'Mr Robot' Season 3 Air Date, Spoilers, News & Update: Elliot Reacts To Donald Trump's Win

By Gloven Ramos , Updated Nov 18, 2016 06:00 AM EST
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"Mr. Robot" season 3 will feature a scene where Elliot reacts to Donald Trump's win as the President of the United States. A photo of the script with the scene was leaked by the show's creator Sam Esmail.

Sam Esmail leaked the "Mr. Robot" season 3 script on Twitter that featured a scene between Elliot and his psychologist Krista. The picture of the script was posted on "We Got This Covered" that featured the lead character's reaction to Donald Trump as the president of the United States.

Donald Trump has been elected as President in the US, which means the science fiction TV series "Mr. Robot" needs to find another unbelievable background detail to let the viewers know they are in a dark timeline or in an alternate-reality version of actual events. It seems like the series might gear towards a storyline with Trump in it.

The real-world locations that make up the aesthetics of the "Mr. Robot" show and the Evil Corp's interiors, with their white textured ceilings, are fittingly taken inside a luxury hotel owned by a king. Creator Esmail himself has not yet confirmed whether or not Donald Trump's presidency will be a part of the "Mr. Robot" season 3. It's just convenient commentary for him on the election, but fans will soon discover when the third season is released.

It's been a long wait already and the director has made comments in the past about what he wants to do with the rest of the "Mr. Robot" series. Fans are ready to see what's in store for the next season.

Esmail previously announced that we will learn about Mobley and Trenton as well as Angela's motivations. However, there's still no premiere date set for the critically-acclaimed "Mr. Robot" series, but it is expected to be released in 2017. It looks like fans will be left waiting for quite some time.

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