Colony season 3

Continuation of the American science fiction series created by the Legendary Television studio and directed by Juan José Campanella in 2016.

Release date tv series Colony season 3 scheduled, premiere of the new series will be held - January 13, 2018.


The multi-part film "Colony" by Juan José Campanella about the alien-occupied Los Angeles.

In the near future, alien beings capture the Earth and create reservations for the population. But the inhabitants of Los Angeles massively escape from the reservation, not wanting to serve the invaders.

The former FBI agent Bill Bowman needs to save his family and he begins to cooperate with the aliens. But he also joins the American resistance movement, which plans to destroy aliens.

The film "Colony" was shot on anti-utopian comics by Lark and Rukki, and the director made a bet on the psychological feelings of the residents of the occupied city and bright special effects.

America of the future is not to be recognized - it's a gloomy, futuristic world, which has been unrecognizably changed by innovations, technologies, experience and the intervention of guests from the Galaxy.

This world ruled by the 16 richest families, led by an invincible and invulnerable "Lazarus" - genetically modified creature, devoted to the owner. This will be the battle of Lazarus ...

Colony season 3 release date

Series titleRelease date
2x01Series 1January 13, 2018
2x02Series 2January 22, 2018
2x03Series 3January 29, 2018
2x04Series 4February 5, 2018
2x05Series 5February 12, 2018
2x06Series 6February 19, 2018
2x07Series 7February 26, 2018
2x08Series 8March 4, 2018
2x09Series 9March 11, 2018
2x10Series 10March 18, 2018



5 thoughts on “Colony season 3

  • 03/20/2017 at

    Thought this show got cancelled long ago.

  • 03/20/2017 at

    I don’t understand how Season 2 of Better Call Saul can stream the new episode 12 hours after it aired on tv, but other shows have to wait a full year after their linear broadcast? Workaholics and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia are also aired on Netflix/Hulu a full year their linear broadcast – but why not just offer those shows the day after airing at a higher NetFlix/Hulu pay tier?

  • 04/02/2017 at

    Wow, that was one intense episode of television. I really hope that NBC/Universal renews Colony because the series has me totally engrossed in it. I think the genius of the show is how the Hero is actually Proxy Snyder and not the Bowmans or Broussard. Now that we know the LA Bloc is scheduled for Total Rendition who do you trust to get you out of such a horrific situation? Proxy Snyder has the right blend of self-preservation, selfishness, human compassion and intelligence to be the right man (or person), in the right place, at the right time, to save the day even if it won’t be The Greatest Day. The Bowmans worry about their kids, Broussard carries guilt from actions in 2014, but Proxy Snyder is focused on the goal of survival without becoming Host Chum.

    One of the most powerful moments was the scene where Maddie asked Snyder about the Greatest Day. Nolan already set her up on how religious belief allows people to commit unthinkable acts with his response to her in the bedroom. As long as it is “true” they will be okay. Snyder burst her faith-based bubble with a cold dose of reality. The Greatest Day is a lie but a useful one to control people with which means the Hosts know how to manipulate humanity via religion. Do the Hosts believe in this story themselves? Who knows? Colony has kept them out of the way by focusing on how the humans of this narrative behave.

    So c’mon NBC/Universal, do the right thing and renew Colony for at least one more season. I want to see how this final chapter plays out over a season rather than cramming everything into one final episode that leaves more loose ends than a bad day at the taqueria.

  • 04/02/2017 at

    First Snyder is no longer Proxy and second he’s no hero or at least in the true sense of the meaning of being a hero. He’s self absorbed and only cares about himself. He only helps people if it suits his interests and gets what he wants. Yes he saved Bram from the labor camp but seeing the preview I believe he did it because he knows that Will can be of good use to him as he was in the past and more likely he’s going to Will to save his bacon IMHO and he may end up using saving Bram from the labor camp as an excuse to save himself.

    So he may seem like a hero but a true hero is selfless and we all know that Snyder is anything but selfless.

  • 04/02/2017 at

    I didn’t realize that people would be so pedantic but okay. Snyder may technically not be the Proxy of the LA Bloc this season but he will always be Proxy Snyder to me. He is now the power behind the office where he wants to be. One can be self-absorbed and still act in ways that benefits others. Have you ever met a politician? Most of them are extremely self-absorbed but sell their constituents on how they can address their needs making them worthy of their vote and support.

    So why is Snyder so interested in the Bowmans? Why help Bram in the work camp and save him when everyone else died? Does Snyder how a long-term strategy where he foresees needing Will & Katie Bowman to save his skin? Maybe he has a soft spot for Will & Katie because they are protective of their children. Maybe it is a combination of both.

    Only in fantasy, folktales and myths are the heroes truly selfless. No one person is totally “good,” or totally “evil.” We all exist somewhere along the spectrum of gray. Unless you are a Buddhist, what counts are your actions, not your intentions. Snyder has a bit more humanity than others in the Authority. He hated being Proxy and prefers to operate in the background. Nolan was someone who acted in a very selfish, self-centered manner in his professional and personal life. What redeeming characteristics did Nolan have versus Snyder? I think Snyder comes out ahead every time.

    A series like Colony is written in an intelligent manner where the characters aren’t presented as “White Hats” vs “Black Hats” and never the twain shall meet. You have our main characters acting with complex motives leading to conflicting actions that can help or harm depending on the outcome. That was the whole point behind calling this episode “Seppuku.” When I say that Snyder is the hero of this story, it doesn’t mean he is a morally and ethically upright human being. History is replete with case studies in the moral and ethical complexity of people we consider heroes.


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