Warning: This article contains spoilers for Sweet Tooth Season 2.

Netflix’s Sweet Tooth has officially been renewed for Season 3.

Fans of the show have genuinely fallen in love with Gus (Christian Convery), the deer-human hybrid who grew up far from the bigoted wide world with his “Pubba” (Will Forte). It has now been confirmed that the story will continue beyond the end of the second season, which recently landed on the streamer.

It’s a bittersweet announcement, however, as it will be the final chapter in Gus’ story. Here’s everything we know about Sweet Tooth’s recently confirmed third season on Netflix.

Will there be a Sweet Tooth Season 3?

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Yes! Netflix has confirmed that Gus and co will be back on screens for a third episode. The cast celebrated in a cute video Taking to social media, Convery said, “Sweet Tooth is coming back for Season 3.”

Nonso Anozie, who plays Jepp, the former football ace who became Gus’ friend and protector, exclaimed, “Season 3!”

Meanwhile, Convery added, “We’re so excited to share the final chapter of Gus’ story with you and we can’t wait to tell you all about it.”

The video ends with the teasing that Season 3 will be “coming soon”.

Sweet Tooth season 3 release date speculation

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Sweet Tooth Season 3 doesn’t have a confirmed release date yet, but we have a good guess.

Season 1 of the series was released in June 2021, with Season 2 coming almost two years later in April 2023. However, there were complications during the production of Season 2 in New Zealand due to the COVID pandemic.

We’d expect Sweet Tooth to stop by Late 2024/early 2025 to Considering Netflix has confirmed it’s “coming soon,” we might not have to wait that long.

Sweet Tooth Stars: Who Could Return?

Naledi Murray as Wendy in Sweet Tooth

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Of course, we’d expect many of our favorites to return, including:

  • Christian Convery as Gus
  • Nonso Anozie as Jepp
  • Adeel Akhtar as Dr. singh
  • Aliza Vellani as Rani Singh
  • Naledi Murray as Wendy
  • Josh Brolin as the narrator

A character’s destiny is in the air. The evil General Abbot, played by Neil Sandilands, was injected with H5G9 before being trampled by bison in the Season 2 finale – but whether he’s really gone forever remains to be seen. When asked if he was dead, showrunner Jim Mickle simply told Tudum, “Maybe.”

His brother Johnny, played by Marlon Williams, is unlikely to return as he was murdered by the General after trying to stop him from entering Gus’ house.

Another character who didn’t make it out alive was little Roy, who was murdered early in the season, while kindhearted Aimee Eden, played by Dania Ramirez, tragically dies at the end of season two, refusing to do anything accept treatment from the blood of hybrids.

Mickle said of her death, “Aimee, who was already ill when she found the strength to take part in the final battle at Yellowstone, eventually died of the virus.”

Sweet Tooth Season 3 Storyline: What Could Happen?

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Season 2 ended with Gus, Jepp, Becky and Wendy on their way to find Birdie in Alaska.

Mickle said, “Season 1 was a trip from Wyoming to Colorado. Now, as he travels from Wyoming to Alaska to find his mother, Gus realizes that it’s not just about reconnecting with family, but actually helping her do what she set out to do to do, namely to save the world from the sick.

“Season 2 ends with Gus at the beginning of this journey.”

Is there a trailer for Sweet Tooth 3?

There’s no trailer for Season 3 yet, but we’ll update this page as soon as we know more.

In the meantime, check out the Season 3 announcement video!

Sweet Tooth seasons 1 and 2 are now streaming on Netflix. Check out our guides to the best series on Netflix and the best movies on Netflix.

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