Britannia Season 4 Release Date: Is It Happening?


Britannia Season 4 Release Date

Britannia is a historical fantasy drama series created by Jez Butterworth, Tom Butterworth, and James Richardson. Originally premiering on Sky Atlantic in the United Kingdom on January 18, 2018, and on Amazon Prime Video in the United States on January 26, 2018, this show was the first joint production between Sky and Amazon Prime Video.

On November 7, 2019, the second season of the show debuted. This third season will be co-produced by Sky and the U.S. premium network Epix, as was confirmed in June 2020. The first season would premiere on August 2, 2020, and the second season would premiere on October 4, 2020.

How about a release date for season four? What happens? Who, if any, from the original cast will be returning? If you want to learn more, keep reading.

Britannia Season 4 Release Date

While the entire third season is available on the streaming site NOW, Britannia is still airing weekly on Sky Atlantic, so an update is anticipated following the show’s 12th October 2021 finale.

A renewal announcement for Britannia is likely to come no later than November 2021, only a few short weeks after the season finale airs.

Despite its high production cost, Britannia is expected to return for a fourth season because it is a Sky Atlantic flagship show and has some of Britain’s biggest talents.

Since there has been an average delay of 18 months in the past between seasons, there may be some time to wait. Season three’s production was pushed back by six months because of the epidemic, but if COVID-19 limitations are lifted, the waiting period may be shorter this time around.

We’ll be generous and set the premiere for August 2022 at the earliest, though the show might very well end up ending later that year.

Mackenzie Crook said before the program was recommissioned for season three that there is plenty of history to cover if a fourth season is decided upon.

Britannia Season 4 Release Date

Britannia Season 4 Cast

David Morrissey’s legendary character Aulus is poised for a major season now that he has returned to Rome, so it’s safe to assume that he’ll be back as one of the show’s main stars.

Cait, the Chosen One, has moved suddenly to Rome with Aulus, and rising star Eleanor Worthington-Cox is anticipated to repeat her role.

Mackenzie Crook, who plays druid Veran on screen, will be returning in both on-screen and behind-the-scenes capacities after writing an episode of season 3 and directing two.

Annabel Scholey (Being Human) is expected to reprise her role as Amena, Nikolaj Lie Kaas (Angels & Demons) will return as Divis, Julian Rhind-Tutt (The Witcher) will reprise his role as Phelan, and Zo Wanamaker (My Family) will reprise her role as Queen Antonia.

Britannia Season 4 Plot

Season 3 of Britannia left viewers on a cliffhanger when it saw Cait in Rome, having been betrayed by her tutor (and presumably now Aulus’ wife).

With so many bombshells dropped in the last moments, the program will have a lot of explaining to do next season, possibly resulting in the most significant change to the show’s formula since its inception.

It appears that next season’s action will take place primarily in Rome, rather than in Britannia, which is historically true given that Aulus did actually return home to Rome after serving as British ruler for only a brief period of time.

Not much will be known about the plot of Season 4 until production begins, however, there have been rumors that Cait will introduce Christianity to the Roman Empire, find the Spear, and free Lokka.

Britannia Season 4 Trailer

There won’t be a trailer for a significant amount of time, but you can anticipate one in the time leading up to the premiere of season four.

Where to Watch Britannia Season 4?

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