Troppo Season 3 Release Date

Will the crime series starring Thomas Jane return for season third on Amazon Prime?

Troppo Season 3 Release Date

Troppo creator Yolanda Ramke hasn't yet ruled out a season third for the drama TV Show. If ratings permitting it will return at Friday, July 4, 2025 same time. Here's everything we know about the upcoming season of the Yolanda Ramke's drama.

Countdown to Season 3 Release

Troppo Season 3rd trailer and announcement

Watch online video trailer which describes how will look new season of Troppo created by Amazon Prime. Official video will be released few weeks before the release date.

Amazon Prime Troppo Season 3 premiere date and episodes list

Upcoming season will once again be made up of 8 episodes. They will be accessible on Amazon Prime on demand just after release. Premiere episode starting in Friday, July 4, 2025. Series episodes will premiere weekly on Sundays. Detailed episodes list presented below:

Episode NumberEpisode TitleAmazon Release Date
3X01Episode 1July 4, 2025
3X02Episode 2July 4, 2025
3X03Episode 3July 4, 2025
3X04Episode 4July 4, 2025
3X05Episode 5July 4, 2025
3X06Episode 6July 4, 2025
3X07Episode 7July 4, 2025
3X08Episode 8July 4, 2025

Amazon Prime Troppo Season 3 cast: Who is returning?

We wait practically identical characters to return in the third season as well. Ted Conkaffey role will be played Thomas Jane alongside Amanda Pharrell role will take Nicole Chamoun. Together with Ethan Lwin (Raph Naughton), Twist will take Simon Lyndon, Angela Punch McGregor (Dr Val), Devi will take Georgina Naidu, Mark Furze as Wilson, Meyne Wyatt as TBD, Yerin Ha (Ah Rah) and Roy Gilpin role will be played by actor Damien Garvey.

The Plot

Troppo centers on disgraced ex-cop Ted Conkaffey, who is mismatched with eccentric private investigator Amanda Pharrell to help uncover the whereabouts of a missing Korean family man and tech pioneer. As they begin to uncover a string of bizarre deaths, the unlikely duo is thrust into a mutual fight for survival and sanity in the wilds of Far North Queensland.