Mr. Mercedes returns this September for its third season, and STARZPLAY has released a new trailer to give us a glimpse of what’s in store.
Based on the best-selling Bill Hodges trilogy by Stephen King, the AT&T original series returns for its much-anticipated third season. When beloved local author John Rothstein (Bruce Dern) is found murdered, Hodges (Brendan Gleeson), Holly (Justine Lupe), and Jerome (Jharrel Jerome), along with local police, must track down his killer. But this case is more complex than the cold-blooded killing of an American icon. Unpublished novels of Rothstein’s were stolen from his home, and they are worth millions. As the case unfolds, the trio learns that although Brady may be gone, his depravity lives on in the lives of his victims.
David E. Kelley has returned for the third season alongside Jonathan Shapiro, with Jack Bender continuing to direct. In addition to King, Kelley, Bender, and Shapiro, Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey of Temple Hill Entertainment, Tom Lesinski of Sonar Entertainment, and Shane Elrod of AT&T AUDIENCE Network continue to serve as executive producers.
STARZPLAY is available for £4.99 a month through the Apple TV app, or as an add-on through Prime Video Channels and Virgin Media, giving subscribers access to acclaimed shows such as anthology series The Act along with its growing selection of exclusive STARZ Originals on the same day they launch in the US, including The Spanish Princess and Vida, plus hit movies such as No Country for Old Men and Watchmen.
Mr. Mercedes Season 3 will premiere on 19th September. Here’s the trailer:
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