Snowpiercer Season 3 – TV Series

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Snowpiercer is an American post-apocalyptic dystopian thriller television series that premiered on TNT on May 17, 2020. It is based on both the 2013 film of the same name, directed by Bong Joon-ho and the 1982 French graphic novel Le Transperceneige by Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand and Jean-Marc Rochette, from which the film was adapted.

The series, a¬†reboot¬†of the film’s continuity, follows the passengers of the Snowpiercer, a gigantic, perpetually moving train that circles the globe carrying the remnants of humanity seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland. The series questions¬†class warfare,¬†social injustice¬†and the politics of survival.¬†Jennifer Connelly¬†and¬†Daveed Diggs¬†star alongside¬†Mickey Sumner,¬†Alison Wright,¬†Iddo Goldberg,¬†Susan Park, Katie McGuinness,¬†Sam Otto,¬†Sheila Vand,¬†Mike O’Malley,¬†Annalise Basso, Jaylin Fletcher,¬†Lena Hall¬†and Roberto Urbina.¬†Steven Ogg,¬†Rowan Blanchard¬†and¬†Sean Bean¬†joined the main cast in the second season and both¬†Chelsea Harris¬†and¬†Archie Panjabi¬†joined the main cast in the third season.

While in development at TNT for over three years, the series faced numerous production issues and delays arising from creative differences between the series’ producers and the network. The series remained in¬†development hell¬†until May 2019, when it was announced that the series would instead air on TNT’s sister network¬†TBS¬†for a release in the second quarter of 2020 and that it had already been renewed for a second season. However, in September 2019, the decision to change networks was reversed.

Prior to¬†studio shutdowns¬†that occurred due to the outbreak of the¬†COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, most of the second season’s production was completed. The second season premiered on January 25, 2021. In January 2021, ahead of the second-season premiere, the series was renewed for a third season which premiered on January 24, 2022. In July 2021, ahead of the third-season premiere, the series was renewed for a fourth season. In June 2022, ahead of the fourth season premiere, it was announced that the fourth season would be its last, being intended to make it the final scripted original series to air on TNT before the production of original programming was ceased.

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In November 2015,¬†Marty Adelstein’s Tomorrow Studios¬†optioned the rights¬†to develop a television series based on the 2013 film¬†Snowpiercer. The film had been adapted from the 1982 French graphic novel¬†Le Transperceneige¬†by¬†Jacques Lob, Benjamin Legrand, and¬†Jean-Marc Rochette. The film’s director¬†Bong Joon-ho¬†was attached as an¬†executive producer¬†alongside Adelstein and¬†Josh Friedman, with the latter also set to write. A year later in November 2016, the project was ordered to¬†pilot¬†along with backup scripts by¬†TNT¬†with Friedman to serve as¬†showrunner. In May 2017, it was announced that¬†Scott Derrickson¬†would direct the pilot written by Friedman. The pilot was picked up to series in January 2018. Later that month, Friedman was removed from the project by TNT due to “creative differences” with the network.¬†Graeme Manson¬†was appointed to replace Friedman as showrunner the following month. That June, Derrickson refused to return for reshoots on the pilot due to creative disputes with Manson, explaining via¬†Twitter:

“The 72-page¬†Snowpiercer¬†TV pilot script by [Josh Friedman] is the best I’ve ever read. The feature-length pilot I made from that script may be my best work. The new showrunner has a radically different vision for the show. I am forgoing my option to direct the extreme reshoots.”

