Animal Kingdom, one of the famous franchises, has planned the renewal of the series for the fifth season.
The pandemic situations brought a big halt after the Animal Kingdom season 4. The fourth season overwhelmed the audience, and they were craving for the fifth season. The officials have announced the Animal Kingdom Season’s premiering, and here is all you need to know.
After almost one year and a half of the pandemic condition, the TNT series is all set to make its comeback on the screens with Animal Kingdom Season 5. Another good news for the fans is the TNT series has geared up to kick start the production of Season 6 that will bring a fresh touch to the show. The production process has begun under the safety protocols in September.
Animal Kingdom Season 4
The audience witnessed an action-thriller journey in the past parts of the Animal Kingdom series. The storyline of the show revolved around the primary characters Smurf and Cody. They depicted the characters of thieves hassling around several parts of the world robbing for survival.
The viewers loved the plot and screenplay of the story, and the announcement of the fifth and sixth seasons further delighted them. Fans were happy about the comeback of their favorite stars. However, the fans may be disheartened by the sad news that the sixth season could last.
When Will the Animal Kingdom Season 5 Premiere?
According to officials’ leaks, the audience can expect to watch the fifth season of Animal Kingdom around summer 2021. The release date was confirmed with the launch of the official teaser. Actor Shawn Hatosy, the popular face from the series, highlighted the wrapping of the Season 5 shooting around December 2020, which lightens the hope for a release in early 2021.
Who is Returning for Animal Kingdom Season 5?
According to news, season 5 of Animal Kingdom will bring a bag full of characters from the previous seasons. Hatosy’s Pope, Jake Weary’s Deran, Cole’s J, and Ben Robson’s Craig are some of the prominent names that pop out on the show’s official website.
— Animal Kingdom (@AnimalKingdom) April 1, 2021