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# 259895 29-Oct-2019 10:53
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Hey guys




Just wondering where Seasons 1, 2, and 3 are? I could only find Season 4 on the Lightbox app. 


Have you discontinued bringing Seasons 1, 2, and 3? 


If so which NZ service provider can we get those from? 


I really wanna watch those before starting Season 4. 




Many thanks

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Ultimate Geek

  # 2345778 29-Oct-2019 12:17
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Yeah Lightbox does seem to time limit TV series, look at others and you'll see only the latest ones are there. Guessing there is a cost to keep them all.


Is a shame though as it seems that, like you, people are less inclined to pick up a show when they can't watch it from the start.


I'm not aware of any other NZ service that has it. And yes I'd recommend trying to find it, season 1 in particular is awesome.

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Ultimate Geek

  # 2345788 29-Oct-2019 12:27
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Noticed that I had one more episode of season 3 to watch, didn’t notice any messages to say it was finished


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  # 2345803 29-Oct-2019 12:54
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Yeah incredibly disappointing that Lightbox hasn't just renew it for even a few months during the premier of Season 4 so that people can catch up to watch Season 4.


What's the point of having Season 4 for the people who haven't seen the series prior to that? 


I have searched everywhere and there are no way of streaming Seasons 1, 2, and 3 now. Netflix doesn't carry them. Amazon Prime doesn't have Mr. Robot for the NZ location. 


Anyone else know how I can watch this in NZ?

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Uber Geek

  # 2345879 29-Oct-2019 16:01
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Anyone else know how I can watch this in NZ?

Unfortunately I think the only way to watch those in NZ will be to get them from your Auntie on VHS <.<

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