‘The Leftovers’ Final Season Confirms 2017 Premiere With New Cast
The vast prep work and decision-making going into a third and final season of HBO’s The Leftovers made a 2016 premiere doubtful, something the Damon Lindelof Rapture drama now confirms ahead of its Australia move. The series has also added a new mystery guest in Lindsay Duncan, but should we let the mystery be?
Per The Hollywood Reporter, The Leftovers Season 3 has officially wrapped the portion of its final run still set in the fictional Jarden, Texas, now due to pack up and move for an Australia shoot. Season 3 will bow at an unspecified date in 2017, newly joined by Birdman and Alice: Through the Looking Glass star Duncan, whose role and episode contract remain tragically under wraps.
Near of the entire Season 2 cast has been confirmed to return for the final year, though no word on who, or how anyone might end up in Australia beyond either Kevin Garvey (Justin Theroux) or his father, Kevin Sr. (newly-elevated series regular Scott Glenn). The series has also released its first photos from the final season, as Kevin starts to rock a resurrection beard.
We’ll learn further details on the road to Season 3, but what should we expect from The Leftovers’ final episodes?