One of the most widely praised dramas to debut in the last few years is USA's Mr. Robot, a psychological thriller that loves to surprise its viewers with mind-bending twists. A favorite with both critics and audiences, Mr. Robot has so far earned 10 Emmy nominations, winning twice. One of those awards went to lead actor Rami Malek, who is set to play Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody, an upcoming biopic about the legendary Queen frontman. The other Emmy went to series composer Mac Quayle.
Premiering in summer 2015, Mr. Robot has so far aired two seasons, consisting of 22 total episodes. The highly anticipated season 3 premiere of Mr. Robot airs tomorrow night, October 11. For those who've yet to experience Mr. Robot, it should be noted that seasons 1 and 2 are available to stream in full on Amazon Prime. For those looking to tune in to the big premiere, there are a variety of ways available to do so. Without any further ado, here's how to watch Mr. Robot season 3.
In the United States: The most obvious way to watch Mr. Robot in the U.S. is to of course watch the show live on USA, or on-demand later on the USA app. That doesn't mean cord cutters are out of luck though, as there are several other avenues one can use to access USA online. DirectTV Now, Hulu Live, PlayStation Vue, and Youtube TV all offer USA as part of their standard internet-based TV packages, which range from $30-40 per month. Sling TV also offers USA as part of its $25 per month Sling Blue package. Additionally, those not looking to subscribe to a service can buy ongoing next-day access to season 3 episodes on either Amazon or Itunes for a one-time fee of $24.99.
In Canada: Mr. Robot airs live on Showcase in Canada. Online viewing options for Mr. Robot aren't as plentiful up north as down in the U.S., but Itunes does offer Canadian users the same one-time purchase option for the entirety of season 3.
In the United Kingdom: Mr. Robot actually doesn't air live on traditional TV across the pond. Instead, each new episode debuts in the U.K. via Amazon Prime, the day after it airs in the U.S. and Canada. Subscribing to Amazon Prime appears to be the only legal way for U.K. fans to watch season 3 week-to-week, as not even the Itunes option is available this time.
The next chapter in the complex story of genius hacker Elliott Alderson (Malek) begins tomorrow night, more than a year after season 2 ended. Will such a long wait be worth it? Will the titular villain (Christian Slater) - along with Whiterose's (B.D. Wong) Dark Army - finally achieve his ultimate goal? There's only one way to find out.