Mr. Robot Season 2 Trailer: Elliot Is Told, 'There's More Work to Be Done!'

Mr. Robot is back and as bossy as ever, as seen in the Season 2 trailer for USA Network’s breakout hit and acclaimed summertime drama.

In the first full trailer for the hacker drama’s sophomore run (premiering Wednesday, July 13 at 10/9c), Mr. Robot (played by Christian Slater) pesters Elliot (Rami Malek) about the days he went “missing” after the fsociety attack, then later warns his protegé/avatar, “There’s more work to be done,” that this unfolding revolution needs a leader. Darlene (Carly Chaikin)
meanwhile adamantly attests that fsociety must follow through on that which they started, and Angela (Portia Doubelday) seems over her head in confronting Evil Corp boss man Phillip Price.

You also get glimpses of Grace Gummer’s new character, promoted series regular Stephanie Corneliussen and… Obama?

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  1. B says:

    Can’t wait for the new season!

  2. Shaun says:

    Can’t wait!!

  3. Senff says:

    In Canada: “This content is currently unavailable”. Even trailers get region restrictions now?! FFS. Then again, with a network name like that, I shouldn’t be surprised.

  4. Joey Padron says:

    The trailer for new season looks really good and intense. Can’t wait to see season 2 this summer!

  5. lechatnoir says:

    This is one the finest shows of the past 2 years. I can’t wait to get my fix . Grace Gummer has very good connections in hollywood. She keep getting them roles . Nepotism , je deteste.