Stitchers Season 3 Release date
Stitchers (season 3, release date — pending) is series of an American production. It combines several genres, including crime fiction, science fiction, and drama. The developer of the show is J. A. Schechter. The first season was debuted in the summer of 2015. The premiere of season 2 took place in the spring of 2016. Both seasons did not earn high ratings and scores as it was expected. It is known that season 3 of the show is planned to be filmed regardless of the low popularity of the series.
The main cast of the series includes:
- Emma Ishta,
- Kyle Harris,
- Salli Richardson-Whitfield,
- Allison Scagliotti,
- Damon Dayoub,
- Ritesh Rajan.
The recurring cast of the series includes:
- Jasmin S. Brown,
- Kaylee Quinn,
- Ross K. Le,
- John Billingsley,
- Oded Fehr,
- Hugo Armstrong,
- Tiffany Hines,
- Sola Bamis,
- Jack Turner.
The series is about Kirsten Clark. She is a talented student who started to work on a project named Stitchers. The project is initiated and controlled by the government. She has to “stitch” into the deceased people’s memory in order to find out how they died. It is a new way to investigate crimes that otherwise would not be solved. Kirsten is assisted by Cameron and several other members of their team. The program is under the management of Maggie. Kirsten shares an apartment with Camille who also works for the same project.
In the last episode, Kirsten has to be stitched into the consciousness of Liam. She needs it in order to find out what connection he had with Daniel Stinger. Kirsten is shocked to find out the truth that Liam has hidden from her.
Ivy tells Kirsten that her mother did not die. At the same time, Nina finds out that Cameron is employed by the NSA. Kristen stuck and cannot get out from the stitch. Will she be able to get out and how? Will this project be effective or does it hide unexpected result for the members of the team? A range of mysterious moments of the series will be surely interesting to watch.
The series has received both positive and negative critics’ reviews. Season 1 has received a rating of 29% on Rotten Tomatoes. On Metacritic, it has received a score of 48/100.
Season 2 of the show has ten episodes, each of which has attracted about 0.4 million viewers.
Although the show did not have the desirable success, Freeform has decided to continue it.
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