Mr. Robot

  • 68th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards on Twitter, Facebook

    …. Game of Thrones wins best drama. Veep wins best comedy. Sarah Paulson wins best actress in a limited series. The five most-tweeted-about stars were: Maslany Paulson Malek Kate McKinnon Julia Louis-Dreyfus And the five most-tweeted-about TV shows during Sunday night’s Emmy Awards were: Game of Thrones Orphan Black Mr. Robot The People v. O.J…

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  • Tumblr Debuts New Mobile Explore Tab

    … Horror Story, NYFW, Blindspot, Undertale, South Park, Mr. Robot, GBBO, Champions League, BB18 and Moana. Ability to “Follow” Trending Topics: Top content for that topic will become part of your regular content stream. Tumblr users: What are your initial thoughts on the new mobile Explore tab? …

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  • Mobile Game Roundup: Shadowverse, Pixel Crazy and More

    … Are you looking for a new mobile game to play this weekend? If so, there are lots of new games available for you to try, including Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltratiOn from Telltale Games. The game is based on the Mr. Robot television series, and it allows users to interact with characters through a fictional messaging app. Next, Disney launched…

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  • Telltale Games Launches Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltratiOn on Mobile

    … Telltale Games, in association with NBCUniversal Brand Development, launched Mr. Robot: 1.51exfiltratiOn on iOS and Android. Developed by Night School Studio in collaboration with Universal Cable Productions, the game is based on the Mr. Robot television series, which follows the fsociety, a group of hackers on a quest to destroy E Corp…

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  • Sunday-Night Social Surprise for Fans of USA Network’s Mr. Robot

    …, something you’ve never seen before. And Julia Alexander of Polygon reported that USA tweeted Sunday night that fans of Mr. Robot could watch the chunk of the second-season premiere episode on Twitter at 8:30 p.m. ET, on Snapchat at 8:45 and on YouTube at 9, as well as on USA’s website. All of the videos were removed shortly after airing, although Alexander pointed out that they are available online via other accounts. Readers: What are your thoughts on USA Network’s marketing stunt for season two of Mr. Robot? …

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