The final season of “Snow Country Train” has found a new home and plans to air next year

According to foreign media reports, the fourth and final seasons of “Snow Country Train,” which aired on March 28th in Beijing time, were abandoned by TNT, a Warner Bros. Discovery subsidiary, and AMC acquired the broadcasting rights. The first three seasons will be available on AMV+later this year, followed by the release of season four early next year.

Since its debut in 2015, the drama version has faced numerous setbacks, including several resignations of creative staff due to differences. It was released in 2020.

The story of what happens on a train carrying the remaining humans after the world turns into ice is based on an adaptation of Feng Junhao’s 2013 film and original manga. It premiered in 2020 and stars David Diggs, Jennifer Connery, Sean Bin, Alison Wright, and others.

The 2013 film adaptation, produced by Park Chan wook and starring Chris Evans, Song Kang ho, Tilda Swinton, Jamie Bell, and Ed Harris, tells the story of a sudden global impact caused by climate change. The train travels endlessly along the tracks, carrying the last surviving people on Earth. They are transported to their final destination, which becomes their “Snow Country Train,” where they fight against the power class for survival in this brutal journey.

The film’s worldwide box office earnings of $86.8 million earned it the Best Art Award and Best Director Award, respectively, at the Asia Pacific Film Festival and the Korean Blue Dragon Awards.

(Meng Qing)

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