‘Mr. Robot' Spoilers: Show's Creator Reveals Possible Ending To Series

Sep 20, 2016 09:47 AM EDT | Leian N.


As "Mr. Robot" airs in the US for its third season, series creator Sam Esmail hinted that there will be an interesting twist by the end of the two-part season two finale. Accordingly, Esmail revealed that he now knows when the series will end and it will be far longer than he anticipated.

Is The Series Ending Soon?

During a series event this week, the "Mr. Robot" creator revealed that he has a clearer idea on how the award-winning series will end. According to TV Series Finale, Esmail was not be anticipating a longer series for this one and because of the turnouts, it may run longer to four or five seasons.

Esmail also revealed that the "Mr. Robot" series was supposed to be a feature-length film only. However, due to recent events, he concluded that it would be tougher for him because he believes the conclusion of the series storyline would be open-ended.  

Spoiler Alert!

In other news, Bustle reported that by the "Mr. Robot" season two finale, the fans can expect an exciting sneak preview of what is to come for the series. In fact, the two-part season finale will have a post-finale credit scene that could show spoilers for "Mr. Robot" season three.

During an interview with The Watch, Esmail revealed that the audience will have a thrilling experience with the preview. Given that, the report suggested that it would be best if the audience set their DVR to 20 more minutes during the finale episodes.

Praises for the Series

As reported by Wired, "Mr. Robot" actor, Rami Malek, received an Emmy for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Elliot Alderson in the franchise.

"Mr. Robot" season three will release this coming 2017 but the season two finale credits will showcase spoilers for the next installment.

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