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The CW Renews Bulletproof For A Third Season

The third season of Bulletproof has been ordered by the CW. Bishop and Pike will be back to television screens with a new season of criminal cases but American viewers have to wait till 2021 to witness their undeniable chemistry again. The third season was originally supposed to release in autumn 2020 but it has been pushed to 2021, possibly due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The upcoming season will consist of three special episodes in which the two NCA agents will collide with the South African underworld. Much of the filming for season three had been completed before the COVID-19 lockdown, so the story will feature real locations from Cape Town among other places in South Africa.

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Ashley Walters and Noel Clarke in Bulletproof | Source: IMDb

Bulletproof follows the lives of two completely polar National Crime Agency agents Ronnie Pike, played by Ashley Walters, and Aaron Bishop, played by Noel Clarke, who work together to track down wanted criminals. Their chase often takes them around the world.

The first two seasons of the show received extremely positive ratings in the UK, with the chemistry between Walters and Clarke being the main attraction of the action-comedy. However, the second season saw a record decline in viewership among American audiences. It became one of the lowest-rated shows on the summer line up of the CW.

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Lindsey Coulson as Sarah Tanner, Ronnie and Pike’s boss | Source: IMDb

Ashley Walters, Noel Clarke, Lindsey Coulson, Jason Maza, David Elliot, Olivia Chenery, Lucie Shorthouse, Lee Ross, Vanessa Vanderpuye, and Jodie Campbell are set to reprise their roles in the third season.

No premiere date has been announced for the release of the third season.

Catch up on the first two seasons of Bulletproof- both seasons are available to stream on the CW app.

Are you excited about the third season of Bulletproof?

About Bulletproof:

Bulletproof is a UK series that revolves around NCA agents Ronnie Pike and Aaron Bishop, who have been brought up very differently. Despite their differences in outlook, the two work together to crack cases and track down criminals all over the world.

The show is inspired by Lethal Weapon and Bad Boys. Bulletproof first aired on Sky One. Later, the CW made it available to the American audiences.

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