The Netflix series launched its third season on July 9. It featured 10 episodes filled with twists, turns and surprises that left viewers with more questions than answers. After Jack's recovery from shooting, Mel (Alexandra Breckinridge), seemed to be on the right track to a happy ending. However, she declared her desire to have children, which led to them breaking up and trying IVF again.
Hope (Annette O'Toole and Doc Matheson were finally getting ready for a recommitment ceremony. But a hurricane and the health of her aunt kept Hope M.I.A for most of the season. She survived until a car accident left her with a serious brain injury that could have been fatal.
Preacher (Colin Lawrence), continued to look after Christopher (Chase Petriw), with the added threat from Wes's brother Vince. At the end of season, Preacher was knocked out by Paige's "friend", Vince who was waiting for Connie (Nicola Cavendish), and Christopher.
The entire town is in mourning for Lilly (Lynda) Boyd.
We were so busy, we reached out to Sue Tenney, showrunner, to answer some of our burning questions. (And if you want more information on Mel and Jack's future, you can find it here.