Knightfall is one of the most notable endeavours of the History Channel. The show has the background motif of medieval times and has sufficient politics, drama, and actions to help keep fans entertained. The series is available to flow on Netflix, with just two seasons having a collective of 18 episodes. Unfortunately for the fans, the founders have officially cancelled the show for any more seasons. However, there are still some hope about the renewal of the series.
Knightfall season 3 was to premiere in June 2020 but cancelled in May 2020. But there was a faint hope among the fans. Since Netflix has power over the series and the show has a massive fanbase. Netflix has given aid to a lot of popular series since it is an international website which made the series among the most favoured shows.
However, Netflix has to make the dream come true for the fans of the set. Because fans are expecting what’s going to happen in another season. Since the previous season ended with Landry and his Templar brothers running out of the fire set by King Philip.
Knightfall Season 3 storyline will inform about the eccentric yet real report of the Knights Templar, the upper-class soldiers of the Crusades. It digs out secrets that is well maintained by the Templars. The story is all about trust, honesty and calmness that promote the troops on the battlefield and about the legendary date 13th Friday to the universe’s life force.
The previous season left the fan hanging around what’s going to happen in the next Knightfall season or will there be. In the ending parts of the last incident, Louis associates Landry. Landry battles King Philip for a fight and thrust the sword in his torso. The last scene made everyone suppose whether Louis will become the king or not.
- Tom Cullen as Landry Du Lauzon
- Jim Carter as Pope Boniface Vlll
- Mark Hamill as Master Talus
- Ed Stoppard as King Philip
- Sarah Sofie Boussnina as Adelina
- Padraic Delaney as Gawain
- Simon Merrels as Tancrede De Hauteville
- Julian Ovenden as William De Nogaret
- Tom Forbes as Prince Louis of France