The critically acclaimed original drama series Saints & Sinners has been renewed for a sixth and final season by Bounce. NBC’s last eight-episode season premieres at 8 p.m. on Sunday, September 16. After then, the remaining seven episodes will run on a weekly basis, according to the network’s statement.
Season 6 of Saints & Sinners: What to Expect
As promised, the last season will go out with a bang. Murder, power, and duplicity will push the character’s resolve to the utmost.
“Saints & Sinners has been a breakout hit, garnering vast and passionate fans and taking them on a rollercoaster journey every season,” said executive producer David Hudson.
Our fantastic actors and crew have done an outstanding job, and we appreciate them all. We can’t wait to share the last eight episodes with our audience on Sunday evenings in the spring.
Season 6 of Saints and Sinners Will Premiere When?
According to numerous industry observers, “Saints and Sinners” will return for a sixth season. The soap opera on Bounce TV seems to be running strong despite the network’s current lack of scripted programming.
In late 2019, a press statement from the network said that the show’s audience has been steadily growing in subsequent seasons, with its fourth season attracting 7.1 million people. Bounce TV would be smart to take advantage of this trend if it continued beyond the epidemic.
Fans shouldn’t be alarmed that it hasn’t been renewed yet. Season 4 of “Saints and Sinners” began in July of that year, despite the fact that Season 3 had finished in May of that year. Renewing the show for a fifth season took place in August 2020, more than a year after the conclusion of Season 4.
It’s safe to assume that filming will begin before an announcement is made, given that previous seasons broadcast in the middle of the year, between April and August (per IMDb). Season 6 is expected to premiere in the spring or summer of 2022 if there are no delays.
Who Are the Cast Members of Season 6 of Saints and Sinners?
There’s no way to know for sure who will or won’t be returning for Season 6 until it’s officially confirmed. It’s fairly uncommon for many performers to take on the same part during the course of the show’s run, as is the case with most soap opera casts.
Vanessa Bell Calloway played Ella, J.D. Williams played Jabari, Dawn Halfkenny played Angela, Clifton Powell played Rex, Tami Roman played Felicia, Jasmine Burke played Christie, Gregory Alan Winters played Victor, Patrice Fisher played Stacia, Karlie Redd played Paige, Keith Robinson played Miles, Christian Keyes played Levi, Demetria McKinney played Tamara, Karon Riley played Malik, and Tray Chaney played Kendrick in Season 5.
Scott, Ri-Karlo Handy, and Elizabeth Kealoha serve as executive producers on the series. Nigel Campbell, the show’s executive producer, acts as its showrunner.
Season 6 of Saints and Sinners Has a Storyline
There is so much going on in this story! With a boom, “Saints and Sinners” closed up its fifth season. The finale’s disclosures include Victor being shot during a confrontation with Ella and her children, Leona being outed as the leader of the organ trafficking organization, Felicia leaving town, and Tamara taking over as CEO Upsurge while simultaneously setting up camp in Levi’s office.
In addition to that, there’s a lot more to it. Toward the conclusion of the episode, Angela is kidnapped and Uncle Ray Ray is still a mystery. Ella, a once strong woman like Levi, also pulls up with an offer for him at the same moment.
It is evident that these moments laid the groundwork for a season full of dishonesty, manipulation, greed, corporate politics, and numerous secrets. A lot of the fifth season was devoted to demonstrating Leona’s gentler side before she was revealed as a criminal genius, so hopefully, the character’s progression won’t disappoint.
It will be interesting to see what Ella and Levi get up to next season and how it affects the village of Cypress. We’re crossing our fingers that the year 2022 will bring us back to this sinful pastime since we’re in desperate need of a solution.
You Can Check Out a Teaser for Season 6 Here
In the 9-10 p.m. slot, Bounce’s Saints & Sinners was the most-watched show on television, beating ABC’s $100,000 Pyramid, Fox’s Instinct, CBS’s Instinct, and HBO’s Big Little Lie in the delivery of African Americans 18-49 and 25-54, according to David Hudson, head of original programming for Bounce and an executive at the network.