A few days back, season two of the psychological thriller series named Homecoming premiered on Amazon Prime Video. The new season also ends with a cliffhanger, and now the fans are thinking if the series will renew for a third season or not. So here are the things which you should know regarding Homecoming season 3:
Will We Get A Season 3 Of Homecoming?
Till now, Amazon didn’t share any plans for renewing the thriller series for a third season. But it will be very much soon for the studio because season two just arrived some days back. Usually, networks and steaming giants take two to three months for renewing the series based on good ratings and popularity of the season.
But we can expect another season because the newly released season is receiving a positive response from everyone, but we have to wait for the confirmation from Amazon.
When Can We Expect Homecoming Season 3 To Release?
If the thriller series renew for another season, then the production is not possible on that because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Amazon has halted the production on many projects for ensuring the safety of cast and crew.
So the fans maybe have to wait for another season for a longer period. As per the sources, it can release in 2023.
What Creators Talked About Homecoming Season 3?
During an interview with Digitalspy, creators Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg finally revealed some details for the possible third season of the Homecoming series. The creators said in a statement: ‘Each season, we’re opening out a circle and then there are completely new ways to go. So yeah, we have lots of plans for a third season.’
So we can assume that the third season will appear in the future as per the creators, but we have to wait for it.
Some Details About Homecoming Series
Homecoming tells the story of a company called Geist, and their unique program, the Homecoming Initiative. The two seasons of the series are inspired by a podcast named Homecoming.
Eli Horowitz and Micah Bloomberg are the showrunners of the series. It received appreciation from both audiences and critics for the performances of the cast, direction, and story.