Less than two weeks later,¬†James Hawes¬†joined the series in July as a co-executive producer and a director to oversee the reshoots for the pilot. According to Manson, nearly nothing of the original pilot’s footage was used outside of one special-effect scene, and this reshooting was the primary cause for the year-long delay in the show’s premiere. Later that month,¬†Netflix¬†picked up the international distribution rights to stream the series outside of the United States and China. In May 2019, it was announced that the series would air on¬†TBS¬†instead of TNT for a spring 2020 release, and that a second season had already been ordered by the network. That month, it was also announced that Huanxi Media Group had signed on to broadcast the first two seasons exclusively in China. Manson will return as showrunner for the second season. In September 2019, the decision to change networks was reversed, with the series once again set to air on TNT. On January 19, 2021, ahead of the second-season premiere, TNT renewed the series for a third season. On July 29, 2021, TNT renewed the series for a fourth season. On March 28, 2022, it was announced that¬†Paul Zbyszewski¬†is taking over as the showrunner and added as an executive producer for the fourth season. Following the formation of new parent company¬†Warner Bros. Discovery¬†in April 2022, original scripted content development was cut at TNT and TBS and in June, it was announced that the fourth season will be its final season.


  • Jennifer Connelly¬†as Melanie Cavill: The powerful Head of Hospitality (the department responsible for smooth relations) and the Voice of the Train (responsible for making the PA system’s daily announcements) aboard¬†Snowpiercer. Though many of her peers are dismissive of the lower-class passengers, Melanie is curiously fascinated by them as she came from humble beginnings, explaining much of her sympathies. To the majority of the train, Melanie is believed to be Mr. Wilford’s representative in relaying orders to the passengers and crew. It is later revealed Melanie has assumed his identity and is actually¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†Head Engineer, working tirelessly to keep it functional. Melanie has been facing the crushing burden of directing¬†Snowpiercer¬†on its global journey, managing mounting resource and class issues, having her authority and decisions challenged and maintaining Wilford’s iron order throughout the train to preserve the last of humanity. With few aware of her true identity, she is also desperate to maintain the myth of Wilford and keep her identity secret. Ultimately the secret is exposed, leading to a coup attempt by wealthy passengers from First Class, and a revolution by the Tail and Third Class sections with Melanie siding with Layton in the end. After the revolution, Melanie officially hands leadership of the train to Layton and resumes her duties as Head Engineer, but her plans to remain indefinitely in the engine room are threatened by the arrival of Mr. Wilford, and the surprise return of Melanie’s believed-dead daughter Alexandra. In the second season, Melanie departs¬†Snowpiercer¬†to find a place that humanity can recolonize. In the second season finale, Layton and Alex discover that Melanie had sacrificed the last of her power to protect her data before seemingly walking into the Freeze to die, having ensured that humanity would have a future. In season three, Melanie appears as a hallucination to both Alex and Wilford. It’s eventually discovered that she had actually survived by taking a track scaler from a nearby hanger and using the suspension drug to keep herself in hibernation. After being rescued, Melanie betrays Layton and seizes control of the Engine before agreeing to split the train with Melanie leading those who want to stay onboard¬†Snowpiercer.


  • Daveed Diggs¬†as Andre Layton: A former detective, is a quiet thinker who spends his days tending to his cage of rats in the Tail, and a dangerous rebel who helps coordinate and lead a revolution against the oppressive First Class to improve the harsh living conditions in the tail end of the train. As he is the world’s only surviving homicide detective, he is reluctantly deputized by Melanie as¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†Train Detective, to help solve a series of murders; involving him and those he cares about in a struggle that could upend life on the train. Layton uses his new position as train detective to investigate the killings, while gathering intelligence and support for the revolution, and uses what he learns to start a revolution by the Tail and Third Class sections. After a bloody conflict, Layton’s revolution succeeds and he is officially handed leadership of the train by Melanie. Originally planning to implement a new democratic government, his plans are threatened by the arrival of Mr. Wilford. While at times Layton and Melanie have been enemies, only by putting aside their differences and working together did they save¬†Snowpiercer¬†and overthrow the system. At the end of the second season, Layton creates his own pirate train out of the first ten cars of¬†Snowpiercer¬†in order to resist Wilford, taking with him several of his and Melanie’s most trusted loyalists. At the end of the third season, Layton takes¬†Big Alice¬†and a number of people to a habitable¬†valley¬†in the¬†Horn of Africa.


