National Treasure Season 3: Everything you should know!
National Treasure is a 2016 British television drama by Channel 4 written by Jack Thorne. It stars Robbie Coltrane as Paul Finchley, a successful comedian of the 1980s and 1990s who is now hosting a television quiz show.
He is accused of raping several young women in the early 1990s. Julie Walters plays his wife Mary, and Andrea Riseborough plays his daughter Dee. The play is inspired by Operation Yewtree, a police operation that resulted in the prosecution of several veteran TV actors.
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With a Metacritic rating of 81 out of 100 based on 21 reviews, National Treasure received universal acclaim from critics.
Is National Treasure Season 3 Renewed by Disney?
National Treasure 3 was officially confirmed by officials earlier this year. The film series is bringing back its third sequel of the famous adventure film and fans are happy to hear the news.
When will National Treasure Season 3 Released on Disney+?
National Treasure Season 3 will be a sequel to Season 2. John Turteltaub is directing this film. Season 2 was released in 2007, and now it’s almost over 13 years, still, fans are eagerly waiting for Part 3.
In March, the makers and CEO of this franchise announced that Season 3 of Treasure Hunt is in production. The wait is over and in the next few years, The National Treasure will hit the screens. The release date is not yet confirmed, so we will update you soon once it is confirmed.
Which Celebs are returning for the Cast of National Treasure Season 3?
No official announcement has been made regarding the cast of the series, but according to Bruckheimer, the show will retain the same concept as the films, while featuring a much younger cast.
The National Treasure series will be Alexis’ third major screen credit and first lead role, after starring in Total Eclipse with Mackenzie Ziegler and starring in this year’s indie horror film, We Need to Do Something.
The Wibberleys, Jerry Bruckheimer, and John Turteltaub will executive produce the series with Rick Muiragui serving as a writer as well as Jerry Bruckheimer Television’s Jonathan Littman and Christine Reid.
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National Treasure Review!
There are loopholes here, such as the subsequent story of Dee, Paul, and Mary’s troubled adult daughter. The way her issues complicate the lives of her parents is intriguing, but sometimes feels a bit cumbersome and slows down in the middle of the story,
When it could use some extra momentum. Riseborough creates a character that can feel like a cliché in someone damaged but alive. And while there are some tough scenes to watch in this series,
Watching Walters portray Mary’s silent devastation proves to be the hardest of them all. Tim McInerney makes a steady and sympathetic presence as Paul’s longtime friend and participant in the comedy, who shares his bond with Mary.