Renewed: From

Third season coming for series about a nightmarish town in middle America that traps all those who enter.

US sci-fi / horror From was recently renewed for a third season.

The series directed by Lost‘s Jack Bender. unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town in middle America that traps all those who enter.

The third season will consist of 10 episodes expected to premiere in 2024.

“The first two seasons of From captivated critics and terrified and engaged fans, who have formed a thriving online community that is trying to put the pieces together week by week as the secrets of the nightmarish town—and possibly beyond—are slowly revealed,” said Michael Wright, head of MGM+. “We can’t wait for fans to see the surprises ahead in Season Three, which promises more scares and mysteries, but also more answers.”

The series stars Harold Perrineau, Catalina Sandino Moreno, Eion Bailey, Hannah Cheramy, Simon Webster, Ricky He, Chloe Van Landschoot, Corteon Moore, Pegah Ghafoori, David Alpay, Elizabeth Saunders, Elizabeth Moy, Avery Konrad, and Scott McCord. Nathan D. Simmons, Kaelen Ohm, Angela Moore, A.J. Simmons, and Deborah Grover joined the show in Season 2.

From was created by John Griffin and is executive produced by Jack Bender Griffin and Jeff Pinkner as well as Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec and Scott Rosenberg for Midnight Radio, Anthony and Joe Russo and Mike Larocca for AGBO and Lindsay Dunn. Midnight Radio’s Adrienne Erickson serves as co-executive producer.

From screens in Australia on Stan.

Source: Variety

4 Responses

  1. I liked season 2 very much and i am a real horror fan and had no problem with the new characters,some are mean’t to be annoying that is the whole point.

  2. I must confess that after watching season one I am not a devotee of this show and now only occasionally watch episodes in between other viewing subjects. The plot made me think of The Cabin in the Woods in concept, and this type of generic ‘horror’ screenplay is obviously attractive for showrunners who are prospectively looking for a five to seven year run, in my opinion you would need to be a die hard horror enthusiast to stick with this show for that long.

  3. Season two was incredibly slow and boring, if it wasn’t a long winded conversation between two characters, it was a scene with hatable new characters like Marielle and the tool from bus. Anytime something interesting did happen they swiftly wrapped it up for more filler scenes.
    They better put in more effort into seasons three, and finally have the town folk work together to get out rather than hatch their own individual plans they keep secret from everyone else.
    We don’t need another Your Honor season two on our hands when you sit there thinking why the hell did they make this, and I why am I sitting here watching it, I’m giving up now.

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