  • Mickey Sumner¬†as Bess Till: A thoughtful, empathetic, and savvy Brakeman who is part of the train’s security force, she is a former¬†Detroit PD¬†first-year rookie officer who witnessed the department’s self-destruction during the Freeze. She finds herself at the center of a series of murders that rocks the train’s uneasy status quo. She is in a serious romantic relationship with Jinju, and later upgrades to Second Class to be with her. Tormented by witnessing the injustices of the class system, she ultimately breaks from the Brakemen and decides to support Layton’s revolution, which cost her her relationship with Jinju. As a result, she becomes one of Layton’s most trusted friends and allies. In season 2, Layton promotes her to Train Detective and Till struggles with her actions and her place in the world now. She joins Layton’s pirate train at the end of the season. After the trains reconnect in season 3, Till resumes her role as Train Detective, investigating Pike’s attempts to assassinate Layton and forming a romantic relationship with Miss Audrey. After Big Alice separated from Snowpiercer to embark on its journey to New Eden, Bess became the new Lead Brakemen aboard Snowpiercer.


  • Alison Wright¬†as Ruth Wardell: Melanie’s deputy in Hospitality who helps look after First Class passengers, and oversees removal requests from the Tail, or delivering demands to them, activities she seems to feel are beneath her. Before the Freeze, she ran a¬†bed and breakfast¬†in¬†Kendal, and was personally recruited for¬†Snowpiercer¬†by Mr. Wilford when he was a guest. Initially a friend to Melanie, she feels betrayed due to the recent revelations of the secrets Melanie was hiding from her and the rest of the train. After the revolution, Ruth is now Head of Hospitality, and is initially thrilled by Mr. Wilford’s return, but begins to wonder whether Layton or Wilford is really the best thing for the train. When questioned by Layton, Ruth insists that her loyalty is to¬†Snowpiercer¬†and the passengers and Melanie believes that Ruth can be trusted as long as Layton remains honest with her. She subsequently acts as part of Layton’s leadership council with Miss Audrey, Roche and Bennett Knox but he continues to be reluctant to trust her. After seeing Wilford’s cruelty for herself, Ruth sides completely with Layton, but is inadvertently left behind with Wilford when Layton creates a separate pirate train. In season 3, becomes the leader of the resistance against Wilford on¬†Snowpiercer¬†in Layton’s absence before resuming her duties as the Head of Hospitality. She later chooses to join Layton in going to New Eden.


  • Lena Hall¬†as Miss Audrey: The lead madam of¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†Nightcar; a Third Class den of (mostly) platonic prostitution and spiritual healing, she is a cunning chanteuse who knows the darkest secrets of the train. She represents Third Class before the rest of the train and is very vocal about the cruelty of the social differences aboard Snowpiercer, and pursues opportunities to demand more social conscience in the train, including supporting Layton’s revolution. In season 2, she struggles with the return of Mr. Wilford and appears to be descending into alcoholism. She reveals to Layton that she was once an¬†escort¬†who served Wilford personally for years and has struggled to put her past behind her. In turn, Wilford is shown to have a genuine affection for her. Its revealed that the two have a¬†sadomasochistic¬†relationship with Miss Audrey being the dominant party. She later defects to Wilford’s side, helping him against¬†Snowpiercer. When Layton creates a separate pirate train, she is taken hostage by Layton’s crew in order to ensure Zarah’s safety. After the trains are reconnected, she is exiled to Third Class and banned from the Nightcar. Audrey eventually forms a romantic relationship with Bess Till who helps her to move past Wilford and begin helping people again.


  • Iddo Goldberg¬†as Bennett Knox: One of¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†engineers, who is inside the knowledge of Melanie’s impersonation of Mr. Wilford, he is one of¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†original designers, making him one of the few passengers who knows the deepest secrets of the train. He is fiercely loyal to Melanie, with whom he is romantically involved. When Mr. Wilford returns, he betrays Melanie as he believes that¬†Snowpiercer¬†won’t survive without the supplies onboard¬†Big Alice, but he otherwise remains loyal to¬†Snowpiercer¬†and Melanie, forging an alliance with Layton to protect the train together in Melanie’s absence. He subsequently acts as part of Layton’s leadership council with Miss Audrey, Roche and Ruth Wardell. It’s revealed that Bennett was in on the plot to steal the train in the first place unlike his best friend Javi. At the end of the second season, he joins Layton’s pirate train as one of Layton’s engineers. At the end of season three, Bennett chooses to remain on¬†Snowpiercer¬†with Melanie rather than going to New Eden.


