Jeremy Renner Series ‘Mayor of Kingstown’ Confirms Season 3

The third season of Mayor of Kingstown has been formally renewed by Paramount+. The principal actor of the programme, Jeremy Renner, who is best known for his role as Clint Barton/Hawkeye in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, was seriously injured in a snowplough accident on New Year’s Day of last year, leaving him in the ICU with more than 30 broken bones. This past March, the second season of the Paramount+ show, which stars Jeremy Renner as the unofficial mayor of a town plagued by crime, came to an end.
Nine months after Renner’s potentially fatal tragedy, season 3 of Mayor of Kingstown has now been formally renewed by Paramount+. The programme was reportedly secretly renewed for a third season several months ago, but a formal announcement was postponed while Renner recovered from his wounds.

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Release Date

The renewal of Mayor of Kingstown does not come with an official release date for season 3. The WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes are now causing an industry shutdown. Creator Taylor Sheridan and the show’s writers room won’t be allowed to begin work on the season 3 scripts until the writers’ fight for fair pay is resolved. The writers’ strike began on May 2. Renner and the cast of Mayor of Kingstown won’t be able to return and shoot season 3 unless actors on strike for fair pay come to an agreement with the AMPTP.

Additional Details 

Renner should have additional time to recover from his severe injuries as a result of the strikes before resuming work on season 3. In May, Renner posted on social media that his recuperation was going well and that he had begun light jogging on a treadmill for the first time since being admitted to the hospital. Renner previewed Mayor of Kingstown season 3 on social media before it was formally renewed and claimed to have begun psychologically preparing for it. Given the current situation, Renner should have plenty of time given season 3 won’t premiere until late 2024.

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