Mr. Robot has turned out to be one of this year’s most anticipated TV series along with the likes of Game of Thrones since the show’s upcoming season 4 will be its last. Though the network is still yet to announce the premiere date for the final season of Mr. Robot, its filming start date has been unveiled.
A listings report coming off from Production Weekly has revealed that Mr. Robot season 4 will begin production on February 25 in New York. Filming is expected to wrap on July 30. It looks like the final season will be arriving sometime this year in fall.
Mr. Robot premiered back in 2015 and has gone on to become a cult favorite. The show has had an impressive run and has bagged two Golden Globes.
It was first announced back in August 2018 that Mr. Robot has been canceled and its upcoming season would be its last. But on the bright side, the episode count for season 4 was increased to 12 instead of eight episodes.
There are no details available yet on Mr. Robot’s final season. But actor Rami Malek who plays as the show’s lead Elliot Alderson hyped season 4 enough to leave his fans craving for it.
“My mouth was agape after he told me how the season ended. So, it’s going to be a very, very, climatic ending to what I think has been four great seasons of television,” said Malek to ET.
Malek also went on to add that the show will have a climactic ending but refrained from saying anything that would pose as a spoiler.
“So, it’s going to be a very, very, climactic ending to what I think has been four great seasons of television. This will be the fourth [season], and it’s just been an honour to work with Christian and Sam, and play this character,” he continued.
While Malek’s journey with playing this character comes to an end, his acting career won’t be slowing down due to the show’s cancellation. Malek has received the ‘Best Actor’ Oscar nomination for playing as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody.
Source: Production Weekly
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