This story contains spoilers for the season 2 finale of The White Lotus.
Maybe Johnny Knoxville was right after all. Last week, the Jackass star said Season 3 of White Lotus could take place in Asia. In an interview with Vulture, Knoxville said Mike White, creator of The White Lotus, is “a very close friend”. “He and I were in Tokyo together,” Knoxville explained. “I think that’s next, but… Ah, I didn’t give you anything. I may call him as soon as this is over. ”
Fans of the show were taken aback by the alleged slip-up. Now, series executive David Bernard, his producer, told Deadline about where the third season will be. “We have tried a lot to work in Asia and hopefully season 3 will be our chance to make a difference here,” he said. Well you have it. If that’s not enough validation, I don’t know what.
Read on to find out everything we know about the upcoming season of White Lotus.
What’s next for the White Lotus cast?
Since The White Lotus is an anthology series (the seasons aren’t completely connected, of course), pretty much anything can happen in Season 3. But we may already know what the next season will be about. Series creator Mike White didn’t allow us to recuperate at home and give Tanya and the few men she murdered enough tea, saying in a post-episode interview that the show’s next We started talking cheerfully about the season. And guess what? White Lotus season 3 seems to work very well as a quasi-sequel to tonight’s fateful showdown.
“What do you think is going on in the conspiracy of Greg and Tanya’s death? I think Portia is scared and should be left alone, but I feel the fact that all these people are dead on the boat. There has to be someone who can track down the return to Greg, but we may have to wait to find out what happens.”
What can we expect thematically in the future? Well, the first iteration of The White Lotus used a (tense as hell) holiday backdrop to explore larger social issues. Set on the beautiful island of Hawaii, the show showed how travelers often visit new destinations, abuse their resources, and in turn abuse their people, and then leave without a second thought. I think we can all agree that 2 went through the power of attraction and sex, and here’s what’s in store for Round 3, according to White.
“The first season was about money and the second was about sex.” , I feel like it would be a rich tapestry if I tried White Lotus again.”
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Where will the next season of The White Lotus take place?
Ahead of the post-finale interview, White stated that he would like White Lotus season 3 to take place overseas.In an interview with Deadline, he said: But if so, I think it would be fun.
Who could appear in The White Lotus Season 3?
Each season of The White Lotus features a new cast, with the exception of the lone returning player, Jennifier Coolidge. For her performance as the actress who played desperate multi-millionaire Tanya McCoyd, Coolidge won her first Emmy Award in 2022. Given Tanya’s fate, she’s clearly not on our future vacation itineraries unless it’s a flashback.
With any luck, season 3 could have Evan Peters. While speaking to Deadline, Bernard also revealed that the American Horror Story star is in talks to play Ethan.
“This role is my last role of the season and was originally going to play Evan Peters,” Bernard explained. “But for some reason – planning or timing – it didn’t work out.” The role ultimately went to Will Sharpe, who played the character perfectly, but that doesn’t mean Peters will ever be on the show. No. White could bring in Evans in season 3 if his fate is like Megan Faye as Daphne last season.
Fahy said she auditioned for the role of D’Addario in Alexandria in Season 1 before snagging her part in Season 2. “She was insanely good and she’s sure hundreds of other people auditioned for her,” she said. “I still can’t believe I’m in this season. It’s been an incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience for many reasons.”
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