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INTO THE BADLANDS: AMC Renews Series For Third Season

Into The Badlands

AMC Gives Green Light To Third Season Of Into The Badlands

AMC has opted to go ahead and order a third, additional season of the network’s martial arts action program Into The Badlands.

The news will likely come as a welcome surprise to fans of the show as it is only halfway through its current season. Not only can they expect to see Badlands return after the second season ends, they can also plan to see more episodes as AMC has also decided to up the amount of installments for the show’s next season to 16.

With the program bringing in approximately 3.6 million viewers each episode, it is little wonder that the network has ordered another season of it. Alfred Gough and Miles Millar serve as showrunners and writers, with others such as David Dobkin and Stephen Fung joining them as executive producers.

Per Deadline, the source of this story:

“‘Into the Badlands’ looks like nothing else on television, a literal high-wire act attracting passionate and dedicated fans by the millions,” said Charlie Collier, president of AMC, SundanceTV and AMC Studios. “Thanks to series creators and showrunners Al Gough and Miles Millar, the terrific cast, led by Daniel Wu, the amazing martial arts team guided by the incomparable Master Dee Dee and fight directors Stephen Fung and Andy Cheng, and everyone else involved who brings this thrill ride to the fans.”

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