Glitch Season 3

Glitch Season 3

Filming is underway in Melbourne on Season 3 of the Logie and AACTA award-winning, ABC and Netflix paranormal drama series, Glitch.

With new characters, shocking twists, and unexpected turns, Season 3 will keep viewers on the edge of their seats for one final epic chapter.

Across six compelling episodes, we follow the Risen as they move beyond Yoorana and into the wider world. However, with the invisible boundary shattered, all the rules have now changed. They cannot escape their past or anticipate who is now pursuing them, and with an unpredictable threat looming, each will be confronted with a critical choice and a moment of truth.

Returning for Season 3 is the extraordinary Glitch ensemble cast, including Patrick Brammall, Emma Booth, Rodger Corser, Sean Keenan, Hannah Monson, John Leary, Aaron McGrath, Rob Collins, Luke Arnold and Swedish legend Pernilla August. This season we also welcome new cast members including Jessica Faulkner, Harry Tseng, Jackson Gallagher, Dustin Clare, Susan Prior and Anna McGahn.

ABC Head of Scripted Production Sally Riley said, "We are so proud of Glitch and storytelling risks it takes. The stellar creative team have taken the show to a whole other level and Season 3 promises to be a thrilling and hugely emotional journey for our Risen and for our audiences."

Co-creators Tony Ayres and Louise Fox bring to an end what they created, along with the writing team of Louise Fox, Giula Sandler and Pete McTighe working at the height of their powers, and the award-winning Emma Freeman returning to direct all six episodes.

"It's a pleasure and a privilege to complete the Glitch ride with so many of the great people who we started with. We're thrilled to finish the story exactly the way we always wanted to," says showrunner Louise Fox.

Filming of Glitch will take place in and around Melbourne and regional Victoria over the next 11 weeks, with the series airing on ABC in 2019.

Production Credits: A Matchbox Pictures production with investment from ABC and Netflix, in association with Film Victoria. Director and Associate Producer Emma Freeman. Executive Producers: Tony Ayres and Louise Fox. Produced by Julie Eckersley. ABC Executive Producers Sally Riley & Brett Sleigh. International sales handled by NBCUniversal International Distribution.