Guy Burt’s British spy thriller series Alex Rider is adapted from Anthony Horowitz’s books of the same name. Along with Eve Gutierrez, Jill Green, Paula Cuddy, Nicole Finnan, and Wayne Garvie, Burt and Horowitz serve as executive producers.
In 2020, the show’s first season debuted, and in 2021, the second season would premiere on December 3. Critics were generally kind to the show, and it currently has an 85% approval rating on the review aggregator site rotten tomatoes. The show’s creators have decided to return for a third season after hearing rave reviews from viewers.
Alex didn’t attend a school for affluent teens so he could flaunt his brand-new BMW and learn valuable skills. He neglected his academics for quite some time and was not blessed with a wealthy father who would provide for all of his whims.
He’s had enough of the self-important rich kids who attend private schools. Even though he doesn’t want to be around the people he dislikes, he has to remain with them so that he can solve a murder.
Alex needs to learn more about his late uncle, but young snobs only know how to count money and itch their tongues. As if that weren’t enough, the deaths of two billionaires have been linked to this private institution.
Alex will attempt to adopt their routines and values in an effort to blend in and be accepted. Even though he lacks experience in investigations, he was the only teenager in the area who was willing to help the secret authorities.
- Otto Farrant as Alex Rider
- Ralph Prosser as Rafe
- Rebecca Scroggs as Snake
- Vicky McClure as Mrs. Jones
- Brenock O’Connor as Tom Harris
- Ronke Adekoluejo as Jack Starbright
- Ace Bhatti as John Crawley
- Earl Cave as James
- Charithra Chandran as Sabina Pleasance
- Nyasha Hatendi as Smithers
- Rakie Ayola as Jo Bryne
- Toby Stephens as Damian Cray
- Josh Herdman as Stan
- Marli Siu as Kyra Vashenko-Chao
- George Sear as Parker Roscoe
- Andrew Buzzeo as Mr. Boswel
- Thomas Levin as Yassen Gregorovitch
- Talitha Wing as Sasha
- Shalisha James-Davis as Ayisha
- Ky Discala as Eagle
- Macy Nyman as Steph
- Ben Peel as Fox
- Katrin Vankova as Laura
- Nathan Clarke as Arrash
- Llewella Gideon as Miss Baker
- Alana Boden as Fiona Friend
- Steven Brand as Michael Roscoe
- Stephen Dillane as Alan Blunt
- Simon Shepherd as Sir David Friend
- Lucy Akhurst as Lady Caroline Friend
The third season of Alex Rider has been ordered after the show’s second season premiered in December 2021. Given that, we can probably expect the premiere of the third season to occur in the year 2022.
Like the previous two seasons, the upcoming season may include eight episodes. Production companies Eleventh Hour Films and Sony Pictures Television are responsible for the show.
The third season of Alex Rider’s trailer has not yet been made available by the creators. In the interim, you can view the Season 2 trailer below:
Frequently Asked Questions
Will There Be a 14 Alex Rider?
Thirteen novels, six graphic novels, seven short stories, a companion book, and a television series make up the entirety of the series as it stands right now. Author Anthony Horowitz stated in January 2022 that he plans to begin work on his fourteenth novel later that year, with publication scheduled for the following year.
What Happens Alex Rider Episode 3?
As Alex tries to perfect his cover identity in the unfamiliar world of the ultra-rich, he risks alienating his best friend Tom if he lets on about the mission.
What Colour Eyes Does Alex Rider Have?
Alex, a 15-year-old boy, is described as having a “handsome slender face” and fair hair (as stated in Stormbreaker) or light brown hair (as stated in Crocodile Tears and Scorpia Rising) that would “attract plenty of girls.” His brown eyes are deep and he has a thin, hard lip.
Guy Burt’s spy thriller Alex Rider is being renewed for a third season. It currently has an 85% approval rating on the review aggregator site Rotten Tomatoes. The third season of Alex Rider’s trailer has not yet been made available. Like the previous two seasons, the upcoming season may include eight episodes. Author Anthony Horowitz stated in January 2022 that he plans to begin work on his fourteenth novel later that year, with publication the following year.