Trailer for Season 3 of ‘Pennyworth: The Origin of Batman’s Butler’

Batman server coming to HBO Max.

The broadcasting company released the first trailer for the third season of “”pennyworth: The Origins of Batman Butler “On Wednesday, the latest chapter in the Alfred Pennyworth story will be shown. The new season will premiere on Thursday, October 6, with three episodes followed by one episode per week until November 24.

DC Origin Series Jack Bannon is the honorary butler, also a former British SAS soldier. He set up a security firm in London in the 1960s and went to work with young billionaire Thomas Wayne (Ben Aldridge) and his wife Martha (Emma Betz) before they became Bruce Wayne’s parents. The third season of action begins after a five-year leap. Now, the civil war is over and the revolution has changed the world, ushering in a new era of superheroes and super villains.

The series’ cast includes Bannon, Aldridge, Paetz, Paloma Faith, Ryan Fletcher, Dorothy Atkinson, Ramon Tikaram, Harriet Slater, and Simon Manyonda.

The third season marks the first time the series has premiered live on HBO Max. The last two seasons of the show, which was called “Pennyworth” at the time, originally aired on Epix. The series title has since been changed to “Pennyworth: The Origins of Batman’s Butler”.

Based on the DC characters that Bob Kane created with Bill Finger, the ten-episode series was made for Warner Bros. Television by Bruno Heller, Matthew Patnick, Danny Cannon, and John Stephens. The series was produced in the UK at Warner Bros. Studio Leavesden.

Watch the full trailer below.


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