In the spring, a couple of outlets announced that the Pandora TV show had been canceled. The CW has stayed officially mute about the show’s future but it’s telling that the sci-fi series has been deleted from the network’s press site. Fortunately for fans of the show, that doesn’t imply that the show won’t be back for a third season.
While it looks quite evident that Pandora won’t be returning to The CW, a source close to the production tells me that work is starting on the third season, and filming is anticipated to begin in early 2022. The show will have a new US broadcaster and the episodes are scheduled to begin showing next summer. When the pickup is formally revealed, there’s a possibility that Pandora might also be renewed for more than season three.
Pandora’s second season finishes tonight on The CW, with the sci-fi series finishing off some harsh storylines (December 13). Fans will also be wondering what the future holds for the fantasy program and whether it will be renewed for a third season.
Pandora Season 3: Will there be more series?
Pandora, set in the late 2100s, has delighted viewers on The CW since its premiere in 2019.
When the characters started working together for the Earth Intelligence Service in the second season, they were monitored.
The conclusion draws this narrative to a close as Xander Duvall (Oliver Dench) seeks justice for his acts.
Around the same time, Jax Zhou (Priscilla Quintana) went on her adventure to preserve the planet before the Ancients made their final choice.
As the series draws to an end, fans of the program will be keen to know what happens next in the series.
The CW has decided not to renew Pandora for a third season.
In an exclusive interview with series star Noah Huntley, however, a positive update on the show’s future was delivered.
“Well, I hope so,” he said when asked if he wanted to return for a third date. I think it simply needs to become more coherent.”
“I feel there is a danger that when you develop this large world, you will continue to make more and expand the frontier, and I believe some of the stakes should be acknowledged now.”
“You should design a resolution once the components at risk have been identified and the disagreement has been stated.”
“And I agree that Mark [showrunner Mark A Altman] is aware of it, and the episode addresses the strands that have been unanswered since the first season.”
“And I suppose it’s simply about ensuring that it happens to be part of the process in future seasons.
I mean, I know the CW is nervous about season three because we’ve managed to get [filming] done when others haven’t.”
“I believe our program has budgetary aspects that make it interesting to The CW as well.”
He went on to say that it would be excellent for him to return if the show’s popularity continued to grow.
“I feel like moving to season three, now in season two, there are so many strengths and so many problems that have been addressed up that weren’t even up to speed in season one,” Huntley continued.
I believe it’s a tremendous chance for the program to expand, and being a part of it is incredible, especially when you’ve been there from the beginning.”
If the idea proceeds forward, the actor also divulged how they intend to start filming as soon as possible.
Pandora 3 is planning to go ahead in February of next year, according to him.
Summary of the plot and series Pandora:
A young lady who has lost everything finds a new life at Earth’s Space Training Academy in the year 2199, where she learns to defend the galaxy from cosmic invaders.
Pandora’s official website and IMDb page are also available. Pandora's season 3 teaser is also accessible on YouTube.