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  • Mr. Robot's surprise release wins over viewers
  • Mr. Robot's surprise release wins over viewers
    Mr Robot (2016) ©

Mr. Robot's surprise release wins over viewers

“Changed the game with that digital drop,” says Beyoncé, whose surprise release of Lemonade took the world by storm earlier in 2016. The USA Network has taken a cue from Bey, short-circuiting anticipation for the second season of Mr. Robot with an impromptu premiere on Facebook Live.



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