Every year, thousands of TV shows are in danger of being cancelled. Some will stay on the air, but others will end. Which way will Beforeigners’s renew/cancel scales tip? Here’s everything you need to know about the third season of Beforeigners!
Beforeigners Season 3 Status?
HBO Max hasn’t picked up the show for a third season yet. But based on how the first two seasons were reviewed and rated, we hope that season 3 will get the go-ahead. No matter what happens, we’ll let you know what’s going on. Keep watching!
Beforeigners Season 3 Release Date
The show has not been picked up again yet. So, there’s no date for it to come out. But this doesn’t mean that the show is no longer going on. It’s possible that the show is taking a break, and the next season hasn’t been planned or announced yet. Who knows, maybe we can expect it by next year. When we have more information, we will add it to this post. Keep in touch with us!
Beforeigners Season 3 Cast
- Lars Haaland – Nicolai Cleve Broch
- Alfhildr Enginsdottir – Krista Kosonen
- Urd – Agusta Eva Erlendsdóttir. Ingrid,
- Lars’ daughter – Ylva Bjrkaas Thedin.
- Gregers – Kyrre Haugen Sydness, a Norwegian actress.
- Mikkel Bratt Silset, Madeleine Malling Breen, Odd-Magnus Williamson, Veslemy Mrkrid, and Morten Svartveit, who play Nabo, Madeleine, Jeppe, Othilia, and David, respectively, are also part of the cast.
- Ann Akin, Paul Kaye, Billy Postlethwaite, Jade Anouka, and Philip Rosch will also join the cast.
Beforeigners Season 3 Story
Beforeigners is the first Norwegian original series from HBO Nordic. It is about two people who mysteriously show up in Oslo. They are the first people from the past to come to the present looking for safety. After seven years, the community had changed. So far, there have been no new details about what will happen in Beforeigners season 3. The third season of the show hasn’t been picked up yet. And there have been no other possible changes.
Beforeigners Season 3 Trailer
Quick Facts about Beforeigners
In a sci-fi buddy cop sitcom, the show pairs an experienced detective with a Viking warrior who wants to show off. The Chicago Tribune’s Nina Metz gave an explanation. The show is set up like a crime drama, has a great dry sense of humour, and has an interesting premise: people from different eras are mixed together, and some adapt better than others.
It was also nominated for a Gullruten award at the Gullruten 2020 ceremony, which was a first for an HBO show. The award was for Best Drama Series. At the Norwegian Series Critics Awards in September 2020, the show and Krista Kosonen were both up for Best Drama and Best Actress in a Norwegian Series.