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The “Motherland: Fort Salem” Season 3 Trailer Is Here, And


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Hi, yes, hello! After almost a year of waiting, Motherland: Fort Salem finally returns with brand-new episodes soon, and I’m about to make this season my entire personality. So, apologies in advance.

Their final battle is coming. #MotherlandFortSalem returns June 21 on @FreeformTV, next day on @hulu.

07:00 PM – 06 Jun 2022

Freeform / Via Twitter: @Motherland

Motherland: Fort Salem Season 2 ended on a massive cliffhanger, with Raelle (Taylor Hickson), Abigail (Ashley Nicole Williams), and Tally (Jessica Sutton) now on the run alongside Scylla (Amalia Holm) after being wrongly charged in the death of the vice president’s daughter.

There was also that heartbreaking moment when Raelle, Abigail, Tally, and Anacostia (Demetria McKinney) sadly said goodbye to General Alder (Lyne Renée), only for us to find out that she’s still alive. The absolute chaos, I love this show so much.

According to Freeform, Season 3 of Motherland: Fort Salem picks up with Abigail, Tally, Raelle, and Scylla seeking protection alongside the Dodger community in Cession, but also trying to stay out of trouble. While witch hunters work against them from inside the White House, our favorite heroes must call upon ancient forces in the final battle for their very right to exist.

Now that we’re caught up on all the details, BuzzFeed is so happy to exclusively premiere the final season trailer for Motherland: Fort Salem. Please watch below so we can yell about it together.

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The final season trailer picks up right where Season 2 left off, with our favorite witches on the run as vice president Silver (Victor Webster) is trying to turn everyone against them.

My girl Tally is continuing to deal with her abilities, and I already know that she’s going to make me cry and scream and jump up and down in excitement. I’m super chill, as you can tell.

Did I start crying over this exchange between Tally and Abigail? You bet I did.

And we also get a lot of great Raelle and Scylla moments, so excuse me while I freak out for the foreseeable future. I love them so much.

Also, what appears to be a double wedding?! HELLO?!

Basically, I couldn’t be more ecstatic that Motherland: Fort Salem is coming back so soon. It’s such an amazing female-driven series that I’m sad is ending, but I’m also excited to see more of these complex and strong characters.

What are you most excited for this season? Tell me everything in the comments below!

Be sure to catch the final season starting on June 21 at 10 p.m. ET on Freeform and the next day on Hulu.

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