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Big Timber Season 3: Netflix Release Date And Latest News

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Big Timber Season 3: Netflix Release Date And Latest News

The reality TV series Big Timber has left fans wanting more from one of Canada's biggest logging empires.

Season 2 of the series was launched earlier this month on Netflix although it was originally released on the Canadian History Channel back in October 2021. The show follows the treacherous work of the Wenstob Timber's family-owned logging company as they navigate their dangerous job.

Here’s everything we know so far about Big Timber Season 3:

In the recent season, Kevin Wenstob's crew have to find new ways to find logs after their claim up on Klitsa Mountain gets snowed in. Viewers have described the show as "perfect TV" and one of the best series on Netflix.

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It's no surprise that fans are already asking about a third season. With the extent of the loggers' success on TV and Netflix, there is speculation of another season being planned. However, the creators of the show have yet to confirm the series' renewal or a release date.

Who is the cast of Big Timber Season 3:

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Another season would showcase new adventures of Kevin Wenstob who runs the lumber mill with his wife Sarah Fleming and his two sons Jack and Erik.

Alongside his family, Wenstob's crew includes Coleman Willner, "Firewood" John Brebber, Glen Fox, Shanise, and Tyler Lindsay.

When is Big Timber Season 3 coming out?

There are prediction of a third season premiering this time next year, but the show creators, History channel and Netflix have yet to announce or confirm any details of any upcoming seasons.

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Where to watch Big Timber Season 3:

The series was originally broadcasted by the Canadian History channel with the first season landing on screens in October 2020. The show garnered a huge fanbase within the first season with Netflix later picking it up. The same happened with the second season which the streaming giant launched months later it first appeared on the Canadian channel.

A third season will likely follow a similar pattern where it can first be found on the history channel, and eventually then on Netflix.

Featured Image Credit: Netflix

Topics: Netflix, TV and Film

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