‘Snowfall’ Final Season Premiere Date and Plot Details Announced

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The sixth and final season of Snowfall is set to premiere Feb. 22 on FX, the cable network announced this week.

The 10-episode season unfolds in 1986 as civil war threatens the Saint family.

Per FX, “Franklin (Damson Idris) is desperate, forced to rob his Aunt Louie (Angela Lewis) and Uncle Jerome (Amin Joseph) after being wiped out by former CIA officer Teddy McDonald (Carter Hudson). Meanwhile, Louie has taken over Franklin’s role as Teddy’s sole buyer, undercutting her nephew and creating a competing empire in the process.”

As tensions unfold, Franklin faces losing everyone he loves and everything he’s built. Coming through it all will mean staying ahead of the KGB, the DEA and the CIA, as well as avoiding the LAPD’s heavily militarized C.R.A.S.H units.

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Over the course of five seasons, the series has chronicled how the crack cocaine epidemic began, the destruction it caused in South Central Los Angeles, and how an off-the-books CIA operation contributed to the crisis.

Created by John Singleton, Eric Amadio and Dave Andron, the series is executive produced by Andron, Thomas Schlamme, Amadio, Michael London, Trevor Engelson, Walter Mosley, Julie DeJoie and John LaBrucherie. Damson Idris also serves as producer. Andron is showrunner.

Snowfall is produced by FX Productions.

The first two episodes of season 6 debut Wednesday, Feb. 22 at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FX, and stream the next day on Hulu. Internationally, Snowfall will be available on Disney+ under the Star banner internationally.