The Tourist Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Storyline, Trailer Release, and Everything You Need to Know:
Yes, The Tourist is back for a second season, and Jamie Dornan is back as Elliot, exactly two decades after the first season. While fans are already looking forward to a possible third season, they hope that we will see more of The Tourist.
As the second season of the BBC One drama The Tourist finished on an exciting cliffhanger, we all hope that Jamie Dornan will make an appearance as Eugene Cassidy in season 3. If you haven’t seen it yet, there are teasers ahead!
Since its 2024 New Year’s Day debut, the Jack and Harry Williams-written program has become a huge hit on BBC I Player. Millions of people watched the entire series in a matter of days.
You can now watch all six episodes of season 2 of The Tourist on BBC I Player. This is where fans can see Helen Chambers and the strange amnesiac Elliot Stanley again.
The new season takes place in Ireland instead of Australia, which means that Jamie Dornan as well as Danielle Macdonald will be back. The action moved around between the first and second seasons.
The Tourist Season 3 Release Date:
The first season came out two years before the second. This means that if it gets the green light, the third season could come out in January 2026. We’ll let you know right away, as there’s more information about that.
The Tourist Season 3 Trailer Release:
As of right now, there is no opening video for Season 3 of The Tourist.
The Tourist Season 3 Cast:
- Jamie Dornan as The Man/Elliot Stanley
- Danielle Macdonald as Probationary Constable Helen Chambers
- Shalom Brune-Franklin as Luci Miller/Victoria/Emma Halliwell
- Greg Larsen as Ethan Krum
- Ólafur Darri Ólafsson as Billy Nixon
- Alex Dimitriades as Kosta Panigiris
- Victoria Haralabidou as Lena Pascal
- Genevieve Lemon as Sue
- Danny Adcock as Ralph
- Damon Herriman as Detective Inspector Lachlan Rogers
- Alex Andreas as Dimitri Panigiris
- Maria Mercedes as Freddie Lanagan
- Michael Ibbotson as Peter the Policeman
- Kamil Ellis as Sergeant Rodney Lammon
- The Umbilical Brothers as helicopter pilots Arlo and Jesse
The Tourist Season 3 Storyline:
The first season of “The Tourist” ends with powerful and exciting events. Kostas, performed by Alex Dimitriades, is shot and killed after a car accident and a series of confusing events.
Luci, played by Shalom Brune-Franklin, also dies from a gunshot wound. Elliott, played by Jamie Dornan, takes Luci to the hospital, but she sadly dies before they get there.
The story takes surprising turns when it comes to Elliott’s past, his ties to crime, and his complicated relationships with other people. Threats are made against Helen, portrayed by Danielle Macdonald, by her fiancé, Ethan. There are also investigations by the police, hostage situations, and shocking reveals in the story.
Elliott considers killing himself by drinking alcohol and taking pills as the show is coming to an end because the revelations about his dark past have devastated him.
People are still not sure what will happen to his character, which creates a sense of tension and uncertainty. In a deep emotional moment, Helen sends Elliott a message of hope through text message with a burrito emoji, which stands for a secret joke they both know. This last shot gives Elliott a chance to make things right and get a second chance.
The conclusion is both sad and leaves a lot of room for opinion and guesswork about what will happen to the characters next. Storytelling with subtleties and characters with lots of layers add to the tension and emotional power of “The Tourist.”
At the end of the series, Elliott is struggling with the burden of his troubled past and is thinking about ending his life by taking pills and drinking booze. His character’s fate is unclear, and he does this on purpose to keep watchers in a state of tension and confusion. Helen sends Elliott an email message with a burrito emoji as a sign of a secret joke they both know.
It’s a touching and emotional moment. This last scene hints that Elliott might be able to change his ways and get a second chance at life.
A man drives through the bush in Australia and stops to go to the bathroom. A goods truck follows him after the break and pushes him off the road. He wakes up in the hospital but has no idea who he is or why he is there.
He also has no idea what happened to him. In his pants pocket is a note telling him to go see someone at a certain time at a coffee shop. Luci leads him out of the café and takes him to the bathroom, just in time for a bomb to go off.
Billy brings a bunch of flowers to the hospital and looks for the man there. Luci deletes pictures from her phone that she took with the man when she is by herself.
The man as well as Luci are in a race to locate an unknown caller, who is thought to be buried alive in Karramundi. Because a sandstorm makes it impossible for them to drive there, they truly rent a chopper to get there.
The man and Luci find the unknown caller in the end, but he has become dead. Before Helen talks to Billy regarding why he went to the hospital, she checks in with some hospital staff.
Ethan, Helen’s fiancé, is mad at her for trying to solve the case and thinks she should spend a bit more time with his name. When the man looks at Luci’s name on the helicopter’s insurance waiver, he knows that Luci wrote the note that sent him to the cafe all along. Finally, Luci tells him that she knows him because his given name is Elliot Stanley.
When we last saw Eugene Cassidy (Jamie Dornan) as well as Helen Chambers (Danielle Macdonald), they were living together in the Netherlands, which makes sense after what they did in the first scene of season 2.
Six months have passed since the fight at Cassidy’s Pub, and the couple gets a file on Eugene from an unknown person who studied the matter in the newspaper.
Eugene burns the file because Helen says she doesn’t need it to find out who her boyfriend is. But we can’t help but see a small sorrow on Helen’s face. She seems to still have questions for us because she used to be a police officer.
Before the important papers are thrown away, the viewer (but not Eugene or Helen) sees that Eugene had been a Special Agent sent on a deep cover mission in July 2005.
Was he part of a plan by the Garda to get inside the Cassidy family? When he left Ireland for Australia, was he working as a secret agent? What does this mean? Helen was right the whole time, and Eugene wasn’t a bad drug dealer. He was a special agent seeking to join a drug gang. We need to know.
Where To Watch The Tourist Season 3?
If you’d rather watch Season 2 of The Tourist online, the entire six episodes are now live on BBC iPlayer, having been released at 6 a.m. GMT on New Year’s Day. You can make a BBC account for free.