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Snowpiercer - Season 1


The series, a reboot of the film's continuity, follows the passengers of the Snowpiercer, a gigantic, perpetually moving train that circles the globe carrying the remnants of humanity seven years after the world becomes a frozen wasteland. The series questions class warfare, social injustice and the politics of survival. Jennifer Connelly and Daveed Diggs star alongside Mickey Sumner, Alison Wright, Iddo Goldberg, Susan Park, Katie McGuinness, Sam Otto, Sheila Vand, Mike O'Malley, Annalise Basso, Jaylin Fletcher, Lena Hall and Roberto Urbina. Steven Ogg, Rowan Blanchard and Sean Bean joined the main cast in the second season and both Chelsea Harris and Archie Panjabi joined the main cast in the third season.




Snowpiercer - Season 1


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While in development at TNT for over three years, the series faced numerous production issues and delays arising from creative differences between the series' producers and the network. The series remained in development hell until May 2019, when it was announced that the series would instead air on TNT's sister network TBS for a release in the second quarter of 2020 and that it had already been renewed for a second season. However, in September 2019, the decision to change networks was reversed.


Prior to studio shutdowns that occurred due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the United States, most of the second season's production was completed. The second season premiered on January 25, 2021. In January 2021, ahead of the second-season premiere, the series was renewed for a third season which premiered on January 24, 2022.[1][2] In July 2021, ahead of the third-season premiere, the series was renewed for a fourth season.[3] In June 2022, ahead of the fourth season premiere, it was announced that the fourth season would be its last, being intended to make it the final scripted original series to air on TNT before the production of original programming was ceased.[4] In January 2023, it was announced that the fourth season would not air on TNT at all and was in the process of moving elsewhere.[5]


Less than two weeks later, James Hawes joined the series in July as a co-executive producer and a director to oversee the reshoots for the pilot.[73] According to Manson, nearly nothing of the original pilot's footage was used outside of one special-effect scene, and this reshooting was the primary cause for the year-long delay in the show's premiere.[74] Later that month, Netflix picked up the international distribution rights to stream the series outside of the United States and China.[75] In May 2019, it was announced that the series would air on TBS instead of TNT for a spring 2020 release, and that a second season had already been ordered by the network.[76] That month, it was also announced that Huanxi Media Group had signed on to broadcast the first two seasons exclusively in China.[77] Manson will return as showrunner for the second season.[23][78] In September 2019, the decision to change networks was reversed, with the series once again set to air on TNT.[79] On January 19, 2021, ahead of the second-season premiere, TNT renewed the series for a third season.[1] On July 29, 2021, TNT renewed the series for a fourth season.[3] On March 28, 2022, it was announced that Paul Zbyszewski is taking over asthe showrunner and added as an executive producer for the fourth season.[80] Following the formation of new parent company Warner Bros. Discovery in April 2022, original scripted content development was cut at TNT and TBS[81] and in June, it was announced that the fourth season will be its final season.[4] On January 13, 2023, it was reported that the final season won't air on TNT, instead, it is being shopped alongside potential prequel and sequel.[5]


Casting for a number of recurring roles were also announced during the month of August, including Steven Ogg as Pike, Timothy V. Murphy as Commander Grey, Happy Anderson as Klimpt, Jonathan Lloyd Walker as Big John, and Aleks Paunovic as Bojan Boscovic.[22][31][30] The following month in September, Shaun Toub and Kerry O'Malley were added to the recurring cast as Terence and Lilah Folger, respectively.[33][32] In October 2018, Aaron Glenane was cast as The Last Australian alongside Fiona Vroom as Miss Gillies, both in recurring capacities.[29] In March 2019, Rowan Blanchard was cast as Alexandra for a guest role with the option of becoming a series regular should the series be renewed for a second season.[85] Blanchard's promotion to the main cast for the second season was confirmed with the series' renewal that May.[76] In June 2019, Ogg was also promoted to series regular status for the second season.[23] In October 2019, Chelsea Harris was announced in the recurring role of Sykes.[86] Later that month, it was also announced that Sean Bean would be a series regular for the second season.[24] In November, Tom Lipinski was added to the second season's recurring cast as Kevin.[87] In December 2019, Sakina Jaffrey and Damian Young joined the second season's recurring cast as Mrs. and Mr. Headwood, respectively.[88] On February 16, 2021, Archie Panjabi was cast as a new series regular for the third season.[28] On March 4, 2021, Chelsea Harris was promoted to as a series regular for the third season.[27]On March 28, 2022, Clark Gregg and Michael Aronov were cast in undisclosed capacities for the fourth season.[80]


