Knightfall is a historical fiction drama TV series created by Don Handfield and Richard Rayner for the History channel. It premiered together with the second season coming out in March 2019, in December 2017. The storyline of the story follows the endeavours of the Knights Templar.
Although Season 1 itself did not enjoy too many evaluations, there was a much more sharp decrease in viewership for Season 2. This led to talk about if the series could be cancelled. Head down to get all the details on if Season 3 is currently occurring or not!
WILL THERE BE A SEASON 3 OF KNIGHTFALL?
In May 2020, it was announced that the series was cancelled. But it is too premature to think if the choice to genius the series of History will be final.
Chances are another network in where it left off in Season 2 may select the show-up. Nothing is set in stone. Stay tuned for further updates!
WHO WILL BE CAST?
In case a third season does happen. Eventually, the listing of cast members anticipated to return includes Tom Cullen as Landry, Simon Merrells as Tancrede, Ed Stoppard as King Philip, Tom Forbes as Prince Louise, Julian Ovenden as William De Nogaret, Sarah-Sofie Boussnina as Adelina and Pádraic Delaney as Gawain. We also expect to see Mark Hamill, who joined the cast as Talus in Season 2.
PLOT OF KNIGHTFALL SEASON 3
If Season 3 occurs, we expect the storyline to focus on the pursuit of Pope Clement mostly. Star Tom Cullen also seems to share this opinion as he once mentioned that he also expects Season 3’s plot to revolve around Pope Clement and how the Templars would want to take revenge as they feel betrayed by his own actions.
Ed Stoppard stated that if one wants to bet on the plot of Season 3, one may look in the library so many characters are based on people, and like the series, Knightfall is based on the history of the Templars.
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