The first two seasons of FX’s Snowfall rapidly drew a dedicated fanbase, and the renewal of the critically acclaimed series has fans desperate to learn more about the development of the crack cocaine epidemic in Los Angeles.
Snowfall kicked off in the early 1980s, with crack cocaine quickly becoming an industry unto itself and having a significant impact on the culture of one of the USA’s biggest cities. With a whole lot of power and money involved, there is plenty at stake for Franklin Saint, Teddy McDonald and co, and things aren’t expected to slow down in Season 3. Starring Damson Idris, Carter Hudson and Sergio Peris-Mencheta, catch the premiere of season 3 coming July 17 on Foxtel’s FOX Showcase.
Snowfall Season 3 Preview
The first two seasons of Snowfall focused on the lives of a range of individuals from vastly different walks of life, but who shared one crucial thing in common: the emergence of crack cocaine in 1983 had a significant influence on their lives. From young entrepreneur and drug dealer Franklin Saint to CIA operative Teddy McDonald to Mexican wrestler Gustavo Zapata, the characters experiences intertwine in ways that have left each of their lives inextricably linked.
In season 3, the stakes are set to get even higher. With more money, more influence and more power on the line, each character has more to gain – and a lot more to lose. The Drug Enforcement Agency – or DEA – however, has other ideas, and with crack cocaine beginning to take a hold on the city, they will stop at nothing to prevent its spread. The distribution of the drug suddenly just got a whole lot more dangerous.
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Watch or Stream Snowfall Season 3
The third season of the popular FX series Snowfall will begin on Wednesday, July 17 at 8.30pm, and will be available on FOX Showcase as part of Foxtel’s Drama Pack. From then, new episodes will be arriving each week, and if you can’t catch them as they air you can watch one of the many replays available on Foxtel, or even better, watch the series on demand. Sign up to Foxtel’s Entertainment + Drama pack today and get ready for an enthralling third season.
And what’s more, if you prefer to stream Snowfall season 3, the Foxtel Go app allows you to do exactly that. Available to all Foxtel customers, all you need to do is download the app to one of the below eligible devices and start watching!
|iQ2||Yes||No streaming option, or apps. No HD playback|
|iQ3||Yes||No app access|
|iQ4||Yes||Access to 4K content included|
|PC/Mac||Yes||Web browser only (Chrome for PC; Chrome & Safari for Mac)|
|iOS Mobile Devices||Yes||Via native app (iOS 9.3.5 or above)|
|Android Mobile Devices||Yes||Via native app (Android 5 and above)|
|Google Chromecast||Yes||Via casting (only on Multiroom service)|
|Apple TV||Yes||Via AirPlay (only on Multiroom service)|
|Smart TVs||Yes||Via casting only (only on Multiroom service)|
|Gaming Consoles (PS4, Xbox One, etc)||No|
Snowfall is not available on free to air TV in Australia due to broadcasting and licensing rights. Check out the live airing schedule of all 10 episodes of Snowfall Season 3 below:
|Episode 1||Wednesday 17 July||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 2||Wednesday 24 July||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 3||Wednesday 31 July||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 4||Wednesday 7 August||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 5||Wednesday 14 August||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 6||Wednesday 21 August||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 7||Wednesday 28 August||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 8||Wednesday 4 September||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 9||Wednesday 11 September||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
|Episode 10||Wednesday 18 September||8.30pm||FOX Showcase|
After the live airing of every episode, viewers can also catch replays of the show on FOX SHOWCASE. It’s also streaming on Foxtel Now as part of the Essentials Pack, which comprises the Pop & Lifestyle packs at only $25/month. What’s more, you can take advantage of Foxtel Now’s 10-day free trial, so you can get started and even watch all the episodes for free. Plus get access to more acclaimed shows, including Big Little Lies, Veep, and Wentworth, among others.
What to Watch After Snowfall
Snowfall will keep your Wednesday’s occupied for a few months, but there’s plenty of other exciting new series set to hit the screens soon which will also draw a significant crowd. With Foxtel and Foxtel Now offering up most of the world’s biggest hits there’s always something to watch, so check out the best of them below.
Westworld (Foxtel Now, Telstra TV Box Office)
Westworld took audiences by storm over its first two seasons, and with the trailer for the third season now released, anticipation for the return of the show is at an all-time high. The third season likely won’t make its premiere until 2020, giving you plenty of time to go back over the first couple of seasons to refresh your memory on what happened.
Westworld is available on Fox Showcase on demand, so you can go back and catch up at a time that suits you. And if you want to stream on the go, simply sign up to the Entry Pack with Foxtel Now, and you can watch when and where it suits you.
Game of Thrones (Foxtel Now, Telstra TV Box Office)
After eight enthralling seasons, one of the most popular TV series’ of all time, Game of Thrones, is over. With no new episodes to look forward to, Monday’s might feel a little different now, but fortunately, you relive the magic thanks to the availability of the show on demand.
Fox Showcase allows you to stream every episode from all eight seasons, whether you want to watch at home on Foxtel in front of your big screen or stream it on the train on the way to work with Foxtel Now. Alternatively, you can catch every season of the show on Telstra TV Box Office, which allows you to buy entire seasons for just $19.99
Gunpowder (Foxtel Now)
The famous Gunpowder Plot of 1605 in London, England, saw a failed assassination attempt against King James I on November 5th during the State Opening of England’s Parliament, and the retelling of the story has captured hearts and minds around the globe.
Kit Harrington plays the leader of the group of provincial English Catholics who plotted it, Robert Catesby, of whom he is a direct descendant. He leads the cast in this 3-episode mini-series of created by the BBC, and you can catch all three episodes with a 10-day free trial when you subscribe to Foxtel Now’s Drama pack.