Mr Robot will End Soon with Last Fourth Season

The fourth season of Mr. Robot will be the last creation of Sam Esmail will begin the production of the last set of chapters in winter in New York, and with that will close the final, one of the most relevant series of recent times for the US chain. The good news for his followers is that instead of eight chapters, as was planned to start, the season will have 12 episodes.

The announcement is unexpected since in December of last year the fourth season was presented as one more with those eight chapters, the lowest number until then, with the idea perhaps to split the farewell in two and prolong the goodbye.

However, it is possible that Esmail’s commitments with the Amazon chain, with whom he is working on a series starring Julia Roberts , have had to do with this anticipated ending.

In any case, Esmail was more than satisfied with what he achieved in a statement.”When I initially created the world of Mr. Robot , I thought it would be a niche television series with a small following base ,” he said. “Over the past three years, it has become much more.

I am continually honored by the recognition of the program and by the incredible cast and team that has worked tirelessly to help me bring my vision to life.”Starring Rami Malek, a computer security and pirate engineer who suffers from social anxiety disorder and depression .

The series has won a number of awards, including a Golden Globe for best drama series and two Emmys in 2016. It has also served to relaunch the career of an actor like Christian Slater, a star in the 90s without much weight in later years and who has now regained prominence.

Rick Jackson

After graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Rick got an internship at KYR and worked as a reporter, Rick is our community reporter & chief editor.

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Rick Jackson

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After graduating from the University of Alaska Fairbanks, Rick got an internship at KYR and worked as a reporter, Rick is our community reporter & chief editor.

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