  • Susan Park¬†as Jinju Seong (season 1):¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†agricultural officer who lives in Second Class, she is also the finest chef at the train’s finest restaurant, and a member of the train’s elite. She was in a serious romantic relationship with Bess, and is inside the knowledge of Melanie’s impersonation of Mr. Wilford. After the revolution, she and Bess break up over their differing opinions on the matter and she hasn’t been seen since, leaving her ultimate fate unknown.


  • Katie McGuinness as Josie Wellstead: A strong, no-nonsense Tailie, she cares for Miles and other children in the tail, and uses training from her time as a¬†veterinarian¬†before the Freeze to treat the sick or injured. She is Andre’s love interest after Zarah’s departure from the tail. She has been part of uprisings in the tail, and takes great risks on the behalf of her community. She is later thought to have been frozen to death, after trying to kill Melanie who tortured her. In the second season, it’s revealed that she actually survived, albeit severely injured. Receiving treatment from the Headwoods on¬†Big Alice, Josie develops a cold resistance that is similar to Icy Bob and receives a new prosthetic hand. She joins the crew of Layton’s pirate train at the end of the second season. In the third season, Josie has a brief fling with Bennett Knox before resuming her relationship with Layton with the support of Zarah.


  • Sam Otto¬†as John “Oz” Osweiller: A young Brakeman and Bess’ partner as a police-type figure of the train. He is more harsh and direct than Bess in dealing with passengers; however, his behavior could be from emotional trauma. He referenced being in pain from “everything”, which is his excuse for taking the street-drug Kronole.[17]¬†He was a British football player before the Freeze, raised by a single mother who was a prostitute and emotionally distant from him. In the revolution, Oz abandons his job with the Brakemen, and is now surviving in Third Class with LJ, both of them hated by the train’s passengers. Oz starts dating LJ and becomes the head of janitorial after Terence’s assassination. In season 3, he and LJ run the Night Car together instead and continue their relationship. In “The Last to Go,” the two get married. In “The Original Sinners,” Oz leaves LJ to join¬†Big Alice¬†and the colonizing of New Eden.


  • Sheila Vand¬†as Zarah Ferami: Andre’s ex-wife who, unable to adjust to the rigors of surviving in poverty on the train, left the Tail to become a bartender in the Nightcar, to the fury of other Tailies and Andre’s heartbreak. With Andre’s recruitment as Train Detective, she is now forced to confront her past.[18]¬†She is later revealed to be pregnant with Layton’s child, and after the revolution is trying to build a new life and a second chance with Andre. In the second season, she joins Hospitality in an effort to contribute and to bridge the gap between Layton and Ruth Wardell. When Layton creates a separate pirate train, Zarah decides to remain behind, feeling that she is safer there and that Wilford doesn’t dare to hurt her due to her pregnancy. In season three, it’s revealed that she gives birth to Liana Layton whom she allowed Wilford to experiment upon and give a cold immunity to. Zarah later encourages Layton and Josie to pursue a relationship, recognizing that she and Layton are better off as co-parents rather than a couple.


  • Roberto Urbina as Javier “Javi” de la Torre:[8][16]¬†One of¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†engineers, who is in the know about Melanie’s impersonation of Mr. Wilford, but he often questions the morality of Melanie’s decisions. He often helps with the driving of the train, and uses advanced algorithms and old hacked satellites remaining in Earth’s orbit to predict the environment surrounding¬†Snowpiercer¬†at all times. When the revolution happens, Javi sides with the Folgers at first, but eventually betrays them for their ruthless tactics and rescues Melanie. Following the revolution, he continues working with Bennett and Melanie in the Engine. During the effort to retrieve Melanie, Javi was mauled by Wilford’s dog, Jupiter. As revealed in season 3, he survived, but he was left scarred and enslaved to Wilford. Throughout the third season, Javi battles severe PTSD with the help of Sykes and he later joins Layton in going to New Eden.


