Mr. Robot Season 4 News and Episode Guide

Mr. Robot Season 4 will be the USA Network show's last. Here is everything we know about it.

Hackers rejoice! USA Network‘s Mr. Robot Season 4 is here.

Sadly, Mr. Robot season 4 will be the show’s last. Show creator Sam Esmail confirmed once and for all that Mr. Robot Season 4 will be the final season. Oh well, to the nice farm upstate for retired dramas with you.

Mr. Robot has been a critical win for the network since the beginning. Stars Rami Malek and Christian Slater have received numerous award nominations, including an Emmy win for Malek for Best Actor in 2016. The series also stars Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin, Martin Wallström, Grace Gummer, Michael Cristofer, and BD Wong. Additionally, actor Bobby Cannavale received praise after joining in Season 3.

You can follow along with our Mr. Robot season 4 coverage below.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode Guide

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 1: Unauthorized

During the Christmas season, Elliott and Mr. Robot make their return; Darlene deals with real trouble; Tyrell is bored; Dom becomes paranoid.

air date: 10/6/19

Read our review of “Unauthorized” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 2: Payment Required

Elliot and darlene come together. Dom gets dark army vibes. Price has answers.

air date: 10/13/19

Read our review of “Payment Required” here.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 3: Forbidden

Whiterose has the feels. Elliot gets owned by his own hack; an old foe waits.

air date: 10/20/19

Read our review of “Forbidden” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 4: Not Found

Elliot, Mr. Robot, and Tyrell walk in a winter wonderland; Darlene meets a bad Santa; Dom is on the prowl.

air date: 10/27/19

Read our review of “Not Found” here.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 5: Method Not Allowed

Dom has no fun on Chrismas; Darlene and Elliot give a run-around; Krista plays hooky.

air date: 11/3/19

Read our review of “Method Not Allowed” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 6: Not Acceptable

Vera tells a tale; Darlene gets a Christmas surprise; Elliot goes rogue.

air date: 11/10/19

Read our review of “Not Acceptable” here.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 7: Proxy Authentication Required

Elliot feuds any data.

air date: 11/17/19

Read our review of “Proxy Authentication Required” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 8: Request Timeout

Janice wants all the details; Elliot is shaken.

air date: 11/24/19

Read our review of “Request Timeout” here.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 9: Conflict

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air date: 12/1/19

Read our review of “Conflict” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 10: Gone

Elliot deals with the fallout from Deus Group

air date: 12/8/19

Read our review of “Gone” here.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 11: Exit

Enough is enough. Elliot goes to the Washington Township Power Plant.

air date: 12/15/19

Read our review of “Exit” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Episode 12 and 13: Series Finale

air date: 12/22/19

Read our review of “Series Finale” here.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Release Date

The final season premiered on Sunday, October 6th at 10 p.m. on USA Network.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Cast

Ashlie Atkinson was recently announced for the cast of Mr. Robot Season 4, serving as the first new face for the final frame. She will play Janice, who’s officially described as “a chatty taxidermist with a peculiar sense of humor.” The Little Rock-born actress has been on quite the high-profile tear as of late, notably with a role in director Spike Lee’s BlacKkKlansman, recent Netflix film Juanita, along with TV runs on Syfy’s Happy! and CBS All Access’s One Dollar.

Mr. Robot Season 4 will see the return of all the regulars, including Rami Malek, Christian Slater, and Carly Chaikin. Less clear, however, is the fate of Bobby Cannavale’s character Irving. Mr. Robot creator Sam Esmail seems dedicated to bringing him back though, saying “if there’s any opportunity to work with him again, I’ll do that.”

There’s also the matter of Fernando Vera (Elliot Villar). You may remember him as the guy who Elliot helped get out of prison and who returned the favor by killing Elliot’s girlfriend. Well from the looks of season 3’s post-credits sequence, he’ll be back. Uh oh.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Trailer

Here are a few preview clips of the final season of Mr. Robot:

Here is the long-awaited full trailer for Mr. Robot Season 4.

Need a reminder of what went down during the first three Mr. Robot seasons? Allow Leon (Joey Bada$$) to explain.

The first teaser trailer for Mr. Robot‘s final season shows Rami Malek’s Elliot forced by an unseen character to answer a very tough question about his destructive actions across the series. It may not be much, but it’s certainly enough to renew our dormant appetites for the series.

Mr. Robot Season 4 Poster

The first image from Mr. Robot Season 4 has surfaced and it features a familiar face. Check out the image below:

Along with the image came a secret message urging fans to head to to learn more about the upcoming final season.

This follows the announcement that Mr. Robot Season 4 will, according to creator Sam Esmail, take place across the span of a single week in December of 2015, carrying the unifying theme of the Christmas holiday.

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The intriguing detail was dropped at a Tribeca Film Festival panel hosted by THR’s Scott Feinberg, where Esmail explained (via Deadline):

“Typically, how [British shows] wrap up series, like the British [version of The] Office, you tend to do a Christmas special. So, the final season of Mr. Robot is one very long Christmas special that will last about a week over Christmas of 2015.”

Esmail – who was joined in the panel by stars Rami Malek, Christian Slater and Carly Chaikin – spent much of the time discussing the show’s evolution, which, besides its own story developments, has been affected by external factors. The series, which launched back in June 2015, still takes place in the later part of that year. Indeed, after initially brandishing the tagline, “Our democracy has been hacked,” its proven prescience has rendered the series a period piece of sorts.

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Mr. Robot Season 4 Details

Rami Malek recently returned to the set of Mr. Robot, which is currently shooting its fourth-and-final frame. However, it’s hard not to acknowledge that Malek is showing up to the set of the cable series after having just won the highest prize that the industry can bestow an actor – a Best Lead Actor Oscar for his role as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody. As he shifts focus from Freddie back to Elliot Alderson, his tortured anarchist hacker-turned unwitting pawn for a global criminal cabal, Malek discusses his expectations for Mr. Robot Season 4 in an interview with EW, stating:

“I trust [creator Sam Esmail] implicitly, so if that is the way he thought he could close out this story line, then I’m with him.” He adds, “I can say this, it is a very impactful, emotional, and I think clearly well thought out way to end this story and this series. It’s remarkable. I’m in awe of the man and what he has done this season.”

As far as the atmosphere on the set as the series heads to its finish line, Malek explains:

“Christian [Slater] and Carly [Chaikin] and I were on set the other day almost making a pact to soak everything in as much as possible,” he shares. “Christian has always been a guy who has got me to really savor these momentous times in our lives, and this has been a major one for me and the most life-changing. So, it’s obviously bittersweet, but I’m just going to try and enjoy it for as long as I possibly can.“

Regarding the expectations of the viewers for the series ending, Rami Malek explained in an interview with Digital Spy last month, that the ending will be pretty wild.

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“[Christian Slater and I] both got a call from Sam Esmail and my mouth was agape after he told me how the season ended,” Malek said. “It’s going to be a very, very, climactic ending to what I think has been four great seasons of television.”

Joseph Baxter is a contributor for Den of Geek and Syfy Wire. You can find his work here. Follow him on Twitter @josbaxter.