The third season of The White Lotus' potential themes, concepts, and settings are discussed by Mike White.
The HBO social dramedy, which had been planned as a limited run, saw an increase in viewers and positive reviews for its second season.
The show reached a new milestone with the buzzy and exciting conclusion, which 4.1 million people watched on all of HBO's platforms.
The audience for the season 1 finale more than doubled as a result, capping off a very successful run of episodes that frequently had fans raving about the writing and acting in addition to wondering what would happen next.
It's not surprising that The White Lotus season 3 has already been confirmed given the strong viewership figures.
White did provide a little bit of a glimpse into what viewers may anticipate when the Emmy-winning dramedy returns, despite the fact that filming hasn't started and casting hasn't been revealed.
White said that the third episode would focus on "Eastern religion and spirituality" and might be set in Asia in a post-finale featurette for HBO.
“The first season we highlighted money and then the second season is sex and I think the third season, it would be maybe a kind of satirical and funny look at death in Eastern religion and spirituality — it feels like it could be a rich tapestry to do another round at White Lotus.”
The White Lotus season 2 will take place in Italy, but White has admitted that he thought about filming in Japan. In the upcoming season, he might go back to Japan.
He also discussed how his first presentation, which he modified to fit Sicily, placed a greater emphasis on power dynamics and compared his original concept to a gathering of politicians from Europe and North America.