Designated Survivor is a political thriller series at its best you get all the highs and lows of power in this series. The first two seasons were aired by ABC, but the third season was aired globally and exclusively by Netflix, and it is streaming all three seasons.
Will, there be Designated Survivor Season 4?
Survivors are eagerly awaiting Season 4 after the end of Season 3 in 2019. However, prospects of its reappearance are grim. It was already taken down by ABC because of its not so good ratings and was revived by Netflix but to no avail. However, the show does have a cult following packed with the power performance of Kiefer Sutherland, and we can hope only for the best.
About the Designated Survivor Season 4
The show begins with an interesting start where Presidential Powers are thrust upon an unassuming Housing and Urban Development Secretary after a massive terrorist attack on the State of the Union address in Washington which kills the President and half the Congress leaving him to be the “Designated Survivor” who is the highest-ranking politician in America to be literal he was eleventh in the line of succession.
What is even more interesting is that Tom Kirkman, not like the usual power-hungry politicians he has his humane ways of being a President. Season 1 is all about portraying him in his new role while the country is still reeling with the impact of the terror attack. Not only does he have to prove his mettle and battle intrigues, but he also has to uncover the truth behind the terror attack.
In Season 2, we find Kirkman dealing with a personal loss while trying to keep his independent candidature, and Season 3 shows him as a honed politician dealing with a potential Bioweapon. The political intrigues will keep you hooked to the show as well as the side characters and subplots.