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FIRE COUNTRY Renewed for Season 3 of Production in BC

Max Thieriot’s Fire Country got an early renewal today for season 3 of production in British Columbia.

Fire Country is #2 among all broadcast dramas this season in the coveted 18-49 years-old demo, behind Tracker’s Super Bowl-inflated #1, according to TVLine. Both series film in BC.

What’s the hit CBS series about?

Seeking redemption and a shortened prison sentence, convict Bode Donovan (Max Thieriot) joined an inmate firefighting program in season one that returned him to his small Northern California hometown Edgewater, where he and other inmates worked alongside his family and other elite Cal Fire firefighters from Station 42 to extinguish massive blazes across the region.

Then in the season one finale, Bode tanked his own parole, sacrificing himself for fellow inmate and friend Freddy (W. Tre Davis).

After six months in prison, Bode returned for season 2 on the Three Rock crew and a lot of changes: Eve (Jules Latimer) took Manny’s place as boss of the inmate firefighters, Manny (Kevin Alejandro) is with Cal Fire Station 42; Jake (Jordan Calloway is a Cal Fire Captain; Gabrielle (Stephanie Arcila) is training as a paramedic and engaged to her trainer; and Bode finds out he could be a father.

To come is a potential spinoff series Sheriff Country starring Morena Baccarin.

Related: Sheriff Country Pilot With Morena Baccarin Filming This February in Vancouver

Fire Country Season 3:


BC filming dates:

Creators: Tony Phelan, Max Thieriot.

Showrunner: Tia Napolitano.

Cast: Max Thieriot, Kevin Alejandro, Billy Burke, Diane Farr, Stephanie Arcila, Jordan Calloway, Jules Latimer.

Season 2 recurring: Morena Baccarin, Tye White, Jason O’Mara, Rafael de la Fuente. Will they be back?

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