Good News! Released tv series Humans season 3 scheduled, premiere of the new series will be held – November 1, 2017.
In winter 2017, after a successful second season, the AMC leadership officially extended the show, “Humans” on Season 3.
(It should be mentioned that neither Channel 4 nor AMC have yet added their confirmation to the information concerning Humans season/series 03. We are waiting) … AT LAST WE HAVE IT. BOTH KUDOS AND AMC HAVE CONFIRMED S03 IN PRODUCTION.
The second season – or Humans 2.0 – will begin on Channel 4 on Sunday October 30 at 9pm. The series will also be eight episodes long. There are some hints about where the continuing story may take us. We are eager to begin.
“As unconfirmed reports of synths behaving inexplicably surface, the ripple effects of one simple yet seismic decision sees the past return dramatically and surprisingly to the door of the Hawkins house,” states Channel 4. “Joe, Laura and the entire family are faced with a difficult choice that will put the family under an intense spotlight.
In Berlin, Niska (Emily Berrington) continues her life as a fugitive where an unexpected romantic encounter leads her to make a decision which has great consequences.”
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We grew very fond of Odi. We hope he will be repaired and find a family of his own. ❤
Excerpts from Digital Spy article dated 09 May 2016.
Hidden in last month’s big casting announcement was confirmation that Will Tudor will be back on the Channel 4 show. That’ll come as a surprise to anyone who watched the first series, in which his Synth character Odi appeared to meet his end.
Humans writers Sam Vincent and Jonathan Brackley had previously told DS that they have plans to expand that world into a third series and beyond –
Humans will return to Channel 4 later in 2016.
Our favorite Synth-Cyborg group is coming to Amazon Prime. First season streaming in May. Have you figured out how and when Niska got the second flash drive? This is your chance to watch again, and solve the mystery. Excerpts from article follow:
Cathy Payne, Chief Executive of Endemol Shine International commented, “We are ecstatic that Humans has had such a wonderful response from the audience to-date. It is a brilliant production with a superb cast and we look forward to working with Amazon in the US to take it to an even wider audience”.
“Humans was one of this summer’s top new series and is exactly the type of smart, thought-provoking shows that Prime members love,” said Brad Beale, Vice President of Digital Video Content Acquisition for Amazon. “We are excited that Prime members will soon be able to experience the sci-fi drama at no additional charge.”
Filming for Season/Series 2 is underway now.
(photo credit: AMC studios)
This series follows New York cabbage farmer, Abraham Woodhull, who bands together with a group of childhood friends and forms The Culper Ring, an unlikely group of spies who help turn the tide in America’s fight for independence.
Turn: Washington Spies … a very interesting AMC tv series
All actors are excellent. Story is intriguing. Production values are high. It’s a pleasure visually, and some early American history is dramatized in an interesting way.
Right now Netflix is streaming both Seasons 01 and 02, on their website. This gives you a chance to catch up with the plots and characters before the third season/series is aired April 25th, which will be comprised of 10 episodes.
You can find profiles of some of the main characters in the Category: Turn: Washington’s Spies, listed in the sidebar Topics menu. Enjoy!
New episodes are scheduled to premiere on ITV on March 27, 2016.
Among the UK ITV offerings, Grantchester is a favorite. We very much enjoyed the first season and look forward to the second. The series is based on The Grantchester Mysteries books written by James Runcie. Grantchester was created by Daisy Coulam (EastEnders, Casualty) and executive produced by Diederick Santer (Jane Eyre, EastEnders).
The storyline of Grantchester is set in a 1950s Cambridgeshire village of Grantchester near Cambridge. The series follows local Anglican vicar Sidney Chambers (portrayed by James Norton; Happy Valley, Mr. Turner) and Detective Inspector Geordie Keating (portrayed by Robson Green; Strike Back, Mount Pleasant) as they as they investigate wrongdoing in their small community.
We found Grantchester last year on our Smart TV (PBS app). The first season had aired in the UK in October-November 2014. We may have to find other ways to view it this time, rather than wait for the usual delay imposed on American fans.