Animal Kingdom season 6 will be the last for the Cody brothers as the TNT series comes to an end. TNT announced that season 6 would be the final season in January 2021, well ahead of the season 5 premiere that summer; it is one of several shows that will end in 2022. Fans have had plenty of time to prepare for the thrilling conclusion, but if the show has taught us anything, it’s to expect the unexpected.
Here’s everything you need to know about the sixth season of Animal Kingdom.
Animal Kingdom season 6 release date
Season 6 of Animal Kingdom premieres on TNT on June 19 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. New episodes will be available on the TNT app the following day. “1992” is the title of the season premiere episode.
If you need to catch up on previous seasons before the new season begins, you can do so on the TNT app as well as on Prime Video.
— Animal Kingdom (@AnimalKingdom) May 24, 2022
What Will Animal Kingdom Season 6 Be About?
Kingdom of the nimal Season 5 ended with the police (finally) discovering the body of Catherine Blackwell (Daniella Alonso), the wife of the now-deceased Baz (Smurf’s adopted son). Pope (Shawn Hatosy) murdered Cath in Season 1 on orders from Smurf, who suspected Cath of cooperating with the feds. Pope’s guilt over killing Cath has played a significant role in his story arc. However, now that both Baz and Smurf are gone, no one else is aware of the murder. As a result, the discovery is bound to spark new drama and danger. Given that the Codys are Oceanside’s most wanted criminal family, the cops will almost certainly try to use Cath’s murder as a piece of the puzzle to bring them all down.
There’s also the question of naming a ruler for the “kingdom.” J and Deran have struggled with co-leading the family and their criminal escapades since Smurf’s death, as Craig relapsed into drug addiction while struggling to provide for Renn (Christina Ochoa) and their infant son. Pam (Charlayne Woodard), Smurf’s old friend, also appeared in Season 5 with a legal claim to Smurf’s estate, much to the boys’ chagrin. With that storyline feeling a little underwhelming, it’s possible Pam and her family will return in Season 6, either in the present timeline or in flashback.
— Animal Kingdom (@AnimalKingdom) October 4, 2021
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Animal Kingdom Season 6 Cast
There has been no confirmation of the addition of new cast members for Animal Kingdom Season 6, but it is speculated that new cast members, along with original cast members, may be added in the new season. Unfortunately, Ellen Barkin’s character Janine Smurf is no longer alive, and she may not appear in season 6. She may, however, make an appearance in flashbacks.
The rest of the Animal Kingdom cast is as follows:
- The rest of the cast for the Animal Kingdom is:
- Shawn Hatosy as Andrew Cody or Pope
- Jake Weary as Deran Cody
- Ben Robson as Craig Cody
- Christina Ochoa as Renn Randall
- Finn Cole as Joshua Cody or J
- Dichen Lachman as Frankie
- Leila George as Janine
- Rigo Sanchez as Manny
- Jon Beavers as Jake
- Scott Speedman as Barry
- Reynaldo Gallegos as Pete Trujillo
- Sohi Rodriguez as Mia Benitez
Animal Kingdom season 6 trailer
The trailer for Animal Kingdom season 6 is enough to get your heart racing ahead of the season premiere on June 19.
How to watch Animal Kingdom season 6
TNT original series Animal Kingdom airs on TNT and the TNT app. TNT is typically included as part of most cable subscription packages. If you’ve cut the cord, there are numerous ways to stay connected. TNT is available on Roku, FuboTV, Sling TV, YouTube TV, Apple TV, Fire TV, Android TV, XBOX, and Chromecast, among other platforms.
Only the first three seasons of Animal Kingdom are available on Prime Video in the United Kingdom.