Animal Kingdom Season 3

Release Date, Full Episodes

Animal Kingdom season 3 started airing on Tuesday, May 29, 2018. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale: Aug 21, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 The Killing

S3E2 In the Red

S3E3 The Center Will Hold

S3E4 Wolves

S3E5 Prey

S3E6 Broke from the Box

S3E7 Low Man

S3E8 Incoming

S3E9 Libertad

S3E10 Off the Tit

S3E11 Jackpot

S3E12 Homecoming

most recent episode S3E13 The Hyenas

How many episodes are in season 3 of Animal Kingdom?

The season consists of 13 episodes.


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Spencer Treat Clark discusses Animal Kingdom Season 4 - Hidden Remote - via Hiddenremote

The series starts when 17-year-old J Cody (Finn Cole) is sent to live with his grandmother after his mother dies of an overdose, and he’s reintroduced to his wild uncles that he hasn’t seen in years. They include adopted son Baz (Scott Speedman), the mentally unstable Andrew “Pope” (Shawn Hatosy), drug addict Craig (Ben Robson), and runt of the litter Deran (Jake Weary). Things quickly spiral out of control for the family as this Point Break inspired group struggles to continue their criminal careers while dealing with family drama.

Animal Kingdom Season 4 Release Date, Cast, Update - via Otakukart

The story of Animal Kingdom “Centers on a Southern California family, whose excessive lifestyle is fueled by their criminal activities.” Currently, Season 3 is being premiered, so nothing much about the upcoming Fourth Season has been revealed.

Shawn Hatosy on His Directing Debut in 'Animal Kingdom' (Guest Column) - via Variety

I’m standing in the middle of a downtown Los Angeles warehouse, wearing a bulletproof vest under my wardrobe, sweating. It’s mid-May 2018. The sun is setting. Today I’m a first-time director on production day three of eight for TNT’s “Animal Kingdom,” currently in our third season. I’m also playing the role of Pope (a complicated psycho […]

Animal Kingdom's Shawn Hatosy makes directorial debut - via Fansided

Hatosy’s acting has been outstanding this season, and now he’ll be adding directing to his resume. Don’t miss the chance to appreciate his handiwork on both sides of the camera, and see what Pope uncovers about Baz’s murder.

'Animal Kingdom' Star Shawn Hatosy on Making His Directorial Debut (Exclusive) - via Etonline

"It is something that I had wanted to do my whole career, and they don't just let anybody do it. You can't just raise your hand and say, 'Hey, I think I would be good at this!'" he told ET of his directing aspirations. "Fortunately, I have worked with John Wells since ER and I did five seasons of Southland. I knew that directing was a path that I wanted to take, so I dropped some subtle hints during Southland. Had we gone another season of Southland, I probably would have had a chance to direct that, along with Michael Cudlitz and Ben McKenzie."

Previously on Animal Kingdom: As the second season concludes, Smurf realizes she may be in jail a lot longer than expected, so she pits her sons against one another, the consequences be damned.

Critics Reviews

    Instead, ‘The Killing’ settles into a pace that’s halfway between plaintive and mechanical, though that’s not necessarily a bad thing. It affords the hour the time needed for each character to deliver a response to their “brother’s” death. The downside is that the show doesn't seem to know how to convey the family's grief/anxiety while also moving the overarching plot forward. It essentially settles for shots of Pope staring menacingly at, well, everyone. Meanwhile, his insistence that he become Lena’s guardian <...> - by ScreenRant [Kevin Yeoman]

    They didn't necessarily shut him out, but it was a foreboding of things to come. He's always been an outsider, and the brothers are going to take a long, hard look at why Smurf put him in charge instead of one of them. It was also disconcerting when Smurf told J that Baz was his father. Part of me wants to believe that J is above Smurf's manipulations, but another part of me thinks that he's still too green for his own good. <...> - by TV Fanatic [Lisa Babick]

    Mind you, a total of none of this means that I am even considering giving up on Animal Kingdom. I’m as likely to do that as Craig is to go a whole episode wearing a shirt. What it does mean, however, is that my relationship status with the show is, and perhaps always will be, “It’s complicated.” Yes, Pope is doing his best, often adorably, to parent Lena; that doesn’t change the fact that he murdered the little girl’s mother. Deran’s sometime boyfriend Adrian has forgiven him for that <...> - by TV Line [Charlie Mason]


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