will it change anything, or will Zhang be there to pick up the pieces and profit off of them?
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Mr. Robot gives us a glimpse into what it would be like if it were a 90’s sitcom, while also exploring the aftermath of the attack on the FBI in China, and Elliot’s beat down by Ray’s thugs. Zhang seems to be the puppet master pulling all of the strings at this point, but what is he up to?
The Television Critics Association held their 32nd awards show this weekend, where The People V. OJ Simpson continued their awards success. They entered the event tied with Mr. Robot for the most nominations.
A lot of things come to a head for several of the characters in Mr. Robot tonight, setting up more intense confrontations to come in the future. With Elliot back in front of a computer, and Mr. Robot an accepted part of his life, will Elliot be able to finish off E-Corp once and for all, while still protecting his friends and family?
One of the interesting things they’ve been doing this season on Mr. Robot is to showing us flashbacks of the fsociety characters before the group came to power. We are being fed bits and pieces, small kernels of how it all began, in order to help us understand how these characters got themselves into this situation.
Mr. Robot is back in a big way with a double episode premiere that shows us the aftermath of fsociety’s big hack. After last season’s shocking revelation, things have changed drastically for everyone involved.
This year’s nominations included the usual appearances from House Of Cards, Game Of Thrones, and Modern Family as well as attention for newcomers like Mr. Robot, The Night Manager, and Master Of None.
You may have been distracted by the news coming out of Cannes, or all the fun concert feeds and late night comedy stars who’ve been making headlines all day, but some great TV trailers dropped today. Here are the ones from NBCUniversal!
Follows a young computer programmer who suffers from social anxiety disorder and forms connections through hacking. He’s recruited by a mysterious anarchist, who calls himself Mr. Robot. Season 2 premieres Wednesday, July 13th on USA.
The winners of the entertainment and children’s programming Peabody Awards were announced on Friday, and Netflix proved yet again that it has become a force to be reckoned with.
Micah Fowler has been cast in the ABC comedy pilot Speechless opposite Minnie Driver, while Bosch and
Lucas Till lands the role of MacGyver in CBS’s action pilot while ABC’s Shots Fired adds Helen Hunt, Richard Dreyfuss, and Stephen Moyer.
Gina Torres joins The Death Of Eva Sofia Valdez; Blair Underwood is tapped for Reese Witherspoon pilot; 24: Legacy builds up its cast and more in this week’s TV casting round-up!
The Screen Actors Guild held its 22nd annual ceremony on Saturday, honoring the best performances in film and television from 2015. See the complete list of the night’s big winners.
The Motion Picture Sound Editors, or MPSE, has released its list of nominees for the 63rd Golden Reel Awards, honoring excellence in sound editing. The nominees reflect a broad spectrum of media, including film, television, video games, documentaries and student work.
The Screen Actors Guild Award nominations were announced on Wednesday, with Trumbo, House of Cards and Mad Men making strong showings. The SAG Awards will be held on January 30th.
Logline: A seasoned FBI Cyber Squad Agent must collaborate with a notorious ex-hacker in order to stop a killer who uses technology to murder people.
A round-up of the week’s TV news!
Slater is set to topline the upcoming hacker drama series.
Chaikin and Portia Doubleday have been cast in the USA’s hacking drama pilot.
A recap of the week’s TV News!
A recap of the week’s TV news!
A recap of the week’s TV news!