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Sci-Fi Horror Series ‘FROM’ Season 3 Gets New Filming Schedule, What to Expect? [Exclusive]

The third season of FROM was officially confirmed just four days after the Season 2 finale when it became the second-most viewed series in the history of MGM+

Bradley - Mon, 31 Jul 2023 21:39:53 +0100 6429 Views
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There is finally some good news for FROMily - the fans of the MGM+ sci-fi series, FROM. The third season which was supposed to begin filming in mid-July has got a new schedule after the actor's strike for a fair deal halted the progress.

FROM Season 3 is now expected to begin filming in November 2023 in Halifax, Nova Scotia, and will wrap up in April 2024. So, it seems Summer 2024 may bring the third Season to the fans eagerly waiting for it. However, this new production schedule is subject to the duration of the strike. If the studios are able to agree to the fair demand of the actors by the end of October, the filming will go ahead with this schedule otherwise we are likely to see another delay of 2-3 months before the filming can begin. The script for the third season is complete that is the reason, the filming can begin before the writers' strike ends. However, if the script needs any big modification, then filming could be halted. Let's hope the hard-working writers and the actors get a fair deal so that we can enjoy the third season in the near future.

Created by John Griffin and produced by Jack Bender and Jeff Pinkner, the series unravels the mystery of a nightmarish town that traps all those who enter. Jack Bender will return in Season 3 to also direct a few episodes. Escape will become a tantalizing and very real possibility in the aftermath of Season Two's epic cliffhanger, as the true nature of the town comes into focus, and the villagers go on offense against the numerous monsters surrounding them in the 10-episode third season which will premiere in 2024.

At the end of the second season, Tabitha makes it to the top of the lighthouse before a kid approaches and pushes her off. She is hurt and in a hospital bed when she finally wakes up. She inquires about her whereabouts with the doctor, who informs her that she is in St. Antony's Hospital after a couple of hikers found her in the woods three days ago. The credits roll as Tabitha glances out the Window and finds she is in a different place, leaving the audience to wait another year for an answer.

Fans are looking for many answers in Season 3 after the cliffhanger ending. First of all, if Tabitha is actually in the hospital in a different town, or if she is lying on the ground in the woods and dreaming after falling from the lighthouse? If Tabitha is indeed free, will she be able to find a way to get her family out of the mysterious town as well? Will Tabitha's family consider her dead or will they think she got out? Does Victor always know a way out and decided not to tell anyone or he was too scared to try so he didn't bother about it? There are many such questions and I hope we will get most of the answered next year.

The series is led by Harold Perrineau and stars an ensemble cast that includes 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. Joining the ensemble in Season Two were Nathan D. Simmons, Kaelen Ohm, Angela Moore, A.J. Simmons, and Deborah Grover. 

FROM is a co-production between EPIX Studios and MGM International Television Productions. Alongside Pinkner, Griffin, and Bender, serving as executive producers are Josh Appelbaum, André Nemec, Scott Rosenberg from Midnight Radio, Anthony and Joe Russo, and Mike Larocca from AGBO and Lindsay Dunn. Midnight Radio’s Adrienne Erickson serves as co-executive producer.



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