Award Winning Drama Series Top Boy Season 3 Will Be Its Final Season

Prepare for Top Boy Season 3 launching on September 3

Barry Keoghan and Brian Gleeson are set to appear in Top Boy Season 3, the final season of the British television crime drama series. Written by Ronan Bennett, the show centers on two drug dealers, Dushane (Ashley Walters) and Sully (Kane Robinson), as well as other people involved in drug trafficking and gang warfare in the city of London.

Top Boy Season 3 is actually the fifth and final installment of the series as the first two series were broadcasted on the British free-to-air public broadcast television channel, Channel 4. Audiences have been riveted by this tense thriller, famed for its depiction of drug lords’ unrelenting quest for power and fortune. The most recent trailer for the Netflix British series promises viewers a satisfying conclusion and teases a climax of epic drama.

Following its first and second series, the show was canceled but Netflix was able to pick the show back up following a huge spike of demand. The countdown to the climactic finish, which is expected to capture the true core of the series, starts now following the reveal of the final season’s trailer that dropped yesterday.

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The looming end of Top Boy Season 3 depends heavily on the unresolved fallout from the previous season’s events. Jamie was a key figure in Dushane’s retirement preparations, so Sully’s surprise murder of him raises concerns about what will become of their animosity.

Jamie’s brothers Stef and Aaron are ready to take revenge among the upheaval. The lingering presence of Liverpool-based thug Curtis and his crew raises the stakes because Sully’s warnings may not deter them from seeking retribution. They are after Jaq and Lauryn, Curtis’ pregnant ex.

The finale will star Little Simz, Dave, Jasmine Job, Araloyin Oshunremi, Hope Ikpoku Jr, Saffron Hocking, Lisa Dawn, and Theo Ogundipe who are all continuing in their respective roles. Make sure to check out the official trailer below for the Netflix British series, which arrives on September 3.

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