Knightfall Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Plot, Trailer, Spoilers And What’s More In The Show? How Many Episodes Are There In The Third Season?

The famous show based on history, Knightfall season 3 will be airing on Netflix. Here are the latest updates about the third edition of the show. It is love at first sight for the lovers of historical fiction. Knightfall is hand made for those who love shows like Vikings or Outlander.

Knightfall is set in 1306 and filmed in the Czech Republic and Croatia. The producers of the series are Don Handfield and Richard Rayner.  The first edition aired on 6 December 2017, and there have been 9 episodes each in two seasons.

Release Date

Knightfall has not yet been officially revived for a third edition for now, but a new season will come sooner or later considering its popularity touched skies. As in the first two seasons, we expect the third season to have nine episodes as well.


At the end of the second season of Knightfall, we learned that Landry and his Templar brothers will have to face execution. But then Master Talus shows up, who is the Lazarist knights under Gabriel, and Anne. They somehow save some of them and go live with Lydia. Master Talus then fights against the king’s guards, who perform a surprise attack, to help others escape. The Templars, Gawain, and Lydia escape on a boat to Paris. But Anne and Tancrede are severely injured and find it impossible to reach the boat. Landry then wants to take revenge for his daughter, Eve. The king is left vulnerable as the army is kept busy elsewhere. Hence, the third season will be about how Landry avenges his daughter.


Mark Hamill briefly appeared in the initial episodes of Knightfall, we expect him to make an appearance this season. Tom Cullen will definitely return as Landry. The other cast members such as Pádraic Delaney as Gawain, Simon Merrells as Tancrede, Julian Ovenden as  William De Nogaret, Ed Stoppard as King Philip, Nasser Memarzia as Draper, Jim Carter as  Pope Boniface VIII, Olivia Ross as Queen Joan, Sabrina Bartlett as Princess Isabella, Sarah-Sofie Boussnina as Adelina, Genevieve Gaunt as Princess Isabella, Matthew Marsh as Jacques De Molay and others will all return.

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