  • Mike O’Malley¬†as Sam Roche:¬†Snowpiercer‘s¬†lead Brakeman who is a former police officer and Wilford’s security officer before the Freeze. As the train’s chief law enforcement officer, he tried to maintain the train’s order, but ended up respecting and allying with Layton, and ultimately decides to support Layton’s revolution. He and his wife, Anne, and one of his three children survived the Freeze. In season 2, he works with Layton and his former subordinate Bess Till to maintain order in the wake of Wilford’s return. He is one of Layton’s leadership council alongside Ruth Wardell, Miss Audrey and Bennett Knox following Melanie’s departure from the train. Near the end of season 2, he is placed in the Drawers on¬†Big Alice¬†along with his family. After Layton’s return in season 3, he is rescued by Till and Dr. Pelton, but they discover that Anne had died at some point during their time in the Drawers. Roche subsequently struggles to deal with his grief and anger over Anne’s death. Roche and his daughter choose to join the people going to New Eden at the end of the season.


  • Annalise Basso¬†as Lilah Jr. “LJ” Folger-Osweiller (season 1‚Äď3): The isolated teenage daughter of Lilah and Robert, she lives uptrain with her parents in First Class, surrounded by luxury. Appearing to be quiet and diligent, she is later revealed as a murderous psychopath and sadist, and the mastermind behind the serial murders on¬†Snowpiercer¬†committed by her bodyguard and boyfriend Erik Sotto. She is exposed by Layton, arrested and found guilty in a tribunal, but her acquittal on Melanie’s order makes her one of the most hated First Class train passengers. Following the death of both of her parents in the revolution, the orphaned and defenseless LJ is evicted from First Class by Pike, and is now surviving in Third Class with Oz, both of them hated by the train’s passengers. LJ reluctantly takes on a janitorial job and bonds with Alex Cavill. She eventually starts dating Oz. In season 3, she and Oz run the Night Car together and continue their relationship. In “The Last to Go,” the two get married. In “The Original Sinners,” after Oz leaves her for New Eden, LJ accidentally chokes to death on her father’s glass eye.


  • Jaylin Fletcher as Miles (season 1; recurring season 2‚Äďpresent): A Tailie child, whose parents and sister were left behind to die in the Freeze when their refugee group invaded the train, leaving him to be raised primarily by Andre and Josie – the rest of the Tail refer to him as “Miles and Miles” (implying no one is aware of his surname). Whip smart and talented, his brilliant intelligence wins him a coveted apprenticeship that allows him to move up the train to Second Class. He is later fast-track appointed an Engine Apprentice by Melanie. He plays a pivotal role in the revolution, revealing the truth about Melanie’s deception to LJ Folger and working with Bennett, Melanie and Layton to kill the Folgers and their army by detaching seven cars from the train. In season 2, Miles is revealed to be working on engineering life systems and dreams of being one of the first people to recolonize the planet. In season 3, he visits with Josie, is revealed to have continued his apprenticeship and suggests the solution for settling the dispute between Layton and Pike. When the trains separate, Miles remains with¬†Snowpiercer¬†to continue training as an Engineer with Melanie and Bennett, resuming working in the Engine with them in the absence of Javi. Gabriel Jacob-Cross plays Young Miles.


  • Steven Ogg¬†as Pike (seasons 2‚Äď3; recurring season 1): A Tailie, who was a career convict, serving time in¬†Cook County Jail for armed robbery at the time of the Freeze, but escaped.¬†He is respected as a hardened and battle-scarred leader in the Tail, and a warrior of his people, though he often acts as a renegade, out for whatever he can get and has shifting loyalties. In season 2, he starts an illicit trade between the two trains which Layton agrees to allow under his supervision. After assassinating Terence on Layton’s orders, Pike suffers something of a breakdown out of guilt. In season 3, he assists Ruth Wardell in running the resistance on¬†Snowpiercer¬†in Layton’s absence. After attempting to assassinate Layton, Pike is stabbed to death by him in a fight to the death in “Born to Bleed.” He subsequently reappears as a priest in Layton’s coma dream in “Ouroboros.”


