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War Of The Worlds Season 3: What Do We Know So Far?

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A co-production from the Fox Networks Group and StudioCanal, with backing from Urban Myth Films, War of the Worlds is a futuristic sci-fi series that premiered in 2019. Epix has renewed War of the Worlds for Season 3 early. Here’s everything you need to know about Season 3 of ‘War of the Worlds.’

War of the Worlds Season 3 Renewal and Release Details:

The popularity of Starz’s show War of the Worlds, based on H.G. Wells’s novel and radio broadcast, continues to snowball with an early renewal for a third season, set to air next year.

Similarly, season 3 of War of the Worlds has been confirmed even ahead of a release date for the second season. However, all this is speculation until an official announcement has come from the network. War of the Worlds was renewed for a third season in July 2021. The third season is set to air in 2022.

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War of the Worlds Season 3: Everything You Need To Know

If War of the Worlds had not been renewed, the season two finale would have provided an earth-shattering conclusion to the story. In it, Professor Bill Ward used extra-terrestrial science to travel back in time before the “alien invasion” took place and made a single change that prevented this timeline from ever unfolding.

Thanks to Bill, the “war of the worlds” story is prevented from occurring, and billions are saved from extinction. The season will begin with a change to the timeline. People wake up in an alternate universe where everybody’s lives have been going as they would have the invasion never happened, and nobody is aware of what has changed.


Everybody remembers, of course. Bill recalls the last time we see him in season two: a newspaper headline about his arrest for the murder of Emily Gresham.

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The only thing that needed to be changed in the timeline was for Bill to murder Emily, one of the ancestors of the invading alien race. And so he did just that and pushed her off a tall building.

This leaves Professor Bill Ward in a fix for season 3. If the new timeline holds, then Gabriel Byrne’s character will have to explain in a courtroom that he murdered a blind teenage girl in order to help save humanity from an alien attack.

The fact that he was believed will have no bearing on whether or not he will be arrested. Keep in mind that season three of this sci-fi thriller could become a courtroom drama. If it does, Bill’s character must make serious changes if he wants to redeem himself as an important player again.


One of the more intriguing facets of Bill’s situation is that he didn’t come back to earth alone. Whoever else was on board when Bill traveled through, the time came too. In the new timeline, Isla died from a gunshot wound she had previously sustained in the old timeline. The most humanity-intolerant of aliens, Jokim and Adina, have taken over unopposed.

They were part of a team of six redshirt aliens in the new timeline. They failed to prevent Bill from killing Emily. With the future erased, Adina and Jokim have been left adrift. Along with this season’s many other changes from previous ones, Season 3 is in a new place and time to explore an unexplored war of humans, and these two may not be the only ones on board for that observed study.

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