The three-year wait for Jack Ryan Season 3 felt like its own impossible mission. Since the release of its second season in 2019, the spy thriller series has been teasing its third season. Finally, we have a release date: the series will be available this winter. Not only that, but there have been several updates to the brand-new season of the Prime Video original series. But more on that later.
Ryan, Jack Season 3 follows the CIA’s star analyst-turned-spy on yet another explosive mission, full of tension and thrills. The second season concluded with Ryan’s perilous experiences in Venezuela and his narrow escapes, as well as some unanswered questions.
All of this and more will be addressed in the third season. If not, there is always the upcoming fourth season to look forward to. Yes, it is taking place! According to reports, the fourth and final season of the series will premiere sometime next year.
The political action thriller, starring John Krasinski, is based on novelist Tom Clancy’s eponymous series and was created by Carlton Cuse and Graham Roland. Krasinski is also one of the show’s executive producers and will direct the third season, which sounds promising given his success as a director with The Quiet Place and its sequel, both of which he wrote and directed.
When Is Jack Ryan Season 3 Coming Out?
Jack Ryan Season 3 is getting a Christmas release, set to arrive on Prime Video for streaming on and from Wednesday, December 21, 2022. You can bookmark the show’s landing page on the streaming service by heading to the following link.
Is There a Jack Ryan Season 3 Trailer?
This is most likely the only thing about the new season of the spy show that hasn’t made headlines. There is no official trailer for Jack Ryan Season 3 yet, but stay tuned as we bring you trailer news and clip/s as they become available. Meanwhile, you can refresh your memory with this clip from the second season, which is considered to be one of the best scenes of the season.
In this clip, we see Ryan and his boss/partner, James Greer (Wendell Pierce), and Michael Kelly‘s Mike November escape the U.S. Embassy in Venezuela when a riot breaks out and the building is under siege.