  • Rowan Blanchard¬†as Alexandra “Alex” Cavill (season 2‚Äďpresent; guest season 1): Melanie’s daughter and¬†Big Alice‘s¬†Engineer, who was believed to have died in the Freeze when her mother was forced to leave her behind when¬†Snowpiercer¬†left Chicago seven years ago. In the season 1 finale, Alex returns aboard¬†Big Alice. She spent seven years on¬†Big Alice¬†as Wilford’s dedicated prot√©g√©e. Wilford had also manipulated her into hating Melanie, her mother, by convincing her that Melanie “stole” the train and left her behind. Upon their reunification, Alex and her mother slowly began to rekindle their relationship. Alex also starts becoming friendly with LJ Folger despite their differing loyalties. Alex eventually abandons Wilford and joins Layton’s pirate train. After reuniting with her mother in season 3, she decides to join Layton in going to New Eden rather than remaining on¬†Snowpiercer¬†with Melanie.


  • Sean Bean¬†as Joseph Wilford (season 2‚Äďpresent; uncredited season 1): An eccentric billionaire and genius inventor, Mr. Wilford is the powerful creator of¬†Snowpiercer, worshipped as a Messiah-like figure who used his company, Wilford Industries, to refit his luxury liner train, “Wilford’s Dreamliner” and its global railway into an ark,¬†Snowpiercer, to save a small population from the Freeze (though in truth Melanie performed the engineering work to do so, and he claimed the credit). Initially believed to be the mysterious and reclusive Head Engineer of the train and is solely represented by Melanie, it is later revealed Melanie has assumed his identity and is the true Engineer; Wilford was believed to have died during the Freeze, after Melanie abandoned him to die at boarding, believing the remnants of humanity would not survive under his rule. This revelation led to a coup attempt by wealthy passengers from First Class, and a revolution by the Tail and Third Class sections. In the season 1 finale, after the revolution, Wilford returns in control of a secondary supply train,¬†Big Alice, and docks with¬†Snowpiercer. With his new technology and a master plan, Wilford intends to resume command of both trains. His first name is revealed to be Joseph in “A Great Odyssey”. His (uncredited) voice is heard in a doctored recording in “Access Is Power”.


  • Chelsea Harris as Sykes (season 3;¬†recurring season 2): Mr. Wilford’s head of security aboard¬†Big Alice, Sykes keeps her secrets and is loyal to Wilford. At the end of the second season, Sykes is captured by Bennett Knox and remains a prisoner onboard Layton’s pirate train. In season 3, she has joined the crew, stating that she is doing her part as a¬†prisoner of war. However, her loyalty to Wilford appears to be wavering and she is left to roam free by Layton after he retakes¬†Snowpiercer. She later bonds with Javi over their mutual trauma from dealing with Wilford, revealing that her scars also come from an attack by Wilford’s dog Jupiter. When the trains separate, Sykes joins Layton in going to New Eden.


  • Archie Panjabi¬†as Asha (season 3) A survivor discovered by Layton in a nuclear power plant in¬†North Korea. In “Born to Bleed,” Asha tells Pike that she’s Indian and had lived in England. In “Setting Itself Right,” she sacrifices herself to save¬†Snowpiercer¬†from a cloud of toxic volcanic gas.


January 24, 2022

Snowpiercer Season 3 Download Files 

  • S01E01 – “The Tortoise and the Hare”
  • S01E02 – “The Last to Go”
  • S01E03 – “The First Blow”
  • S01E04 – “Bound by One Track”
  • S01E05 – “A New Life”
  • S01E06 – “Born to Bleed”
  • S01E07 – “Ouroboros”
  • S01E08 – “Setting Itself Right”
  • S01E09 – “A Beacon for Us All”
  • S01E10 – “The Original Sinners”

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