Jack Bannon Pennyworth’s crime series is moving to HBO Max for season 3


Jack Bannon’s crime series Pennyworth has moved from Epix to HBO Max with the renewal of Season 3. Deadline has announced that the two-season crime series on Epix has been renewed for a third season and will go flat. -WarnerMedia digital form in 2022. Peacemaker Teaser: John Cena is an absolute scene thief as Caped Crusader in James Gunn’s HBO series Max (watch video).

The series revolves around the story of former British SAS (Special Air Service) soldier Alfred Pennyworth (Jack Bannon) who forms a security company and works with Bruce Wayne’s billionaire father, Thomas (Ben Aldridge) in the 1960s in London. The news broke at the DC FanDome event on Saturday comes after Deadline revealed that “Pennyworth” producer Warner Bros. TV, was in talks to bring the show to its streamer brother. The prequel to “Game of Thrones” “House of the Dragon” is due out in 2022; HBO Max unveils a trailer (watch the video).

He will join other DC titles such as “Titans”, “Doom Patrol” and “Peacemaker” with John Cena on HBO Max. Apparently, Epix will get a second window, depending on the deal. The third season of “Pennyworth” will also star Emma Paetz, Paloma Faith, Ryan Fletcher, Dorothy Atkinson, Ramon Tikaram, Harriet Slater and Simon Manyonda. This will continue with the five-year time jump, when the Civil War is over and a Cultural Revolution changes the world for better or worse, ushering in a new era of superheroes and villains. , according to Deadline.

The ten-part drama series from Warner Bros. Television is based on DC characters created by Bob Kane with Bill Finger. It is produced by Bruno Heller, Matthew Patnick, Danny Cannon and John Stephens. Pennyworth is produced in the UK at Warner Bros. Leavesden Studios.

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