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Snowfall is American Drama TV series. Created by Eric Amadio. Produced by Groundswell Productions. Stars: Damson Idris, Amin Joseph, Isaiah John. Also known as Snowfall in Spain. It first aired on Jul 05, 2017, on FX. IMDb's user rating for the series is 7.8 *. Won the AAFCA Award, COLA. Snowfall is filmed in USA.


How Many Seasons Of Snowfall Are There Total: 3 (28 episodes)

Season 3

Season premieres on July 10, 2019

Season 2

Season premieres on July 19, 2018

FX, 10 episodes

Season 1

2017, FX, 10 episodes

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Snowfall TV Schedule

Snowfall is on FX (United States) Wednesdays at 6 pm

Last episode:

S2E10 (Education) - Air Date: Sep 20, 2018 (8 months ago)

Next Snowfall Episode Air Date

Snowfall S3E1 (Episode 1) - Air Date: Jul 10, 2019

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News & Interviews

Watch Snowfall season 2 episode 4 'Jingle Bell Rock' online: Live stream - via Fansided

In its first season Snowfall was often a narrative of seemingly disparate pieces, that tried to work together but never really succeeded. In the second year things have started to come together. It’s not only because the storylines are truly crossing and interesting with each other, but it’s largely because of that. Maybe the writers thought that establishing the time and place of the story was important in the first season, and that could be leaned on this year. But ironically, more of that has fallen into place during the second season, as the story became more cohesive and streamlined.

Thursday cable ratings: NFL Preseason leads again, 'Snowfall' stays steady - via Tvbythenumbers

'Teen Mom II' doubles in 18-49, 'Snowfall' gets big viewers boost cable Live +7 ratings for July 16-22 - via Tvbythenumbers

Snowfall season 2, episode 3 recap: Pieces falling into place - via Fansided

Tune in Tonight for July 19, 2018 - via Wacotrib

'Snowfall' Season 2 Could Turn Franklin Into a 'Beastly, Monstrous Man,' FX Star Damson Idris Says - via Newsweek

I hope viewers can watch Snowfall and completely destroy the idea that this is a story that doesn’t deserve to be told beyond TV. I feel a lot of people don’t actually realize how much of an impact the crack cocaine epidemic had particularly on the African American community, and they don’t realize why people in our community are in the situations that they’re in. John Singleton says slavery and Jim Crow didn’t cause African moms to leave their babies willingly, but crack did. That’s a huge statement. That really proves this is a drug that destroyed our people. A story like that needs to be told because in order for us to navigate our future, we need to be educated on the past.

Thursday cable ratings: 'Snowfall' ticks up, 'Tiger Shark Invasion' leads - via Tvbythenumbers

FX Premieres Season 2 'Snowfall' Episode in Chicago With Cast [Pictures] - via Thesource

FX's 'Snowfall' Executive Producer Dave Andron Hints at Worlds Colliding in Season 2 - via Tvinsider

Tonight on TV: So long 'Girlfriends' and hello 'Snowfall' - via Stltoday

Season 2 of FX’s drama Snowfall continues the story about the infancy of the early ’80s crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles and its ultimate radical impact on the culture as we know it. Entering 1984, drug dealer Franklin Saint (Damson Idris), CIA operative Teddy McDonald (Carter Hudson), and drug kingpins Lucia Villanueva (Emily Rios) and Gustavo “El Oso” Zapata (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) are all working toward their ultimate goals of money, power and influence.

British actor Damson Idris brings L.A.'s '80s crack epidemic to life on 'Snowfall' - Los Angeles Times - via Latimes

'Snowfall' to Return to FX For A Third Season - The Source - via Thesource

Will 'Snowfall' continue without John Singleton? - Rolling Out - via Rollingout

John Singleton Private Funeral Today, will Remain Executive Producer of FX Drama Snowfall - Lasentinel - via Lasentinel

Snowfall Season 3: Show Is Still On The Roll After Death Of Singleton - TV Season Spoilers - via Tvseasonspoilers


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