Sneaky Pete Season 3 is coming in 2019, if showrunner Graham Yost gets his way.
Speaking to TVLine, Yost confirmed plans for a third season of the con man drama, while explaining the storytelling decisions of the just-released second season:
Speaking of Big Bads… Bryan Cranston is noticeably absent this season. Did you ever consider bringing Vince back, if only for a cameo?
It was considered. There was something we were thinking of doing in the final episode, but then we decided that we didn’t want to hamstring Season 3 with that. If we had, it would have accelerated the pace of the whole series a little too fast. So it did become a conscious decision to not have Bryan in it.
Will we finally get to the bottom of what happened to Carly, Julia and Taylor’s parents in a hypothetical third season?
I’ll be really honest: When the season is over, we don’t think about it. We’re not yet gearing up to try and solve the question of what happens next, but I would guess that Carly and the true story of what happened to her parents will be in Season 3, if there is such a thing.
Do you want Sneaky Pete Season 3, or should Amazon wield the axe after two?
Stay tuned for the final verdict…