Warner Bros. TNT will not air the fourth season of the post-apocalyptic series Snowpiercer. The dystopian thriller’s fourth season will be its last, according to earlier reports. After Discovery and WarnerMedia, the parent company of TNT, merged, the decision to terminate the series was made. Fans were shocked to learn that the drama had been cancelled, especially given the conclusion of the third season and the popularity of the first three seasons, which earned favourable reviews from reviewers.
According to Deadline, TNT’s decision not to air the final season is a result of the tax deductions for the WBD programming. Deadline claims that Tomorrow Studios is negotiating to purchase the fourth season as well as potential prequels and sequels. The decision to not air Snowpiercer season four was difficult, a TNT representative said in an interview. The representative also said that TNT has been working with producers to find a good home for the series, one where fans can continue to enjoy what they loved about the show.
Everything to know about Snowpiercer
Seven years after the world transforms into a dystopian freezing wasteland, the hit post-apocalyptic thriller drama follows the lives of the passengers of a gigantic moving train known as the Snowpiercer as it circles the globe carrying the surviving members of humanity. The dystopian drama explores issues like social injustice, politics, class conflict, and survival. On May 17, 2020, Snowpiercer set out on its voyage following the success of the first movie of the same name. The drama is a remake of Bong Joon ho’s 2013 film Parasite, which was based on the same-named French graphic novel. The movie’s popularity, which debuted as the top new scripted drama on all of ad-supported TV in 2020, inspired TNT to create a television series.
Josh Friedman and Graeme Manson are the writers and producers of the film Snowpiercer, which stars Jennifer Connelly, Mickey Summer, Alison Wright, Mickey Sumner, Lena Hall, Susan Park, Kate McGuinness, Iddo Goldberg, Sam Otto, Sheila Vand, Mike O’Malley, Roberto Urbina, Annalise Basso, Steven Ogg, Rowan Blanchard, Jaylin Fletcher, Sean Bean, Chelsea Harris, and executive producing Season 4 are the film’s producers, Mike Lee, Jinnie Choi, Park Chan-wook, Lee Tae-hun, and Dooho Choi, as well as showrunner Paul Zbyszewski, Becky Clements of Tomorrow Studios, Christoph Schrewe, Marty Adelstein, Matthew O’Connor, Scott Derrickson, and Ben Rosenblatt.