Travelers season 3 is returning as a Netflix exclusive, with the show moving from its previous home on Showtime. Eric McCormack, who portrays Grant MacLaren will direct the first episode of the third season.
The second season ended in a bit of a cliffhanger with the family members of the people inhabit by the travelers discovering that their loved ones have been replaced by people from the future.
When will Netflix release Travelers Season 3?
Filming for the third season of Travelers wrapped up earlier this year in July. The last two seasons were released in October but that premiere date has passed.
Last week, Eric McCormack teased the release date when responding to a fan on Twitter. The actor stated that there will be “News in a few days.”
How do you watch #Travelers? Binge the whole season in one sitting, or savour it slowly? With friends, or during your well-earned 'me' time?
And with a glass of red or white? 🍷😋 pic.twitter.com/EPgC1YVjQw
— Travelers (@TRVLRSseries) October 24, 2018
— Eric McCormack (@EricMcCormack) November 9, 2018
About a week later,
Netflix is yet to reveal the official release date but the third season is expected before the end of the year.
Update: Netflix announced December 14 as the premiere date for the third season.
Travelers, Season 3 is coming to Netflix, December 14th. Until then, maintain Protocol 5. pic.twitter.com/tmRl5BPA6a
— Travelers (@TRVLRSseries) November 13, 2018
What to expect in Travelers Season 3
Season 3 of Travelers will likely have 12 episodes as with previous seasons.
The main cast characters Marcy Warton, Carly Shannon, Trevor Holden, Philip Pearson and David Mailer are all set to return. Magda Apanowicz announced on Twitter that she has joined the cast for Season 3.
I feel so lucky when I get 2be apart of a show I NERD OUT about myself! Doing emotional backflips being able to say I’ll be in Season 3 of @TRVLRSseries Haven’t seen #Travelers ? Check it out on @netflix or @Netflix_CA Trippy concept of where we’re going as humanity! pic.twitter.com/PoCV8WK5Xj
— Magda Apanowicz (@MagdaEh) April 28, 2018
The series production is based in Vancouver with all-Canadian cast. Netflix will likely announce an official release date in the coming weeks. Meantime, you can catch up on Season 1 and 2 of Travelers on Netflix.