The Netflix original police show, Criminal is all set to return to the streaming service for the third season. The same plot of the show is to be followed for season 3, which involves a team of police officers questioning suspects, each with a different story.
The show’s story compels viewers to doubt and question their own prejudices through the diverse stories of the suspects. The writing is remarkably different from regular crime dramas that have one crime scene in a whole series. What the creators of Criminal have done is take that crime scene and spin it into an entire show.
Criminal:UK Season 3 Release Date: When will it air?
The first two seasons of the show had several international versions, A new season of Criminal has yet to be announced by Netflix. Katherine Kelly, who portrays DI Natalie Hobbs on the show, has confirmed that “there is a plan to do more.”
If a third season is approved, the current COVID-19 pandemic may have an impact on production, as all big television and film studios have revised their schedules and production processes to combat the coronavirus’s spread.
Criminal, on the other hand, is “a highly COVID-friendly show,” according to Kelly, because it has a small cast, restricted locations, and no significant action sequence.
Seeing actors like Harrington, Nayyar, and Okonedo play different characters than they usually do is, in itself, an exciting experience for the fans to look forward to. Don’t miss Criminal Season 1 & Season 2 on Netflix.
Criminal Season 3 Plot Predictions And Spoilers: What will happen?
The upcoming season of the acclaimed crime drama is almost self-contained, however, DI Tony Myerscough has struggled to get the guts to ask his boss Natalie out on a date throughout two seasons.
Natalie finally got tired of waiting and took the initiative at the end of season two, inviting Tony to grab a drink at the pub. We are anticipating that the third season would presumably focus on their growing relationship as a counterpoint to the one-off police interrogations.
Kelly has hinted that the length of each new Criminal episode may continue to fluctuate in the future, so we’ll have to wait and see how many episodes we can expect from the next season. “It’s a one-of-a-kind show in many aspects, one of which is that… I know it’s called a season, but the first one had three episodes, and this one has four… We might come back and do just one, or six, or we could leave it for a few years and then come back to it.”
Criminal Season 3 Cast: Who will be in?
The filming of the first season took place around the world in different countries, while the second season is only shot in the UK. The first season of the thought-provoking show featured a vast cast of talented actors, including David Tennant and Hayley Atwell. The show’s guest stars provide fans with even more excitement and thrill as they get to see their favorite actors play intense characters.
The list of the cast for season 3 is even more exciting with the likes of Kunal Nayyar, Sharon Horgan, Sophie Okonedo, and the most hyped-up guest appearance of them all is of Kit Harington, who will be seen in a significant role for the first time since Game of Thrones.
Other than these stars, the show’s original cast is all set to return to their roles, including Mark Stanley, Rochenda Sandall, and Subham Saraf.
Criminal Storyline: What is it about?
Unlike the first season, where all of them took on separate criminals, this time around, they will be working as a team on each case. She says she is excited about her character and that the writers have put forward many more flavors to it as compared to last season. She also describes one of the scenes from the second episode, the one starring Kit Harrington, as “breath-taking.”
Criminal Season 3 Trailer: When can we watch it?
There is no trailer for a third season of Criminal at this time. The teaser for season two was released two weeks before those episodes aired on Netflix, so any future seasons will most likely follow a similar timeline.
Till then, watch the chilling Criminal Season 2 trailer here: