Is Walker returning for another season in 2022 or 2023? Continue reading to find out more about Walker Season 3.
The tragedy from Walker’s past is expected to resurface in season three, forcing the family to confront old wounds and internal rifts that threaten to split them apart. After everything the Walkers have been through, are they their own worst enemy? It is completely understandable why the anticipation has increased the interest of long-time fans who have tuned in to watch the prior seasons.
The incredible plot is one of the crucial elements which will be fulfilled after years of waiting. If you are interested in knowing more about the latest developments, look no further, as we’ve put together a concise summary of all the details you need to know about the release date, plot, and cast so that you may get a head start and be prepared before the series airs.
Here is everything we know about Walker Season 3.
Walker Season 3: When will it premiere on the CW network?
Sadly, the new series will not return on the CW in December 2022, so fans will have to wait a little longer. The series premiered its initial seven episodes on October 6, 2022. Additionally, it has been confirmed that the premiere of its remaining episodes will resume the following year with its midseason returns on Thursday, January 12, 2023, at the time slot of 8 p.m.
This will be followed at the time slot of 9 p.m. by the premiere of the spinoff Walker Independence. The official Twitter handle of the show also urges the followers to stream the episodes, quoting, “#Walker and his partner may have found themselves in deep water with Captain James. Stream the latest episode free now.” Take a look at the official post below:
— Walker (@thecwwalker) December 2, 2022
Walker Season 3 Plot
Walker Season 3 picks up right where season 2 left off in the sobering aftermath of the question: “Where’s dad?” Texas Ranger Cordell Walker, played by Jared Padalecki (“Supernatural”), has his hands tied – literally. Taken and held captive by an anarchist group who is determined to break him, Walker must face a painful memory from his past he’s never shared with anyone and team up with an unexpected ally, Julia (Anna Enger, “S.W.A.T”), if he wants to get out alive. Back in Austin, the Davidsons are officially gone, and the Walkers are free to move back into their family ranch – but the homecoming has been anything but jovial.
Walker’s absence has caused a tornado that has shifted everyone off course, forcing them to abandon their new paths and step back into the familiar shoes of waiting for him to come home. Walker’s traditional Texan father, Bonham (Mitch Pileggi, “The X-Files”), and the no-nonsense matriarch of the family, Abeline (Molly Hagan, “Herman’s Head”), struggle to stay optimistic as the heartbreak in their family piles up. Former ADA and Walker’s younger brother, Liam (Keegan Allen, “Pretty Little Liars”), takes matters into his own hands to track down his brother – but only ends up adding to the storm.
Still dealing with the sting of her birth mother’s arrest, Geri (Odette Annable, “Supergirl”) tries to be the person to lean on for the Walkers, but — unbeknownst to them — has her own past catching up with her as well. Fresh off her high school graduation, Walker’s sharp and stubborn daughter Stella (Violet Brinson, “Sharp Objects”) makes a decision about her future that creates rifts with her similarly wayward brother, August (Kale Culley, “Me, Myself and I”), who is determined to step out of his sister’s shadow and be the big man on campus this year.
At Ranger HQ – Walker’s razor-tongued rookie partner, Cassie (Ashley Reyes, “How I Met Your Father”), has already had one partner disappear and will go to any lengths not to repeat the past – even if it means breaking Ranger procedure. Despite it all, she stumbles into a connection with the pompously charming Chief of Staff to the Mayor – who is keen on getting to know her and fitting into her life. The stalwart Captain of the Austin Rangers, James (Coby Bell, “The Game”), busies himself working with their new recruit – human Swiss Army knife Trey (Jeff Pierre, “Once Upon a Time”) – as Trey struggles to prove himself worthy of being the only Ranger who hasn’t come up on the traditional path.
Walker Season 3 Episodes and Streaming Options
The third season will have 18 episodes with an average runtime of 40 to 42 minutes. In addition, new episodes of Part 2 are said to debut every week, just like the earlier episodes. We strongly advise viewers to binge-watch Part 1 in order to refresh their memories of the crucial storylines that just aired. The titles of the final 11 episodes, however, have not all been confirmed or made public by the network. For your consideration, we have listed the previous episodes as follows:
Episode 1: World On a String: It’s graduation day and the Walker family is hopeful about the future until Cordell goes missing; the rangers have all hands on deck to bring Cordell home safely, but Stella has ideas of her own on how she can help.
Episode 2: Sittin’ on a Rainbow: While Cassie and James lead the charge to find Walker, the situation goes from bad to worse when Liam also goes missing; Stella and August pursue a lead of their own.
Episode 3: Rubber Meets the Road: Cordell is stuck trying to convince everyone, including himself, that he has moved on from the hell of captivity; Stella comes clean to her dad about how she has been feeling; Bonham shares with Liam a way to work through his trauma.
Episode 4: Wild Horses Couldn’t Drag Me Away: Walker, Cassie, and Captain James team up to put Trey through the final stages of his training; Walker and Cassie struggle to get their partnership back in sync.
Episode 5: Mum’s the Word: A misunderstanding causes Walker and Cassie to examine where they are in life and what lies ahead; August strives to roll with the cool kids to disastrous results; Trey struggles with what being a ranger means for his relationship with his mother.
Episode 6: Something There That Wasn’t There Before: Walker makes good on his promise to Liam to finally discuss captivity; painful details from the past inform the present to help the rangers eliminate a dangerous threat; a new case forces Cassie to confront her aversion to dating.
Episode 7: Just Desserts: Walker attempts to create a memorable Thanksgiving in the hope of luring Stella to return home; the family’s annual Circle of Thanks turns into a circle of grievance; a member of the Walker family is rushed to the hospital.
All of the new episodes of Walker Season 3 as well as Seasons 1 and 2 will be accessible on the CW app or website after the episode is broadcast on the channel. Additionally, viewers may access all of the seasons of Walker on HBO Max or fuboTV, where they can choose where they want to watch new episodes and which membership options suit their needs. In Canada, the series airs on the CTV Drama Channel. Additionally, Google Play, Amazon Instant Video, and Vudu all offer the series for rent or purchase.
Let us know in the comments if you will be streaming Walker Season 3 or not.