After winning the 2015 Golden Globe Award for Best Television Series (Drama), Mr. Robot is returning for an all-new season 2. The second season of Mr. Robot will take the gripping story ahead with some unexpected political twists added. The Mr. Robot season 2 will air on USA Network this summer and the shows main cast are already busy promoting it. Before that, watch Mr. Robot season 2 promo video at the end and see what Elliot (Rami Malek) is going to do this season.
The main cast of Mr. Robot recently attended a panel for their new season and answered questions on what to expect in the second season. Attending the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival were Mr. Robot cast, including actors Rami Malek, Carly Chaikin, and Christian Slater. Tribeca’s Instagram accounted posted a snippet of what went on when the Mr. Robot panel promoted their upcoming season.
The Mr. Robot season 2 promo video was published on April 16 and the gripping video, titled “We The Bold,” hints of an uncertain future in the “Mr. Robot” universe. In the promo, Elliot Anderson says, “there are no guarantees any more” and that “the future has never been less certain” while glimpses of American political history keep flashing. This is a sure clue that Mr. Robot season 2 will turn political, and the country’s “high powers” may get involved in it. The show may introduce characters from the White House and its departments.
As the clip ends with Elliot saying, “We have more power than they think,” this season may see the common people fighting against the governing people. As Mr. Robot is about a hacker taking down the systems of powerful people in powerful organizations and revealing their covert secrets, the show may set this season’s premise on revealing political secrets.
With an uncertain Mr. Robot season 2 premiere date at the moment, we are guessing the show may air mid-summer. So, there’s still time to watch Mr. Robot streaming online or on TV. But, be sure to watch Mr. Robot season 2 promo, “We The Bold,” and see how more enticing this show is going to be!
Video: Youtube/Mr. Robot