This is it, the last leg of the journey for Snowpiercer.
Snowpiercer, the sci-fi train show on TNT, appears to have hit a wall and will be ending after the fourth season.
A TNT spokeswoman confirmed the show’s end in a statement to Deadline(opens in new tab), saying: The amazing multi-season run on TNT for Snowpiercer has come to an end. When it came to the creative team behind the project, it had some of the best in the business. Fans will always remember it as a beloved film that received high praise from critics, changed the post-apocalyptic genre forever, and will live on forever in their hearts and memories.
While Snowpiercer is currently accessible on TNT in the United States, it has also been picked up by Netflix in the United Kingdom.
Jacques Lob’s 1982 French graphic novel Le Transperceneige and Bong Joon-cult-classic ho’s 2013 film Snowpiercer form the basis of the Snowpiercer franchise. As the story continues to revolve on a train bringing the last of humanity across a post-apocalyptic freezing wasteland, it delves deeper into the experiences of many passengers who are divided into several social classes.
However, after a time spent focusing on Daveed Diggs’ Andre and the underprivileged “Tailies” and their fight against the affluent first class and Melanie (Jennifer Connelly), the story veered off in a new path.
With Sean Bean as a scene-chewing villain in season two, it really took off, but the events of season three left us with the sensation that it was running out of track. The season finale’s slight cliffhanger created some suspense, but it’s not shocking that the show is drawing to a close.
It’s unclear at this point if the show has been canceled or discontinued with mutual consent by the producers and network. Snowpiercer and Animal Kingdom are the only two original written shows on TNT following the merger of Discovery and WarnerMedia, therefore the show’s fate could be a result of that process.
Season four of Snowpiercer has not yet been announced, although it is expected to premiere in 2023. In the interim, you may binge Stranger Things Season 4 if you’re in the mood for some classic sci-fi action.