Nearly a year ago, TNT cancelled its well-regarded “Snowpiercer” series after having aired three seasons. The trouble was a fourth season of the series was already shot and completed and thus left homeless.

At the time, the show’s production company Tomorrow Studios issued a joint statement saying: “We love Snowpiercer and believe Season 4 completes a story with incredible talent that will entertain viewers while exploring issues of climate change and class warfare.”

Then, Tomorrow Studios acquired the rights to control the franchise and began searching for a new partner so that the dystopian drama could “finish a great ride with the final season.”

Cut to this week and TV Line spike with cast member Mike O’Malley, who plays former brakeman Sam Roche, in the series and asked if those episodes will ever air. He says:

“I’m trying to get an answer on that. [There’s] incredible storytelling done by our [new] showrunner Paul Zbyszewski… that entire fourth season is in the can and that’s going to end up somewhere.”

Clark Gregg and Michael Aronov would’ve joined the cast in the new run. Asked if the fourth season was planned as a final season, it wasn’t it seems but it was constructed in a way that serves as an ending:

“We were actually hoping that we’d keep going, but I think there’s an ending to that where it could be the end, and it’s very hopeful…. So I really, really can’t wait for that show to get out there and for people to see it, because it’s awesome.”

The first three seasons of “Snowpiercer” were pulled from Max earlier this year, but are available on VOD services and are streaming internationally on Netflix.

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