When will 'The Titan Games' Season 3 return? Here's what to expect when the Dwayne Johnson show is back on NBC
There is no news of renewal yet by NBC, however, considering the staggering success the show has been, there is no reason why the network wouldn't greenlight another season
New contestants with nerves of steel, mentally and physically-draining tasks and some great hosting made 'The Titan Games' Season 2 a hit for NBC. So it comes as no surprise that 'The Titan Games' was Number 1 on the ratings. Dwayne Johnson announced this proudly on Instagram.
"Quite the win streak — thank you all so much for tuning in. @nbctitangames has been TV’s #1 show every Monday night this entire summer," he wrote. "This one's been a pleasure to produce and craft compelling storytelling around our athletes. Quality human beings who come from all walks of life to take a shot at greatness. Congratulations to our network partners at @NBC and everyone who’s given their time and talents to our show. We all share in this success, but still, much work to be done."
That said, here's a quick rundown of where the series is at the moment, what the world hopes to see, and a probable idea of when the much-anticipated series returns.
Where we left off?
The finale saw Dani Speegle and Matt Chan crowned as the Ultimate Champions, and the fun part is that they were both from the Central Region. Both of them have had a backstory too, as Matt, the fireman, had a leg surgery that almost rendered him incapable of walking. Dani's introduction on the show was that she had always been overcome by doubts, but wanted to turn things around and was determined to be her own rival.
What we'd like to see?
More of 'The Titan Games'. The show receives plenty of contestants who go through a high-intensity test to make it to the stage and hopefully, Season 3 adds more challenges to the mix and makes Mount Olympus even tougher an obstacle to overcome.
When will Season 3 release?
There is no news of renewal yet by NBC, however, considering the staggering success the show has been, there is no reason why the network wouldn't greenlight another season. According to TVseriesfinale, Season 2 of averaged a 0.73 rating in the 18-49 demographic and 3.78 million viewers. So a renewal shouldn't be a surprise. Even so, we might be in for a long wait as production across the world has slowly resumed after the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic. Our best bet: A mid-2021 release maybe.