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Doom Patrol Season 3: Release Date, Cast And More

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Doom Patrol Season 3 is coming! It’s been a long wait for fans of this superhero show, but the new season will be on HBO soon enough. While it may seem like nothing has been revealed about the third season yet, there are still some details we know about who will star and what to expect from the story. Here’s everything you need to know before Doom Patrol Season 3 comes out!

Doom Patrol Season 3 Release Date Details:

Doom Patrol season 3 will release episodes on September 23, 2021, and continue to release weekly until November 11, with each episode launching every Thursday. The first two seasons of the show are available on HBO Max.

Doom Patrol Season 3 Trailer Reveals HBO Max Release Date for DC Show

Source: Collider.com

Doom Patrol Season 3 Cast Details:

  • Robotman/Cliff Steele by Brendan Fraser
  • Negative Man/Larry Trainor by Matt Bomer
  • Elasti-Woman/Rita Farr by April Bowlby
  • Crazy Jane by Diane Guerrero
  • Cyborg/Victor Stone by Joivan Wade
  • The Fog/Shelley Byron by Wynn Everett
  • Niles Caulder/The Chief by Timothy Dalton
  • Dorothy Spinner by Abi Monterey
  • Madame Rouge by Michelle Gomez
  • Willoughby Kipling by Mark Sheppard
  • Driller Bill by Shay Mack

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Doom Patrol Season 3 Plot Synopsis:

Doom Patrol is a comic book series from DC Comics, which focuses on an eclectic group of people who are rejected by the rest of society and come together to form their own support group. They try to help the world by fighting villains, though the world does not appreciate their efforts.

“Doom Patrol,” reimagines one of DC’s most beloved groups of Super-Heroes, led by the nefarious mad scientist Niles Caulder.

Each member of the Doom Patrol suffered a horrible accident that left them scarred and gave them superhuman abilities. The Doom Patrol is a team of outcasts who fight for those who don’t want them.

Season three opens on the climax of Dorothy facing off against the Candlemaker, a loss that nearly costs her life. The tone of the series will be more introspective, and each main character struggles to come to terms with who they are and who they want to be. And if that weren’t already difficult enough, Madame Rouge arrives in a time machine for her own mysterious purposes.

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