Mr. Robot premiered on the USA Network in 2016 and has since captured a staunch global fan base.

Set in the seedy underbelly of New York, the taut thriller follows Elliot Alderson (Rami Malek), the brilliant yet unstable hacktivist riddled with with social anxiety, clinical depression and substance abuse issues, as he attempts to restore social balance from the grips of late capitalism – in collaboration with the mysterious anarchist Mr. Robot (Christian Slater).

Mr. Robot is now set for a fourth and final season. Here's everything we know so far about the start time, episodes, trailer, and where to catch up on the last seasons.

When is Mr.Robot Season 4 on?

The final season is to air in 2019, though an exact date has not been set yet.

Showrunner Sam Esmail, who is now directing Amazon Prime series Homecoming starring Julia Roberts, decided that the show has reached its logical conclusion and will not be continuing after Season 4, as noted in a USA Network statement.

Is there a Season 4 trailer for Mr. Robot?

Season 4 begins production in New York this winter so a trailer has not been released yet.

We will be updating this article as soon as one arrives – so keep your eyes peeled. In the meantime, here's the Season 3 trailer.

How many episodes does Season 4 of Mr Robot have?

Season 4 is to span twelve episodes, like Season , which is an increase from original plan of eight episodes.

How to watch the last seasons of Mr. Robot

Stream in the UK

Mr. Robot is available to stream on Amazon via Prime Video, where it's free for members. If you don't have a membership, you can sign up for a free 30-day trial for unlimited access.

Otherwise, non-members can buy one episode for £2.49/US$2.99 or an entire season for £11.99/$9.99. Watch Mr. Robot on Prime Video. Also see our round up of the best shows on Amazon Prime Video right now.

Mr. Robot is also available to buy and stream on iTunes and YouTube

Stream in the US

US visitors can watch Mr Robot on Prime Video or stream it from the US Network site or app. The app is available on iOS, Android, Apple TV, Roku, Xbox One S and Amazon Fire TV.

Other places to stream are Fandago Now, iTunes, Google PlayVudu, and YouTube.

See our round up of the best VPNs here if you're streaming from abroad.