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Your first look at Mr. Robot Season 3 has arrived — and the brilliant two and half minute teaser is paced to Leonard Cohen’s spoken word piece “Democracy.” And not only do we have a premiere date for the upcoming season of USA’s Emmy-winning cyber thriller — but we also get our first glimpse at a new character (Bobby Cannavale’s Irving) who is bound to play a huge part in the labyrinth plot.

Keeping with the hacktivist theme of the series, the Mr. Robot social media accounts have been releasing coded messages ahead of the season premiere and in classic Mr. Robot fashion, this trailer wasn’t so much revealed as it was found. Over the course of one hour, the show’s Twitter account began revealing clues that pointed to a private URL where fans were able to watch the yet to be released teaser in its entirety.

Since the conclusion of Season Two, the series has released an expansion book titled Red Wheelbarrow featuring journal entries written by the main character Elliot Alderson.

From Universal Cable Productions, Mr. Robot stars Emmy Award winner and Golden Globe nominee Malek, Golden Globe Award winner Slater, Portia Doubleday, Carly Chaikin, Martin Wallström, Grace Gummer, Michael Cristofer, Bobby Cannavale, Stephanie Corneliussen and BD Wong. The series hails from writer and executive producer Sam Esmail as well as Anonymous Content executive producers Steve Golin and Chad Hamilton.

Season 3 will premiere on Wednesday, October 11 at 10 p.m./9c.

 

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