Have you heard the news of the Geeked Week Special Locke and Key? Geeked Week includes a ton of goodies for fans, including a sneak peek and amazing news of Locke and Key. Let’s see what Geeked Week Special Locke and Key has to offer for the fans of the show who have been waiting for an upcoming season.
It appears that Kinsey, Bode, Tyler, and Nina will face another creature from behind the Omega door according to the news revealed at Geeked Week Special Locke and Key, but this time, it’s dressed as the British captain we encountered at the end of Season 2, and it all adds up to the intrigue of the show.
This season will very likely provide additional answers and we will finally learn how the keys are made, along with the information related to the Locke family’s background. What is more, it looks like Nina will be able to recall what’s going on because they will find the memory key, as it was revealed during the event Geeked Week Special Locke and Key.
We included the trailer that was revealed during the Geeked Week Special Locke and Key and you can find it below the article. According to the short video released, our heroes will triumph against more demons as we last saw them defeating the demon Dodge at the end. The monster was expelled from Lucas’ body, but Dodge appears to have survived the fall and may return for future seasons.
If she returns, we do not know what will she do because she can also side with Frederick Gideon, the British captain. If the series were to return, Darby Stanchfield, Connor Jessup, Emilia Jones, Jackson Robert Scott, Brendan Hines, Sherri Saum, Kevin Durand, and Coby Bird star will also take their usual places in the show.
During the Geeked Week Special Locke and Key, a rule book video was shared and you can find it here.
Geeked Week begins with a look at some of Netflix’s forthcoming series, and the news of the most anticipated series was shared during Geeked Week Special Locke and Key. We’ve long anticipated and wanted to see what the future might hold for fans, and now we’re getting a glimpse at some works that have been going on.
Locke & Key Episode Guide
For the ones who do not know how to watch Locke and Key, we included an episode guide below.
The 1st season was released in February 2020, the 2nd in October 2021, and the next season will be available in August 2022 according to the news shared during Geeked Week Special Locke and Key. Netflix released all of the episodes on the dates we mentioned, and you can follow the natural order of release.
How to Watch Locke & Key
According to the official description of the show, after their father is murdered, the three Locke siblings and their mother relocate to Keyhouse where they learn is filled with mystical keys, and you can watch this show only on Netflix as of now. Keep reading to find out more about Geeked Week Special Locke and Key.
Locke and Key Season 3
If you have rushed through all 10 episodes of Locke & Key Season 2 and are now eager to see what the future brings for the Netflix mystery thriller, you are at the right place because we will share the details of Geeked Week Special Locke and Key related to the 3rd season. During the event, the trailer was released as we mentioned above, and you can watch it right below. The video indicates that a 3rd season is on the way and it will be available in August 2022.
Showrunners have created a wonderful universe in Locke and Key, and we’re pleased to have the show return once more. It is official news that the program will return for a 3rd season. The post here teased ‘first peek’ images from the new series, and you can find them through the link.
Cast of Locke and Key
In the show, Connor Jessup plays Tyler Locke, Emilia Jones plays Kinsey Locke, Jackson Robert Scott plays Bode Locke, Darby Stanchfield plays Nina Locke, Griffin Gluck plays Gabe, Laysla De Oliveira plays Dodge, Petrice Jones plays Scot, Aaron Ashmore plays Duncan Locke, Hallea Jones plays Eden Hawkins, Genevieve Kang plays Jackie Veda, Brendan Hines plays Josh Bennett, Liyou Abere plays Jamie, Joy Tanner plays Erin Voss, Sherri Saum plays Ellie Whedon, Coby Bird plays Rufus Whedon, Felix Mallard plays Lucas Caravaggio, Kevin Durand plays Frederick Gideon, Martin Roach plays Daniel Mutuku, Thomas Mitchell Barnet plays Sam Lesser, Bill Heck plays Rendell Locke.