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Is Renewed For Season 5: Is There A Possibility? Release Date, Cast and Plot

Mr. Robot is considered to be one of the best shows of the Peak TV era. The show put Rami Malek on the map and garnered a lot of praise along its lifetime. The show created by Sam Esmail is touted to be one of the best shows and is a critical darling. The show is about a cybersecurity engineer Elliot Alderson. He is a hacker with social anxiety disorder and depression. He then is recruited by Mr. Robot to society, to delete all records of debts by encrypting data of E Corp, who is a client at where Elliot works. The show has won widespread acclaim, with multiple awards like the Golden Globe for Best Television Drama Series, various Emmy nominations, even nabbing the Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for Rami Malek.

The show was a huge success as it premiered itself, with USA Network renewing it for three seasons immediately. The show was loved from all quarters, and there was universal praise for the casts’ performance. And now that season four has also been released, what are the chances for Elliot Alderson to come back and grace our screens? Read on to find out.

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Will There Be A Season 5?

The fourth season of Mr. Robot premiered on October 6, 2019, on USA Network. The season had thirteen episodes. The show ended on December 22, 2019. So, where does that leave us about the possibility of season five?

We have some bad news on that front. There will not be a season five. While the show was unique and absolutely amazing, Sam Esmail has confirmed, on the day of the premiere of season four, that there would not be any more seasons of the show. He has confirmed that while everyone involved wanted more, it feels like this is the right place to end the season in.

The show, in its fourth season, exemplifies why it was one of the best shows on TV and how well they understand the modern society and what connects and divides us as human beings in this digital age. But sadly, all good things must come to an end; we have to bid goodbye to Mr. Robot also.