“Mr. Robot” Season 2 has already concluded, but there are a lot of questions about the installment that fans are still asking.
After the end credits of the season’s final episode rolled, it was revealed that Trenton (Sunita Mani) and Mobley (Azhar Khan) were still alive. The scene also featured Leon (Joey Bada$$) asking the two for the time, prompting viewers to assume that he was sent by Whiterose (BD Wong) to catch the two members of fsociety.
Bada$$ appears to be hinting that the meeting was not planned at all and that he might not exactly be working for the Dark Army. In an interview with MTV, the rapper-actor said that while he has not been keeping up with the theories about the show, he knows that “a lot of people do think that he’s Dark Army.” Is he not?
Even though Bada$$ did not answer directly, he did tease that Season 3 will be good for his character. He also confirmed that Leon is a real person, contrary to some theories saying he might just be a figment of Elliot’s (Rami Malek) imagination.
The rapper is not the only cast member looking forward to the upcoming season, though. Stephanie Corneliussen, who plays Joanna Wellick, has also shared her hopes for her character in the next installment. Speaking to Ars Technica, the actress said she is still looking forward to a reunion between Joanna and her husband Tyrell (Martin Wallstrom).
Corneliussen also said that if she can have it her way, she would like for her character to cross paths and work with Angela (Portia Doubleday), who appeared to have started working with the Dark Army before the season ended, and Whiterose.
Meanwhile, series creator Sam Esmail has already teased what fans can expect in the upcoming installment. In an interview with Entertainment Weekly, Esmail said the third season will uncover where Angela’s true loyalty lies. It will also show how Dom (Grace Gummer) and Darlene’s (Carly Chaikin) relationship will transform after it was revealed that the FBI knows all about fsociety’s workings.
“Mr. Robot” Season 3 will air in 2017.