X Company season 3
TV channel: CBC Television
Original release: 2015-02-18
About TV show X Company season 3
On March 31, 2016, CBC announced that the X Company would be renewed for a ten-episode third season, to debut in the winter of 2017. On September 1, 2016, it was announced that this would be the final season for the show.
X Company Plot
Based on real events, the "X Company" series consists of a camp at Lake Ontario, where selected young people were prepared for spies against Nazi Germany during World War II. They had to be taught not only the appropriate abilities, but also the cold-bloodedness of being able to put away the horrors of the war. At the center is Alfred Graves, who is suffering from a neurological disorder, which also has a near perfect memory - an advantage over the time before USB sticks, wireless networks and mobile phones is an incredible advantage in espionage work.
X Company is the realization of a several year old idea of Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern. A short film entitled "Remembrance" provided sufficient encouragement to create the necessary motivation for the realization of the script, which was titled X Company. The first season was initially shot under the title Camp X from August to September 2014 in Budapest (Hungary). X Company was inspired by the real Camp X campus, located between Whitby, Ontario, and Oshawa.
The second season was shot in July 2015 within four months in Budapest and Esztergom in Hungary. On 27 January 2016 the second season celebrated its premiere on CBC.
X Company season 3 release date
January 11, 2017
X Company is a Canadian-Hungarian agent thriller series, produced by Mark Ellis and Stephanie Morgenstern, who have already worked with Flashpoint. The series celebrated its debut on 18 February 2015 on the Canadian broadcaster CBC Television. The series plays in the Second World War and shows the lives of five recruits. Beginning with their training as an incoming secret agent in a Canadian training center near the lake of Ontari, they are then dispatched. On March 4, 2015, CBC worked on the second season with ten episodes, two more than the previous season, which included eight episodes.