Dark machinations, dark abysses and lots of white powder – that's "snowfall". The gripping ensemble series sheds light on the background of the crack wave that rolled over America in the 1980s – and takes the viewer on "a literally intoxicating journey," as the US TV guide "TV Guide" writes. While some of the protagonists in the drug business are gaining money and influence at an insane pace, others are falling by the wayside. "Snowfall" was conceived and produced by screenwriter and director John Singleton ("Boyz n the Hood"), who died in April of this year, in cooperation with Eric Amadio ("Stuntmen") and Dave Andron ("Justified"). In addition to a thrilling plot, the series impresses with the haunting performance of the young performers, especially Damson Idris, Emily Rios and Angela Lewis.
FOX presents the German TV premiere of the third season of "Snowfall" from 10 December every Tuesday from 21.00 clock in duplicate. The ten new episodes of "Snowfall" recount the summer of 1984: The crack epidemic spreads like wildfire in Los Angeles and sustainably changes the balance of power between organized crime and justice. Gradually, authorities respond to the new danger and police sergeant Andre Wright (Marcus Henderson) targets emerging drug baron Franklin Saint (Damson Idris) and his organization. Wright does not suspect that other forces in the US are undermining his efforts: to finance the fight of right-wing contra-rebels against the socialist government of Nicaragua, CIA agent Teddy McDonald (Carter Hudson) ensures that cocaine continues to be delivered to LA unhindered can be. He relies on Gustavo "El Oso" Zapata (Sergio Peris-Mencheta) and the Villanueva family, who hopes to find their way back to new size. One thing is certain: For all those involved, 1984 will be a fateful year full of bitter defeats, forcing them to question their own position in the drug war – and to draw the necessary conclusions.
The third season of "Snowfall" as German TV premiere from 10 December 2019 always on Tuesdays from 21.00 clock exclusively in double episodes on FOX. Optionally in the English original or the German dubbed version. All episodes following the linear broadcast will also be available on Sky Go, Sky On Demand, Sky Ticket, MagentaTV and Vodafone Select and GigaTV on Demand.