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Just about six weeks before the season 3 premiere, we are getting our first glance at a season 3 promo poster and the first stills. See for yourself:
As a quick reminder, here is the season 3 binge-friendly airing schedule:
May 19, 2017
3×01 Mother (8 – 9pm ET)
3×02 Guardians (9 – 10pm ET)
3×03 Enemy (10 – 11pm ET)
3×04 Brothers (11pm – 12am ET)
May 20, 2017
3×05 Nurture (8 – 9pm ET)
3×06 Nature (9 – 10pm ET)
3×07 Causality (10 – 11pm ET)
May 21, 2017
3×08 Masks (8 – 9pm ET)
3×09 Thief (9 – 10pm ET)
3×10 Witness (10 – 11pm ET)
Quite surprisingly, even before season 3 has aired, it was announced today that 12 Monkeys will be getting a fourth (and last) season consisting of 10 episodes, according to Entertainment Weekly.
Another surprise is that Syfy has also radically changed the season 3 airing schedule.
EW can also reveal that the third season will debut on May 19 at 8 p.m. ET. […] Syfy will air the entire 10-episode season over three consecutive nights starting Friday, May 19 and concluding Sunday, May 21 — the first four episodes will premiere on Friday, with three episodes airing each night on both Saturday and Sunday from 8 p.m.-11 p.m. ET. [source]
Please read the Entertainment Weekly article for more details.
Wishing everyone a lovely Christmas time and all the best for 2017!
More new cast members are being added to the season 3 team. The Nerdist announced the addition of Hannah Waddingham (Septa “Shame Nun” Unella from Game of Thrones) and Faran Tahir (Captain Nemo from Once Upon a Time).
More can be read over at The Nerdist.
According to EW, Battlestar Galactica alumni James Callis will be joining the 12 Monkeys cast in season 3, playing a “highly anticipated and pivotal new character”, as per Terry Matalas.
More can be read over on the EW website.
Syfy announced last night that it has renewed 12 Monkeys for a 10-episode third season. More on this over at ew.com.
Tiffany Vogt has written a great article for seat42f.com that is well worth the read. So why don’t you all dive into the answers to the question why 12 MONKEYS is Syfy’s best show and why more women should be watching it.
Here are 12 compelling reasons why you should watch season 2 of 12 Monkeys when it starts airing next Monday.
Tune in on April 18 at 9/8c on Syfy and also live tweet with cast and crew (#12Monkeys hashtag) while the episode airs!
The 12monkeyss Tumblr is currently running a ’12 Days until 12 Monkeys Countdown Challenge’, where fans are encouraged to share their love for 12 Monkeys at a once-per-day posting schedule with a new theme every day.
The challenge started today with the idea to share your moment you fell in love with the show, and there’s already several posts up from fans who explain their special moment(s).
If you wish to follow the challenge and its entries, you can track the #12daysmc tag on Tumblr. More information about the posting schedule and the daily themes can be found here. Come and join us over on Tumblr!
With the season premiere less than two weeks ahead, the press for the show is ramping up, and here’s a few links that you might have missed that have a few interesting tidbits.
- Video interview with Amanda Schull and Todd Stashwick from NBC Universal Summer Press Day #1
- Video interview with Amanda Schull and Todd Stashwick from NBC Universal Summer Press Day #2
- Video interview with Emily Hampshire and Aaron Stanford from NBC Universal Summer Press Day
- TVgoodness.com Season 2 preview
- Hollywood Reporter article on Season 2
- Collider.com: 16 Things to Know about Season 2
- The Geekiary on the early Season 2 Premiere Release
- IGN article and cast interviews
Last but not least, anyone planning to go to the 12 Monkeys preview screening and panel event at the Paley Center for Media on April 14 in New York, this event has unfortunately been cancelled.