Sam Esmail's USA series was addictive in its first season. In Season 4, it's become TV's biggest disappointment, says Paul MacInnes. "I hope very much that we get some closure on all this," he says. "That, after two seasons of bouncing around from one baffling situation to another violently traumatic one, Elliot will work through his issues and realise something about himself. That is the hero’s journey after all. At this moment in time, however, Mr. Robot seems just as likely to spend its final episodes chasing its tail, trying to tie up all the cryptocurrency and geopolitics and buying and selling of the Congo that it wilfully brought upon itself when it ran out of plot. If so I will shed one single cold tear as White Rose would, then move on." ALSO: Season 4 premiere twist, explained.