The series debuted on TNT in the United States in the spring of 2020,[76][79] while Netflix began to air the series globally outside of the United States and China.[75] Huanxi Media Group is set to broadcast the first two seasons exclusively in China.[77]


The series had originally been planned to premiere on May 31, 2020,[100] yet was moved up to May 17, 2020 in early April. Brett Weitz, general manager for TNT, stated the earlier premiere was related to the COVID-19 pandemic in order to bring the series to viewers earlier.[101] On October 8, 2020, at New York Comic Con, TNT announced the second season was set to premiere on January 25, 2021.[102] The third season premiered on January 24, 2022.[2]


Review aggregator Rotten Tomatoes collected 82 critic reviews, identified 63% of them as positive, and reported an average rating of 6.5/10 for the first season. The website's critics consensus reads: "Snowpiercer takes a different route with its source material, crafting an ambitious sci-fi mystery with style to spare, but with little of the subversive bite of Bong Joon-ho's theatrical adaptation."[106] Metacritic assigned the first season a weighted average score of 55 out of 100, based on 25 critics, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[107]


For the second season, Rotten Tomatoes reported an approval rating of 88% based on 16 reviews, with an average rating of 7.1/10. The website's critics consensus states: "Snowpiercer's second season picks up the momentum by dropping narrative baggage without losing its critical reflections on society."[108] Metacritic gave the second season a weighted average score of 59 out of 100 based on 5 reviews, indicating "mixed or average reviews".[109]


In November 2016, the series was ordered to pilot along with backup scripts by TNT with Josh Friedman to serve as showrunner.[1] May 17, 2017, it was announced that Scott Derrickson would direct the pilot written by Friedman.[2] The pilot was picked up to series in January 2018, a year after it was picked up to pilot.[3] Graeme Manson was appointed to replace Friedman as showrunner the following month[4], after he exited the project due to "creative differences" with the network in January.[5] In May 2019, it was announced that the series would air on TBS instead of TNT for a Q2 2020 release, and that a second season had already been ordered by the network. In September 2019, the decision to change networks was reversed, with the series once again set to air on TNT.[6] On January 19, 2021, ahead of the second season premiere, TNT renewed the series for a third season.[7]


The site My Entertainment World, which logs the production information of television pilot episodes, has unveiled that the series will start filming in Mid-March of 2017, according to Omega Underground.[23] By September 25, pilot director Scott Derrickson indicated that production for the series had officially commenced.[24] Whilst the season was scheduled to debut May 31, 2020,[25] but TNT brought forward the release date to May 17, 2020, arising from the increase in consumer demand following the outbreak of COVID-19.[26]


The series debuted on TNT in the United States on May 17, 2020, while Netflix aired the series globally outside of the United States and China.[28] Huanxi Media Group is set to broadcast the first two seasons exclusively in China, after WarnerMedia handed the series a second season.[29]


We've spent half this season inhabiting the narrow corridors and closed-in spaces of the train cars and, despite the opulence of the Night Car and the Firsties window-privilege, the idea of having nothing but that to live in for a lifetime is beyond galling.


This first season of Snowpiercer has had a number of ups and downs but this episode was its best yet. Action, drama, and suspense all rolled into one to make for an exciting installment that brings together various plot points and sets up the two final episodes of the show.


This essentially sees the series take on two distinct halves. The first plays out as a slow-burn murder mystery as Layton questions people up and down the train. When the truth is revealed, those whispers of rebellion grow into a discontented roar. This crescendos into some great episodes late on that really ramp up the tension and reward your patience with some well-shot action set pieces. With the show already renewed for a second season, the final scenes also leave the door wide open with a teasing cliffhanger at the end.


Though it's taken quite a long time for TNT's Snowpiercer to get moving, the sci-fi drama series chugged along this summer to its ultimate Season 1 finale just this past weekend. Surprisingly, Snowpiercer brought its class warfare story to a revolutionary close with a two-part finale. And more surprising still, it was the penultimate episode "The Train Demanded Blood" that actually played out the final moments of the revolution, leaving the season finale "994 Cars Long" to act as a closing chapter and bridge to the Season 2 story to come. But you probably have some questions from both parts of that two-part resolution, and we're here to answer them and clear some things up. 041b061a72


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