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This summer, USA premiered two brand new programs for audiences. One was Mr. Robot. The other, Complications, did fine at the network in terms of ratings and reviews, but didn’t manage to earn a second season at the network.
The finale for Mr. Robot was likewise going to be graphic and probing and today USA has decided to drop the drama due to a plotline that features similarities to the tragic killing of the reporter and photographer in Virginia. Here's what's happening.
On last night’s WWE Monday Night Raw, John Cena, the most marketed personality of the performance sport’s premiere stage proved that the damage done in the ring can be very real. Despite his nose being brutally smashed and left looking like a pug, the show must go on!
Mr. Robot has only aired a few short episodes, now, and while the show immediately had flair and a central storyline, some shows do peter out after their freshman seasons, especially if future seasons haven’t been wholly planned. Luckily, that doesn’t seem to be the case with Mr. Robot.
Suits just recently aired its fifth season premiere, and USA apparently got a good enough vibe that the network is signing on for yet another season of the hit law drama. On Wednesday, USA announced that Suits will officially be returning to the schedule for Season 6.
Mr. Robot hasn’t even officially premiered yet and USA is already extremely confident in the series. The network announced on Wednesday that its brand new drama—which officially hits the schedule tonight—has already been renewed for Season 2.
Anybody who watches medical dramas these days is no doubt accustomed to storylines getting over-the-top and non-realistic. Enter USA’s Complicatons, a hospital-based series that turns the drama up to 11 from the start.
The network took a more complex turn with recent series Dig and now plan to delve deep into the psyche of a hacker with Mr. Robot, a brand new drama starring Rami Malek and Christian Slater
With over $330 million earned at the box office so far, Clint Eastwood’s American Sniper has been one of the most successful films of recent months. And TV networks are currently obsessed with turning feature films into TV series. So, naturally, Shooter is moving forward.
A mysterious stone, a set of connecting tunnels hidden beneath Jerusalem and a cult hidden in broad daylight in the desert are all facets of Dig, USA’s thrilling new action series. The latest show from Heroes’ Tim Kring and Homeland’s Gideon Raff offers a unique setting and intricate storytelling—hallmarks of both men’s work.
A year after popping up in the CBS series Intelligence and five years after Lost ended its lengthy run, Josh Holloway is returning to television. He's also teaming up with Lost creator Carlton Cuse for his next big project. Everything's coming up Lost this week.
Eliza Coupe just can’t catch a break. The actress nabbed a role in USA’s Benched, which seems like good news, right? Unfortunately, today the network has decided to cancel Bench after just one season. Talk about ending too soon.
It’s always tough for fans when a show gets canceled, but it is worse when the fans aren’t totally expecting the cancelation. Such is the case with Covert Affairs, a USA series that wrapped up its fifth season in the middle of December with a cliffhanger episode.
Apparently, USA is ready to jump on that hacking bandwagon. This week, the network announced that it has signed on for a brand new hacking drama that will oddly be called Mr. Robot.
Get excited, UFO fans. It looks like we’re getting a television show about aliens! USA network has just picked up a project being developed by Gary Dauberman called The Terrestrial. It actually sounds fairly interesting and you can learn more after the jump!