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From Season 3 Gets Optimistic Update From Star Harold Perrineau


Harold Perrineau has given an update on the status of season 3 of the MGM+ original series From, offering a hopeful yet realistic outlook. The show revolves around a group of people who are trapped in a nightmarish town, where they must deal with haunting visions that can turn deadly and monsters that come out at night to hunt them. Perrineau portrays Boyd Stevens, the town sheriff, who strives to protect the citizens while uncovering the town’s mysterious nature and if there is a way out.


In light of the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike and the absence of an official renewal for season 3, TV Insider questioned Perrineau about any updates. Despite the uncertainty, Perrineau remains optimistic about the show’s future, acknowledging its growing popularity and success. He said:

\”Here’s the thing, I have no updates because I think none of us know what the deal is with this writers strike. And, you know, I applaud them for fighting for what they need, and I support them and all of that. So I am down with them for whatever. My truth is, I hope that we come to some kind of resolution because we’d all like to get back to work.

\”Now, we haven’t gotten an official pickup. But it is assumed that we will go back as soon as all of this calms down. We’ve been very successful, and the show keeps picking up steam. We are definitely like the little show that could. I’m literally getting calls from people who I haven’t talked to in years, and they’re like, \’Yooo! I just saw your show!\’ And so I’m really excited about that. Literally, I was on the phone yesterday with Alec Baldwin, who I did The Edge with years ago, and he called me up because he and Scott McCord are working on something. When your friends from back in the day are calling, like, something’s happening. So I’m pretty sure we’ll get picked up. I don’t know exactly when [since] we really have to wait for all this other stuff to play out. And then I’m sure we’ll get right back at it, you know, hit it full steam.\”


How From Became \”The Little Show That Could\”

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The success of From is a testament to its quality and effective word-of-mouth advertising. The show has been compared to Lost and is considered its rightful spiritual successor. It is the first series since Lost to balance character development with fascinating mysteries. The talented ensemble, led by Perrineau, who was also part of the acclaimed ensemble in Lost, grounds the characters’ humanity, while the quality of the acting and character-driven drama gives weight to the mysteries.

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What distinguishes From from Lost is its emphasis on horror. Stephen King himself has praised From as \”scary sh*t\” in many positive tweets, which has helped to draw more attention to the series. From tackles timeless questions about fear, good versus evil, faith, and the balance between individual and community needs. As Perrineau’s comments suggest, King is not the only celebrity who has become a fan of the show.

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Harold Perrineau has provided a hopeful, yet realistic update for From season 3. From is an MGM+ original series about people who are trapped in a nightmarish town. The townspeople have had to contend with visions that torment them and can even turn lethal, along with monsters who come out every night and try to eat them. Perrineau plays the town sheriff, Boyd Stevens, who tries to protect everyone while also searching for answers about the mysterious nature of the town, and if there is a way out.


Following the heart-stopping season 2 finale, TV Insider asked Perrineau about updates regarding season 3, particularly in light of the ongoing Writers Guild of America strike. Despite the writers’ strike and From season 3 not yet being officially renewed, Perrineau still provided an optimistic update about the show’s future, acknowledging how it has gradually garnered more attention. Read his comments below:

“Here’s the thing, I have no updates because I think none of us know what the deal is with this writers strike. And, you know, I applaud them for fighting for what they need, and I support them and all of that. So I am down with them for whatever. My truth is, I hope that we come to some kind of resolution because we’d all like to get back to work.

“Now, we haven’t gotten an official pickup. But it is assumed that we will go back as soon as all of this calms down. We’ve been very successful, and the show keeps picking up steam. We are definitely like the little show that could. I’m literally getting calls from people who I haven’t talked to in years, and they’re like, ‘Yooo! I just saw your show!’ And so I’m really excited about that. Literally, I was on the phone yesterday with Alec Baldwin, who I did The Edge with years ago, and he called me up because he and Scott McCord are working on something. When your friends from back in the day are calling, like, something’s happening. So I’m pretty sure we’ll get picked up. I don’t know exactly when [since] we really have to wait for all this other stuff to play out. And then I’m sure we’ll get right back at it, you know, hit it full steam.”


How From Became “The Little Show That Could”

Tabitha wakes up in the hospital bed in the From season 2 finale

From‘s success is a testament to the quality of the series and good word of mouth. From has drawn comparisons to Lostwith some deeming it a proper spiritual successor. It is the first show since Lost to strike a perfect balance between exploring its characters’ humanity while also having plenty of fascinating mystery boxes to explore. In Fromthe characters’ humanity is grounded by a talented ensemble, this time led by Perrineau, who was also part of Lost‘s own talented ensemble. The mysteries feel like they matter because of the quality of the acting and the character-driven drama.

One way From differentiates itself from Lost is how it embraces the horror genre. Stephen King praised From as “scary sh*t,” with his many positive tweets about the series helping to get more eyes on it. From can be just as unsettling as the best of King’s stories as it tackles timeless questions regarding fear, good versus evil, the power of faith, and the needs of the individual versus the needs of the community. As Perrineau’s comments indicate, King is far from the only celebrity who has become enamored with the series.

From season 2 ended with a game-changing cliffhanger, along with dramatic developments for almost every major character. Once the writers’ strike ends, there is a good chance that the series will be officially renewed for season 3, and development can proceed. From season 3 can continue emphasizing the elements that have worked so well while also expanding the scope of the story following the jaw-dropping way Tabitha’s story concluded.

Source: TV Insider

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