Back in 2018, the Sky Atlantic came up with the Historical fantasy drama series titled Britannia. The story is set in 43 AD and focused on the Roman Army come back to crush the Celtic heart of Britannia. The series is created by Jez Butterworth, Tom Butterworth, and James Richardson and it is produced by Rick McCallum. It features stars like David Morrissey, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, Kelly Reilly, Mackenzie Crook, and Barry Ward. The first season was also released by Amazon Prime Video but later drop the series for season 2. Then the second season released on 7 November 2019.
Now the die-hard fans of the series are wondering if they will get a third season of the historical fantasy series or not. So we have appeared with all the latest updates on the third season of the series:
The good news is Sky Atlantic has renewed the series with Epix for the third season. The renewal news appeared in January 2020 after Amazon Prime decided to not air the series. Britannia renewed for the new season because the series has high ratings and received love from the audiences very much.
The network Epix has also given the green light to Godfather of Harlem series for a season 2.
Reportedly, the historical series is in the early stage of development. Also, the production is not happening due to the coronavirus pandemic. Many networks has stopped production for ensuring the safety of cast and crew members. Sky Atlantic not shared the new production details for the third season.
So fans have to wait for the new episodes of the series for a long time. Sources are saying the second season of the fantasy series can release sometime in 2021. If Sky Atlantic and Epix officially announce anything we will notify you.
These stars can return for the new season: David Morrissey as Aulus Plautius, Fortunato Cerlino as Vespasian, Daniel Caltagirone as Brutus, Aaron Pierre as Antonius, Hugo Speer as Lucius, Nikolaj Lie Kaas as Divis / The Outcast
Stanley Weber as Lindon of the Gauls, etc. There are no plot details for the third season as it is kept secret.