The Punisher Season 3- Marvel Cinematic Universe’s The Punisher is an action and crime drama web television series, created by Steve Lightfoot. It premiered on 17 November 2017 on Netflix and was a big hit. After a month, season 2 got renewed and was released on 18 January 2019. In the first season, Frank Castle is getting revenge on the people responsible for the murder of his wife and two children. Like the first season, The Punisher season 2 is equally action-packed and also more uneven in a way. So we are here to give you an insight into the second season’s storyline and its ending.
How did The Punisher Season-2 end?
The second season sees Frank Castle once again bursting skulls and looking for trouble. He runs into some political conspiracy involving corrupt and evil right-wing billionaires while also going up against his former best friend Billy Russo, aka Jigsaw. Second season ended on a high note leaving Frank in a good place.
The Punisher Season 3 – It starts when Frank is wandering around and trying to live a normal life while hitting on a bartender. But he gets into trouble, helping out a teenager named, Amy, who is trying to expose the Shultz. And then a weird assassin named John Pilgrim is trying to hunt her down because the Shultz has his kids. For Frank, Amy is like a daughter figure to him. He risked himself saving her because he couldn’t save his own daughter.
By the end of the season, Frank is again ‘The Punisher’. He was seen gunning down to rival gangs. Madani brings him a job to join the CIA but he refused it.
Viewers are now wondering that what will happen next but unfortunately Netflix has canceled the new season. Fans have to wait for some time to see the possibility of The Punisher season-3.
But if season-3 ever happens, we can expect to see Jon Bernthal as Frank Castle, Amber Rose Revah as Dinah Madani, Jason R Moore as Curtis Hoyle or Curt, Josh Stewart as John Pilgrim, Giorgia Whigham as Amy Bendix, and Floriana Lima as Krista Dumont.