Ever wondered what would it be like to be a Knight of the medieval age under the king’s rule? The period of antiquity, the epoch, where an honorable death in the service of Christ and one’s motherland is the greatest reward. Knightfall describes the triumph, collapse, oppression, and abolition of the Knights Templar. Under the rule of King Philip IV of France 1307, these “Poor Fellow-Soldiers of Christ” and the Temple of Solomon, also recognized as the Order of Solomon’s Temple, laid down their life for the protection of the realm.
The show gained its popularity owing to its cast – Mark Hamill, notably one of them. With two successful seasons in the bag, Knightfall is looking forward to making a comeback with season 3 and here is all you need to know about it!
Official Release Date and Trailer
There has been no official news as of yet, and just a handful of fan-made trailers based on the interviews and social media updates of the cast.
Even Mark Hamill or Tom Cullen have not uploaded anything on their respective social media pages.
The latest update came out on March 2020, and as of yet, Knightfall does not stand canceled!
Mark Hamill might come back with his iconic role, suits him brilliantly. Word around the show town is that a lot of stars will be reprising their roles, other than the heroes who perished honorably or for dramatic purposes. Season 2 saw a cascade of variables thrown into the mix, if you couldn’t keep up with it, don’t worry, we are here to help you recollect. We saw a young line of initiates applying to pledge their loyalty as Templar Knights in Knightfall. Other actors including Tom Cullen, Tom Forges, Simon Merrels, Julian Ovenden, Jim Carter, Ed Stoppard will also eventually reprise their roles.
What Is The Plot This Time Around?
After the last season of Knightfall, we can be certain of a few things that might be served to us by the showrunners in season 3. The extraordinary grandeur of the show will maintain its class simply because of the mythological aspect and its appropriate description by the cast.
Pope Clement looks like one of the favorable plot angles the directors can build on. Nevertheless, our focus would stick where the real action is, like any medieval-fantasy-fiction series, the action is always with the army.
Despite any official news, expect swords clanging, blood sweat and tears oozing, with a tinge of revenge and redemption.