Folklore Season 3: Premiere Date, Cast and More
Will the thriller series starring Kazuki Kitamura return for season 3 on Home Box Office?
Folklore TV Show season 3rd renewal status secret. If a renewal will be confirmed we're expecting it to land on 2024-09-13 near the same time. Here's what we know about next part, including news, trailer, rumors, cast and schedule.
Countdown to Season 3 Release
When is the Folklore Season 3rd premiere?
New season will once again be made up of seven total episodes. They will be available on Home Box Office on demand right after release. First episode starting on 2024-09-13. TV Series episodes will release on Sundays. More detailed schedule presented inside table below:
|Episode Number||Title||Release Date on HBO|
|3X01||Episode 1||September 13, 2024|
|3X02||Episode 2||September 20, 2024|
|3X03||Episode 3||September 27, 2024|
|3X04||Episode 4||October 4, 2024|
|3X05||Episode 5||October 11, 2024|
|3X06||Episode 6||October 18, 2024|
|3X07||Episode 7||July 16, 2025|
Who will star in Folklore season 3?
The key characters should return, might as well as few new actors. will play a Kazuki Kitamura and role will take Bront Palarae. Together with Misuzu Kanno as , will take Yoon-seok Jeong, Aimee Saras as Self - Aimee Saras, role will play a Marissa Anita, star Muzakki Ramdhan will be playing , star Arswendy Bening Swara as and Sivakumar Palakrishnan ().
Folklore Season 3 trailer: When can I watch it?
At this moment, given below teaser is most precisely to next season of thriller horror.
What is Folklore about?
The brainchild of Eric Khoo, Folklore reinvents six distinct and haunting tales that have lingered on through generations of regional superstitions across Asia. From a menacing child spirit in Malaysia to a possessed tatami mattress in Japan, Folklore offers a chilling foray into Eastern mythologies of the occult and the supernatural.Descend into the origins of fear as six acclaimed directors breathe new life into classic Asian ghost stories steeped in the histories and landscapes of their home countries. Enter the worlds they have left ajar, where the living is only half the story, and fear defines the folk