With the glimmering success of the first two seasons, fans are expecting the third season of 'Biohackers' to be approved soon.
The German techno-thriller has gotten a lot of eyes in the first and second seasons. Fans are expecting a third season of Biohackers to happen soon. People who have watched the show are ardently waiting for more, according to Netflix Life. It became popular enough to get a second season approval a week after the show was released.
The showrunner and director of Biohackers is Christian Ditter who is teamed up with talented writers like Tanja Bubbel, Nikolaus Schulz-Dornburg and Johanna Thalmann, whose work has made this show popular. It incorporates elements of drama, thriller, and science fiction to create the perfect binge-able show. It is acclaimed enough for the journal Science to publish a review revering the show for its authenticity about laboratory scenes.
Biohackers follows a university student, Mia, who has joined one of the best medical institutions in Germany. She meets her roommates who are all in the field of using biomechanics. However, as she meets this guy who works at the lab with the esteemed Professor Loren, she too is enticed to join her team. As she joins the team and gains the respect of her professor, she uncovers something incriminating, she vows to avenge her brother in the process. As Mia breaks the pencil in half, she says, “I’m going to ruin her.”
While there hasn’t been any news from Netflix regarding a third season, fans are optimistic that they will get one. There are two seasons currently streaming on Netflix, season one came out on August 20, 2020, and the second season premiered on July 9, 2021. There are generally six episodes every season ranging from 41-47 minutes each so the next season can be expected to have the same amount of episodes ranging with a similar episode length.
Spoiler Alert! The second season ended with Professor Lorenz shot and dead, with Mia driving off in a rental van. The third season could feature Mia dodging problems caused by the death of Lorenz and her difficulties with the brain degenerative Creutzfeldt–Jakob disease that is causing her to rapidly lose her memory. Additionally, another main character Andreas Winter also dies leaving Netflix and the showrunners with much wiggle room to tie up the loose ends in the third season.
It is expected for the main cast like Luna Wedler as Emma "Mia Akerlund" Engels, Thomas Prenn as Niklas, Adrian Julius Tillmann as Jasper, Jing Xiang as Chen-Lu, Caro Cult as Lotta and Sebastian Jakob Doppelbauer as Ole to be there. However, it is highly probable for the show to feature a flashback scene with Jessica Schwarz who plays Tanja Lorenz. Recurring cast members like Edith Saldanha as Monique, Zeynep Bozbay as Petra Eller, Benno Fürmann as Andreas Winter and Thomas Kretschmann as Baron von Fürstenberg (who made an appearance in second season of the show) may also be expected to contribute to the storylines in the next season.
No official release date exists yet for Biohackers season 3, and it may be a while before one is made public, most likely after a renewal happens. The first seasons arrived in the summer of 2020 and 2021, meaning the summer of this year could be a good bet as to when new episodes could arrive on Netflix.
Biohackers Seasons one and two are currently streaming on Netflix.