Since TNT renewed Animal Kingdom Season 5 July 2019, lovers are becoming desperate to know what they can see following. The delay for the fifth period is sure during this critical time once the world is still badly fighting against the deadly coronavirus.
Expecting Animal Kingdom Season 5 May 2020 had a good reason. Anticipate Season 1, all other preceding seasons (second, third and fourth) were on May 30, 2017, May 29, 2018, and May 28, 2019, respectively.
The good thing is that the cast and crew had already been back at work for Animal Kingdom Season 5. Some episodes have been already filmed ahead of the worldwide lockdown in 2020. Therefore, fans are anticipating the fifth season within this year.
On December 12, the past year, Shawn Hatosy, who performs the role of Andrew aka Pope, revealed that he had wrapped up his work for the entire year. “Since this appears to be the last week of filming, do not take this to imply that Pope dies or something mad like this — he might not have had some work scheduled for the final scenes,” Cartermatt published.
Fans will be glad to know that Animal Kingdom Season 5 won’t mark the conclusion of the series. The beautiful news is that TNT has renewed the series for Season 6.
Unfortunately, the disappointing truth is that Animal Kingdom will end with Season 6. The announcement was made by TNT on January 14, 2021.
The imminent Animal Kingdom Season 5 will revolve around the Cody Family who’s related to the underworld activities that eventually become their day to day life with time. The upcoming episodes are expected to comprise Cody’s shedding their lives in a power struggle and maintaining their supremacy. It will see the celebrities such as Ellen Barkin, Finn Cole, Scott Speedman, Ben Robson, Shawn Hatosy, Jake Weary, etc.
Animal Kingdom Season 5 doesn’t have an official release date. But Season 6 has the renewal before Season 5’s launch. Stay tuned to Devdiscourse to get the latest updates on the TNT series.
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