The series featuring Christian Convery’s baby deer returned to Netflix on April 27.
The story of lovable deer child Gus and his hybrid friends will come to a close with a third episode cycle. Netflix has renewed Sweet Tooth, who had returned with the second season just a few days ago – on April 27 – for a third season, which will also be the last. The renewal in record time is probably also due to fears related to the writers’ strike which will paralyze Hollywood in the coming months. Renewing a series quickly allows at least to shorten the times.
Sweet Tooth will return with a third season: The words of showrunner Jim Mickle
“In many ways, it’s exactly the story I imagined we’d tell and in many ways it just comes to life on its own,” said the creator, showrunner and executive producer. Jim Mickle via a press release:
“Early on, we set out to tell these pivotal pieces of Gus’ story and big comic book moments, but the beauty of the long-form storytelling and Gus’ 24-episode journey is that the characters themselves tell you what they want to be. crew and cast bring so much depth and perspective into who the characters are, where they’re from and where they’re going Season 3 is an arctic story with exciting new adventures and what we hope will be a satisfying conclusion to this epic tale Gus will see a side of the world and of humanity that he didn’t see in Season 1 or 2.
Sweet Tooth: Where were we
In the second season of the series, based on the DC Comics comic by Jeff Lemire, Gus (Christian Convery) and his handful of hybrid companions were held captive by General Abbot (Neil Sandilands) and his men. Abbot used the children for Doctor Aditya Singh’s experiments (Adeel Akhtar), who was trying to help save his wife, Rani (Aliza Vellani), a woman who had been infected with the so-called ‘affliction’. Meanwhile, Tommy Jepperd (Nonso Anozie) and Aimee Eden (Dania Ramirez) raced against time to save all the children before it was too late.
In view of the final season, there are already news in the cast: Rosalind Chao (who plays Zhang) e Amy Seimetz (Birdie) were promoted to regular while Cara Gee (The Expanse) and the rookie Ayazhan Dalabayeva they joined the cast.