Season 3 of the horror crime action TV Show, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series started on September 6, 2016. It is still broadcast on El Rey Network, steadily earning the support of the audience and popularity. This one is directed by Robert Rodriguez and made based on Tarantino’s scenario. Innumerable fans of this show are aiming to find out whether they should anticipate Season 4 or not, and if yes, the possible release date. However, an official announcement has not been made regarding the sequel.
Due to its high-quality media production, the show is quite popular with the target audience. Also, for a cable network, this show has pretty good ratings. At this moment, on IMDb, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series gained a score 7.0/10 based on 14,000 votes and 25 critics reviews and 65 viewer reviews. As for SideReel, the series has ratings of 3.67 out of 5. And according to Rotten Tomatoes, the show has been given a 5/5 mark, with a 100% approval rating, based on the votes of 6 users. Furthermore, at Metacritic, the series scored 61/100 based on nine critics reviews, and the viewers gave it 7.0/10 based on 80 users ratings. As for TV.com, the show gained a record of 8.1 based on 156 votes.
From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series is a TV show which emphasizes the scenes from the 1996 movie of the same name, and even develops further the chronicles. Since the disaster robbery resulted in a couple of dead bodies, the two Gecko brothers, chased by the FBI, take shelter in an ex-pastors family RV and go across the border with the Fullers who are going to Mexico. Everything goes upside down when they end up in a bar full of vampires.
Season 3 of From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series started airing on September 6, 2016, and the premiere received mostly approving reactions and good ratings from both the viewers and the critics. We are still waiting for the official statement from the El Rey Network about the show’s cancellation or renewal. However, we think that Season 4 will happen if you look at the TV ratings and the interest of the target audience. Nonetheless, we won’t go ahead of ourselves, so we shall wait for the official announcement.