The drama is moving from Epix to HBO Max.
October 16, 2021
HBO Max announced today that Pennyworth has been picked up for a third season. The renewal will see the drama move from its original home on cable network Epix, where it last aired its sophomore run earlier this year. Going forward, the show will now compliment the HBO-owned streaming service's existing lineup of DC-related fare.
Taking place in 1960s London, the series follows former British SAS soldier Alfred Pennyworth, who forms a security company with billionaire Thomas Wayne. It is these roots that lay the groundwork for Alfred to eventually serve as the loyal butler of a young Bruce Wayne, and to later work alongside him when he grows up to become the superhero known as Batman.
Look for Season 3 of Pennyworth in 2022.
01/18/22 at 03:25pm
i lost interest in it when Martha gave birth to a girl by doing so they f****ed up one of worlds iconic stories.
11/04/21 at 06:10am
You're missing the point Pat; in 1950's Fascism was actually a bigger problem than Communism as it wasn't seen as an obvious issue McCarthyism anyone? Secondly, it ties into the current Fascist extreme right upsurge in the world today (Le Pen, Trump etc.). Lastly, you do realise this is an alternate reality where Batman is real? It's not supposed to be historically accurate, quite the opposite!
10/24/21 at 04:31pm
.. guess I just couldn't trod through all the over-the-top melodrama to get to anything actually worth watching... I watched 2 or 3 episodes when it started.... 50 minutes of YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWWWWWWWWWWWWWNNNNN... then 10 minutes of something actually happening. I gave up years ago.
10/20/21 at 10:09am
I hope with it moving to HBOMAX, the 2 previous seasons will be on there so I can catch up on it. I watched a few when Epix was on free and would like to watch the rest before the beginning of a third season.
10/16/21 at 06:02pm
I hope it gets out of the alt reality fascist UK stuff. Communism is much more interesting post war problem than that. It seemed unstoppable in 1950 but it's own fAults brought much of it down eventually.