The Split Season 3 Premiere Date? Sundance Now Renewal & Release 2022




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The Split Premiere Date/Status

The Split SEASON 3 Renewed On Sundance Now

The Split Season 3 ReleaseJune 23, 2022



The Split TV Series Information

FINAL SEASON OF "THE SPLIT" PREMIERES JUNE 23 ON SUNDANCE NOW

Sundance Now Original To Make Its Linear Debut on BBC America on June 27 at 11:00pm ET/PT

Sundance Now today released the premiere date, trailer, first look photos, and key art for the third and final season of their original series The Split, an emotional drama starring Nicola Walker (Last Tango In Halifax, Unforgotten) and Stephen Mangan (Episodes).

Set in the fast-paced, complex world of London's high-end divorce circuit, the series is an authentic, multi-layered and witty examination of modern marriage and the legacy of divorce. The Split will debut with a two-episode premiere on Thursday, June 23 streaming on both Sundance Now and AMC+. The Split will make its linear debut on Monday, June 27 at 11:00pm ET/PT on BBC America with new episodes airing weekly.

Following the messy lives of the three Defoe sisters, Hannah (Walker), Nina (Annabel Scholey, Being Human) and Rose (Fiona Button, Lip Service) and their formidable mother Ruth (Deborah Findlay, Leaving), series creator and writer Abi Morgan (The Hour, River, Suffragette) will make her directorial debut and conclude the trilogy with the most dramatic and heartbreaking season to date, as we watch a divorce lawyer confronted by her very own divorce.

Adding fuel to the fire, the catalyst to the breakdown of Hannah and Nathan's marriage, Christie (Barry Atsma, Hector And The Search For Happiness), will return, which sees Hannah and Nathan's (Mangan) formerly rock-solid marriage unravel as they try to come to an amicable separation agreement. As Hannah and Nathan begin to divide up their 20 years together, Hannah faces what she is about to lose and a shocking revelation dramatically changes the stakes. As the battlelines are redrawn, we wonder if their dream of achieving the 'good divorce' is even possible. Will they find a path through the wreckage, or is The Split simply too deep to repair?

Created, written and co-directed by Abi Morgan, The Split is produced by SISTER for BBC One, co-produced with Little Chick and AMC Networks, and was re-commissioned by Piers Wenger, Director of BBC Drama, Charlotte Moore, Chief Content Officer BBC and AMC Networks. Season three is executive produced by SISTER Co-Founder Jane Featherstone (Chernobyl, Giri-Haji, Utopia), writer and creator Abi Morgan (River, Suffragette, The Hour), Lucy Dyke (Black Mirror, Ripper Street) and Lucy Richer for the BBC. Dee Koppang O'Leary (Bridgerton, The Crown) boards as the lead director. BBC Studios is handling global distribution.

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Production Begins on BBC One, BBC AMERICA and Sister's Third and Final Series of The Split

Further cast announcements include the return of BARRY ATSMA as Christie, CHUKWUDI IWUJI as Zander and DAMIEN MOLONY as Tyler

Joining the cast will be LARA PULVER (Sherlock)

Dee Koppang O'Leary (Bridgerton, The Crown) begins as lead director

New York, NY - Today, BBC One, BBC America and SISTER are delighted to announce that production has started in London on Abi Morgan's returning drama - The Split - for the final part of its trilogy. The series will once again be distributed internationally by BBC Studios.

The highly anticipated series, set in the fast-paced, complex world of London's high-end divorce circuit is created by BAFTA and EMMY award winning writer Abi Morgan (River, Suffragette, The Hour) and Executive Producers Jane Featherstone (Chernobyl, Giri-Haji, Utopia), Lucy Dyke (The Split, Black Mirror, Ripper Street) and Lucy Richer (Small Axe, The Salisbury Poisonings, The A Word).

Alongside the returning three Defoe sisters (Nicola Walker, Annabel Scholey and Fiona Button), their formidable mother Ruth (Deborah Findlay) and Hannah's husband Nathan (Stephen Mangan), the production today reveals the eagerly awaited return of Christie played by Barry Atsma; the catalyst to the breakdown of Hannah and Nathan's marriage in series two.

Also returning to The Split for its final series are Damien Molony (Tyler), Chukwudi Iwuji (Zander), Rudi Dharmalingham (James), Elizabeth Roberts (Liv Stern), Ian McElhinney (Prof Ronnie), Anna Chancellor (Melanie Aickman) and Kobna Holdbrook-Smith (Glen Peters), reprising his role as the Vicar who married Rose and James in season one.

Joining this formidable group is Lara Pulver (Sherlock) playing Kate, a leading child psychologist whose arrival adds a whole new layer of complexity to Morgan's multi-layered examination of divorce and modern marriage. This farewell series, equal parts electrifying, witty and heart-breaking, continues to put the Defoe sisters and their matriarch at its heart; a group of powerful women working together to help their clients, their colleagues and each other as they continue to navigate the messiness of life.

After audiences were left reeling by the collapse of Hannah and Nathan's marriage at the end of series two, we join them again ten months on, following the two divorce lawyers as they negotiate their way through their own separation. With Dee Koppang O'Leary (Bridgerton, The Crown) boarding as lead director, Abi Morgan will conclude the trilogy with the most heart-warming and heart-breaking series to date as we watch a divorce lawyer confronted with her own divorce. With Christie making a return combined with a shocking revelation, will Hannah and Nathan repair their broken marriage, or is The Split simply too deep to repair?

