It looks like 'Strike Back' will be...erm...striking back one last time. Cinemax has recently announced that the network's action-thriller series has been picked up for a fourth and final season that's scheduled to premiere sometime in 2014. The series will return for a 10 episode arc, but after that, we're afraid it's light out.
Cinemax/HBO will once again co-produce the series with partners Left Bank and Sky, which will air the series in the UK. Also returning are executive producers Andy Harries and Sky’s Cameron Roach as well as Michael J. Bassett who will act as co-executive producer, writer and director.
As for its leading men, actor Philip Winchester plays Sergant Michael Stonebridge, a steely British special-forces soldier, while Sullivan Stapleton, (who also happens to be the star of the upcoming '300' sequel), portrays Sergant Damien Scott, a renegade former U.S. Delta Force commando. So even if military fighting isn't really your bag, there's still plenty of eye-candy to hold your interest during the show's final swan song. (Note: for further proof please refer to the image above.)
The show just recently wrapped it's third season on Oct. 18, where the dynamic duo prevented a major attack at a U.S. military base. Will you be tuning in to see how it all plays out? Are you sad to see the show go?
Sound off on your thoughts about 'Strike Back' and its impending conclusion in the comments below!