Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler Gets Season 3 Trailer

Batman’s Butler is coming to HBO Max.

The streamer released the first trailer for Season 3 of Pennyworth: The Origins of Batman’s Butler on Wednesday, showcasing the latest chapter in Alfred Pennyworth’s story. The new season premieres on Thursday, October 6 with three episodes, followed by a weekly episode through November 24.

The DC origin series Jack Bannon as the titular butler who is also a former British SAS soldier. He starts a security company in 1960s London and works with young billionaire Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge) and his wife Martha (Emma Paetz) before they become Bruce Wayne’s parents. The third season of the thriller begins after a time jump of five years. Now that the civil war is over, a revolution has changed the world and ushered in a new age of superheroes and supervillains.

The series cast includes Bannon, Aldridge, Paetz, Paloma Faith, Ryan Fletcher, Dorothy Atkinson, Ramon Tikaram, Harriet Slater and Simon Manyonda.

Season 3 marks the first time the series will premiere directly on HBO Max. The final two seasons of the show, then called Pennyworth, originally aired on Epix. The series title has since been changed to Pennyworth: The Origins of Batman’s Butler.

The Warner Bros. Television 10-episode series is based on DC characters created by Bob Kane with Bill Finger and is executive produced by Bruno Heller, Matthew Patnick, Danny Cannon and John Stephens. The series is being produced in the UK at Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden.

Check out the full trailer below.


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