Abi Morgan says "For every writer there are characters that stay with them, long after a show is over, Hannah Defoe and her family are just that, and it's been a welcome balm after a difficult year globally, to reunite this brilliant cast. The Split has been building to this exhilarating final act for the Defoes as they navigate their way through the marital make up and break up, both personally and professionally, at Noble, Hale and Defoe. They say you can't have new beginnings without endings, and I want to say a big thank you to the BBC and AMC, and the fans who have kept running by our side."

Sister Co-Founder Jane Featherstone and Executive Producer Lucy Dyke said, "We're delighted to start production on this glorious third series of The Split. Abi's scripts are beautiful and we can't wait for our wonderful cast to bring them to life in the hands of lead-director Dee Koppang O'Leary. We're also thrilled to be adding Lara Pulver to our Split family this season. Our thanks to the BBC and AMC Networks for their continued commitment and unwavering support. The final part of Hannah and Nathan's story is, as expected, very emotional - be prepared for tears!"

Lucy Richer, Executive Producer for the BBC, says, "The Split is one of our most-loved and most-talked about drama series and we're thrilled to be back in production with Series 3. As ever, Abi Morgan's incredible writing sparkles with truth and honesty, wit and heartbreak. It is fantastic to be back with the Defoes, with Hannah and Nathan facing their biggest challenge yet - how to survive the break up of their marriage, and navigate their own divorce".

Dan McDermott, president of original programming for AMC Networks says, "We're excited to start production on The Split's final series, which will offer BBC America viewers and Sundance Now subscribers the perfect send off for this acclaimed British drama."

The Split Series 3 will air in 2022. Further TX details to be confirmed.

In the U.S. The Split, Series 3 will air on BBC America and be available to stream on AMC Networks' streaming service Sundance Now, which also has the first two seasons available now to watch anytime.

About The Split

Created and written by Abi Morgan, The Split is produced by SISTER for BBC One, co-produced with Little Chick and BBC America, and was re-commissioned by Piers Wenger, Director of BBC Drama, Charlotte Moore, Chief Content Officer BBC and Kristin Jones, EVP of international programming, AMC Networks. Series Three is executive produced by SISTER Co- Founder Jane Featherstone (Chernobyl, Giri-Haji, Utopia), writer and creator Abi Morgan (River, Suffragette, The Hour), Lucy Dyke (Black Mirror, Ripper Street) and Lucy Richer for the BBC. Dee Koppang O'Leary (Bridgerton, The Crown) boards as the lead director with Sumrah Mohammed and Emma Genders producing. Casting continues with filming due to start in 2021.

The second series, which averaged over 6 million viewers and over 19 million streams, became the third most watched drama series on BBC iPlayer in 2020 (does not include continuing drama titles).

The Split Series one and two are available on BBC iPlayer to stream now.

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SUNDANCETV'S THE SPLIT DELVES INTO THE MESSY WORLD OF LONDON'S HIGH-END DIVORCE CIRCUIT WITH SOPHOMORE SEASON PREMIERING WEDNESDAY, MAY 21 AT MIDNIGHT ET / 9PM PT

SUNDANCETVs fast-paced, multi-layered drama The Split is set to return on Wednesday, May 21 at 12 AM ET. Helmed by award-winning writer Abi Morgan (The Iron Lady) and executive producer Jane Featherstone (Chernobyl) , this witty examination of modern marriage explores the often-complex realities that bind families together and tears them apart. The series follows the three Defoe sisters, Hannah (Nicola Walker, River, Last Tango In Halifax), Nina (Annabel Scholey, Being Human) and Rose (Fiona Button, Lip Service) and their formidable mother Ruth (Deborah Findlay, Leaving).

At the end of the first season, Hannah's formerly rock-solid marriage was beginning to crack following the devastating revelation of Nathan's (Stephen Mangan) affair. For the rest of the family, and Hannah, joy had turned to tragedy as estranged father Oscar (Anthony Head) passed away the night of Rose and James' (Rudi Dharmalingam, Our Girl) wedding. Struggling with the grief of losing her father for the second time in her life and with Christie (Barry Atsma) having made his feelings for her clear, Hannah was torn between her past and the promise of a different future.

Now the Defoes are back, at newly merged law firm Noble Hale Defoe, and as former rivals now find themselves on the same side of the table, Hannah's latest case is set to put NHD firmly on the map. Meanwhile, Rose and James return from their honeymoon with ambitions to start their own family and Nina teeters on the edge, as the consequences of her erratic behavior finally catch up with her. Ruth, now forced out from her role as head of the family firm, must search for a new purpose in her life.

Created and written by Abi Morgan, The Split is produced by Sister Pictures for BBC One, co-produced with SundanceTV, and was re-commissioned by Piers Wenger, Controller of BBC Drama, and Charlotte Moore, Director of BBC Content. Series Two is executive produced by Sister Pictures Founder Jane Featherstone (Broadchurch, Humans, River), writer and creator Abi Morgan (River, Suffragette, The Hour), Lucy Dyke (Black Mirror, Ripper Street) and Lucy Richer for the BBC. Paula van der Oest boards as director with Natasha Romaniuk producing.

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