Sweet Tooth season 3 release date set for June 2024

Netflix also shared the trailer for the final season of Sweet Tooth, coming this summer
Sweet Tooth. (L to R) Christian Convery as Gus, Naledi Murray as Wendy, Stefania LaVie Owen as Becky in episode 301 of Sweet Tooth. Cr. Matt Klitscher/Netflix © 2024
Sweet Tooth. (L to R) Christian Convery as Gus, Naledi Murray as Wendy, Stefania LaVie Owen as Becky in episode 301 of Sweet Tooth. Cr. Matt Klitscher/Netflix © 2024 /

Sweet Tooth season 3 is coming to Netflix very soon! You can watch the final episodes of the hit Netflix original series on Thursday, June 6, 2024.

Netflix shared the release date and trailer on Wednesday, April 17, so you have a few months to catch up before the streamer drops the last eight episodes of the series.

The whole gang is back for season 3, including Christian Convery, Nonso Anozie, Stefania LaVie Owen, and Naledi Murray. The rest of the main cast is rounded out by Adeel Akhtar, Amy Seimetz, Kelly Marie Tran, Rosalind Chao, Cara Gee, and Ayazhan Dalabayeva. James Brolin returns as the narrator for the final season, too!

It's been a long time since Sweet Tooth season 2 dropped on Netflix on April 27, 2023. Prior to that, there had been a two-year gap between the first and second seasons of the hit post-apocalyptic drama.

Sweet Tooth season 3 trailer

The trailer follows Gus and friends as their adventure continues across the former America and beyond! It looks like they're headed to Antarctica to explore the origins of Gus's mother, how the hybrids came to be, and more!

Watch the trailer for Sweet Tooth season 3!


Netflix also shared the synopsis for Sweet Tooth season 3. Buckle up, y'all. It's a long one!

"Having defeated General Abbot in the battle at Pubba’s Cabin, Gus (Christian Convery), Jepperd (Nonso Anozie), Becky (Stefania LaVie Owen), and Wendy (Naledi Murray) embark on a journey to Alaska in search of Gus's mother, Birdie (Amy Seimetz), who has been working to uncover the mysterious origins of the deadly Sick. Along the way, they are joined by Dr. Singh (Adeel Akhtar), who may have his own dangerous beliefs about Gus and his role in reversing the virus. Meanwhile, a new threat emerges in the form of Helen Zhang (Rosalind Chao), her daughter Rosie (Kelly Marie Tran), and the ferocious Wolf Boys, who seek to restart human birth and view Gus as the solution to their plans. As they navigate through perilous terrain, Gus and his group of friends find refuge at the Outpost in Alaska, where they meet a new ensemble of characters including Siana (Cara Gee) and her hybrid daughter Nuka (Ayazhan Dalabayeva). With the clock to find answers running out, alliances are tested and destinies intertwine, all leading to a thrilling climax that will determine the fate of humanity and hybrids."

It's such a bummer this is the end of the line for Sweet Tooth, which is easily one of the most underrated shows on Netflix. It got off to a bit of a slow start, and season 2 wasn't quite as successful as the first season, but the story is just getting good. Well, it's been good the whole time, but it's getting even better.

I can't wait to see if showrunner Jim Mickle and the team can stick the landing and give Gus and all of these great characters the ending they deserve. I am worried about Jepperd, though. That teaser trailer and the synopsis is definitely hinting at something coming for him. He's put his life on the line over and over again for lil Gus, but is he going to make the ultimate sacrifice in the final season? I hope not! Gus and Jeppard deserve their happy ending for all they've been through in such a short time.

As mentioned, you have about two months until Sweet Tooth season 3 drops on Netflix. If you need to catch up or re-watch the first two seasons of the series, you better start now!

We'll be watching and recapping the final season on Netflix Life. Stay tuned for more information about season 3.

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