Not everyone is on the train anymore. We’re ready to see what’s next for both groups in Snowpiercer Season 4. Here’s what we know about the season so far.
Snowpiercer Season 4 is going to see a major reset. Not everyone is on the train anymore. This isn’t about bringing equality for those on the train, but about restarting life on Earth. It’s sure to bring plenty of problems, and maybe even murder. The bad news is that this will be the final season. TNT’s whole scripted programming is disappearing, and Snowpiercer will end up being the last scripted show on the network.
There is still a wait for the new season. Here’s what we know about it so far, with updates to come as we get them.
Snowpiercer Season 4 premiere date We don’t yet know when the new season will premiere. Filming has finished, which means the series is now in the post-production process. This could mean a January 2023 premiere date, but we’re potentially looking at some point in the early spring instead.There are a couple of characters we’re not too sure about. One of those is Sean Bean as Mr. Wilford. The last we saw, he was placed in the small transport train with six months of suspension drugs so he could survive. Will he be allowed back on the train after six months, or will he be left out in the wilderness?
We’re also not sure about Annalise Basso as Lilah Jr. “LJ” Folger-Osweiller. At the end of the third season, she choked on her father’s glass eye. Is it possible someone has managed to find her and save her, or was that it for the narcissistic character?There isn’t a promo trailer out just yet. We’ll see this closer to the time of release. We’ll be sure to bring it as soon as it’s been released.This season will see two separate storylines. Melanie and her followers chose to remain on the train. Everyone knows that they only have a limited amount of time on the train, and there is no changing their mind. However, they want to ensure just a few years of survival, and there is always the chance of a miracle. Layton took his followers to New Eden. There was no guarantee that New Eden was there, and Big Alice did end up coming off the tracks. Fortunately, they found that the Earth really was melting, and life on land may be possible. Just how easy is it going to restart everything?