Netflix's first Danish series is coming to an end, but it's still got one last season to go. The streaming service has announced that The Rain has been renewed for a third and final season.
In an announcement first posted to Facebook (and later confirmed by Netflix's See What's Next Twitter), and accompanied by a picture of Rasmus (Lucas Lynggaard Tønnesen), the post states that it will be coming back for one final season in 2020.
The show follows the story of two siblings after just about the entire population of Scandinavia has been wiped out due to — wait for it — rain. Their father leaves them in a bunker to try and wait out the rain (which contains a deadly virus), and almost a decade later Simone (Alba August) and Rasmus (Tønnesen) emerge looking for answers — and their father (Lars Simonsen).
The first season of the show consisted of eight episodes, while the second season only had six. No word yet on the episode count for Season 3, but hopefully it's more than enough to wrap up the show and leave us with some sort of closure (and no lingering questions).
The first two seasons of The Rain are available on Netflix.