Masters of the Air is officially in production and fans want to know when it'll be released.
The World War II drama from HBO first came to our screens in 2001, drawing in millions of viewers and winning a number of prestigious awards.
Season 2, called The Pacific, followed in 2010 and now we're all eagerly awaiting the third instalment.
Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming sequel.
Each miniseries focuses on a different section of the US armed forces during the second world war. They're based on the books by Donald L Millner, which contain true accounts from the service men of the Easy Company of the US Army, 101st Airborne Division.
Season 1 followed the story of a team of elite US paratroopers and season 2 turned our attention to three marines battling in the Pacific Theater during WW2. Season 3 looks set to be just as action-packed as it places the spotlight on the American 'bomber boys' who helped bring Hitler's Nazi Germany to its knees in the 1940s.
Masters of the Air will be released on Apple TV+. A release date hasn't been confirmed yet, but it'll probably be some time in late 2022 or early 2023.
Band of Brothers and The Pacific are available to watch on Apple TV+, Amazon Prime, Google Play, Youtube and HBO, but they're not currently on Netflix.
Austin Butler (Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) and Callum Turner (The Capture) will star in the third season. Butler will play Major Gale Cleven and Turner will play Major John Egan.
Joining them will be Raff Law, the son of Jude Law and Sadie Frost, who will play Sgt. Ken Lemmons. The 24-year-old only recently had his first starring role in Twist, the 2021 adaptation of Oliver Twist.
Other cast members include Anthony Boyle (Derry Girls) and Tommy Jessop (Line of Duty).
The last we heard, there's only one surviving member of the real Easy Company. His name is Col. Edward Shames and in 2018, at age 96, he reportedly appeared as a guest speaker at the annual Veteran's Breakfast hosted by the Government Employees Insurance Company (GEICO).
We believe him to still be alive. In 2020, he was interviewed by the Experimental Aircraft Association (EEA) for a blog post. Shames regularly attends the EEA Airventure Expo.
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