HBO has sets miniseries The Third Day which is created by writer Dennis Kelly (Utopia, Pulling) and Felix Barrett, the premiere on Monday, September 14 at 9:00 P.M. EST/PST. it will be available on HBO and to stream on HBO Max.
A six-episode drama The Third Day starring Jude Law, Harris, Katherine Waterston, Emily Watson, and Paddy Considine. It was initially set to debut in May. HBO delayed it, which it has now officially announced.
HBO Limited series The Third Day has split into two sections: “Summer” and “Winter.” Jude Law is the star of the first three episodes, the “Summer” portion, while Harris is the star of the “Winter” portion. Here is the rundown for The Third Day below.
In April, the trailer is hit on the web (watch it below), only a month prior to its unique debut date, uncovering that the series had been deferred to “fall.” But regardless of the trailer’s baffling declaration with the series only one of the numerous casualties of the pandemic.
The Third Day Episode Guide
Told over the first three episodes, “Summer” stars Jude Law (HBO’s “The New Pope”) as Sam, a man who is drawn to a mysterious island off the British coast where he encounters a group of islanders set on preserving their traditions at any cost. Isolated from the mainland, Sam is unable to leave the idyllic and dangerously enchanting world he has discovered, where the secretive rituals of its inhabitants bring him to grapple with experiences of loss and trauma hidden in his past through the distorted lens of the present. As boundaries between fantasy and reality fragment, his quest to unlock the truth leads the islanders to reveal a shocking secret. “Summer” is written by Dennis Kelly and directed by Marc Munden.
“Winter” unfolds over the latter three episodes and stars Naomie Harris (Academy Award nominee for “Moonlight”) as Helen, a strong-willed outsider who comes to the island seeking answers, but whose arrival precipitates a fractious battle to decide its fate as the lines between fantasy and fact are distorted. “Winter” is written by Kit De Waal, Dean O’Loughlin and Dennis Kelly and directed by Philippa Lowthorpe.