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Forecasters say Dark Winds will return for season three

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Zahn McClarnon

Zahn McClarnon
Photo: Michael Moriatis (AMC)

Despite forecasts saying sunny days had been on the horizon, Dark Winds isn’t going anyplace. AMC has picked up the Navajo County neo-noir for one more season. The information comes roughly two weeks after the present’s second season concluded on September 3; nevertheless, the brand new season probably gained’t hit TV screens till early 2023, per Variety.

“We began this journey with very excessive hopes for this sequence, given the outstanding supply materials and extraordinary artistic group behind it, and it has delivered on each degree,” stated Dan McDermott, president of leisure and AMC Studios for AMC Networks. “From the beloved novels, to an extremely collaborative producing group that features Robert Redford, George R.R. Martin, showrunner John Wirth, and star Zahn McClarnon, to the whole solid and crew, there may be a lot storytelling but to come back on this universe. Thanks to the followers for embracing this sequence and the critics for celebrating and shining a light-weight on it.”

Obviously, we don’t have many causes to really feel optimistic in regards to the state of tv. With two historic strikes, one among which is about to cross 150 days and one other about to enter its third month, we’re most likely not going to have any new reveals coming into manufacturing for a while. But although we gained’t be getting extra Dark Winds for greater than a 12 months, we will take solace in figuring out that this authentic sequence, with a solid and crew that’s 90% Indigenous, is successful roughly 35 years after improvement on the present started. The Hollywood Reporter notes that the second season averaged 1.7 million viewers per episode, making it one of many prime 10 dramas on TV of the summer time.

For anybody seeking to compensate for the present, it’s presently accessible on Max till the top of October as a part of a “programming pop-up.”

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