The Third Day is an upcoming thriller miniseries of HBO that cast Jude Law and Naomie Harris in the lead roles. There will be six episodes of this drama series; Marc Munden coordinates the initial three episodes, and Philippa Lowthorpe coordinates the following three episodes. Dennis Kelly wrote this amazing series.

HBO declared the series in 2019; at that point, the shooting started on the series  in July 2019 in the UK. It is co-creation of HBO and Sky creations.

Release Date

There is no specific arrival date pronounced by HBO for the miniseries The Third Day. It is listed to arrive around Fall 2020. We will update this when we get any official release date.

The Third Day' Trailer: Jude Law Is On A Mysterious Island For HBO
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Cast Updates

Following stars will highlight in the upcoming HBO dramatization The Third Day:

  • Jude Law as Sam
  • Katherine Waterston as Jess
  • Paddy Considine as Mr. Martin
  • Emily Watson as Mrs. Martin
  • Naomie Harris as Helen
  • John Dagleish as Larry
  • Freya Allan as Kail

What We Can Expect

The HBO series, The Third Day, is fixated on account of two people who please an island. There is a sum of 6 amazing episodes that are partitioned into two parts the initial segment, which contains the initial three episodes, is called Summer, and the second part, which incorporates the last three episodes, is called Winter.

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In the Summer part, we will see the tale of Sam (Jude Law), and in the Winter part, we will know the account of Helen (Naomie Harris). The two characters have a similar plot. However, it is delineated in a particular way. Both will show up on the strange island and later face a group of islanders.

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