A highly popular action/drama series Transporter: The Series is the television adaptation loosely based on a famous film series, created by Luc Besson and broadcast by TNT, debuted in the United States on October 18, 2014. The story of the show revolves around the work of a professional driver who is a former special agent and can deliver delicate packages without any further questions. Alexander Ruemelin created the series, and it is aired on TNT in the United States, on M6 in France, on HBO Canada and Super Écran in Canada, on RTL in Germany and on Spike in the United Kingdom.
The reviews the TV show received from the audience were generally favorable. Therefore, the show has a score of 7.3 out of 10 on Metacritic, based on 12 ratings, whereas on Rotten Tomatoes, the series has a 70% approval rating from the audience, based on 48 reviews, which makes an average score of 3.6 out of 5. On TV.com, the show has a rating of 7.9 out of 10, based on 125 votes, while the Common Sense Media rated the TV show at 3 stars out of 5. On IMDB, the TV show has a score of 6.6 out of 10 according to over 5,300 users’ votes, 46 reviews from viewers and 7 reviews from critics. The debut of the TV series attracted 3.1 million viewers in France.
Plot & Summary
The story of the TV show focuses on Frank Martin, portrayed by Chris Vance, who is a former SAS and Special Forces operative and the guy that is working as a freelance courier driver at the moment, and he is able to deliver any package without any questions. Frank respects his own rules and therefore he never changes deal terms, or opens the package, nor does he want to know any names.
Transporter: The Series Season 3 Release Date
Unfortunately, Frank Spotnitz in an interview revealed that TNT has no intention of renewing the show for the third season. This seems to be the final decision.