How to stream Mr. Robot right now


Catch up on Mr. Robot right now in two easy steps

There’s a few ways you can stream the first two seasons of Mr. Robot even if you don’t have cable.

I started watching Mr. Robot a few weeks back and caught up to the end of season two. It’s a great show. And I really don’t want to say too much about it if you haven’t seen it yet.

If you are among the uninitiated, let me give you a spoiler-proof teaser. Elliot Alderson is a hacker living in New York City, when he is drawn into a mystery group known as f-society. That’s all I really want to say because I honestly think if you don’t know much about the show, you’ll have a much better ride.

Avoiding all the media about Mr. Robot has been difficult in the last few days. At the 68th annual Emmy Awards on Sunday, Rami Malek won Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Alderson. The season finale came on earlier this week. I’m still a few episodes away from getting to it, despite a fair amount of bingeing.

Stream Mr. Robot on the cheap.

For season one, I recommend streaming it on Amazon Prime. Even if you didn’t want an Amazon Prime account, you could still catch season one of Mr. Robot. You could sign up for a 30-day free trial, binge watch all 10 episodes and dump it before you have to pay a dime.

Season two is currently available on-demand for PlayStation Vue subscribers. But remember, you need to own a Amazon Fire TV or an Amazon Fire Stick to utilize the on-demand features for PlayStation Vue. The PS Vue app for Roku doesn’t have it. A PS Vue subscriber with a Roku could also go to the USA Network website and use their PS Vue credentials to stream episodes online.

Few things are better in the realm of streaming than when you discover a great show with a couple of seasons already in the bag. I don’t know too many people – cable subscribers or otherwise – who aren’t watching most of their TV on demand.  If you start to watch Mr. Robot, let me know how you like it in the comments below. But don’t drop any spoilers in case someone else like you is reading this.

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