The third season of Britannia debuted during the month of August this year. The ending of the movie has confused many viewers. The ending to Britannia Season 3 was one of those films with a difficult ending. Moreover, in order for a viewer to understand such endings, he or she needs material to read and view. Further, the goal of this article is to provide those kinds of explanations for the movie. In this article, we will discuss Britannia Season 3 Ending Explained. Furthermore, we will discuss the details related to the movie too.
The television show Britannia is a historical fantasy drama. The show was created by Jez Butterworth and Tom Butterworth. In its first-ever co-production, Sky and Amazon Prime Video presented the show. Additionally, it featured an impressive cast of actors. In addition to Kelly Reilly and David Morrissey, the cast includes Zoë Wanamaker, Mackenzie Crook, Nikolaj Lie Kaas, and Eleanor Worthington Cox. Sky Atlantic initialized its broadcast in the United Kingdom on 18 January 2018. Afterward, Amazon Prime Video made it available to US consumers beginning 26 January 2018.
Episodes of the first season were shown on Epix on 2 August 2020. Currently, three pop songs have been featured as the theme music for the series. This includes Donovan’s “Hurdy Gurdy Man” (series 1), his “Season of the Witch” (series 2), and “Children of the Revolution” by T-Rex (series 3). The first episode of Britannia season 3 was released on 24 August 2021. Following the satellite broadcast of the first episode, it was available to download from Sky “catch up” in the United Kingdom. Additionally, the second to eighth episodes were broadcast on Sky Atlantic in Germany. Further, the release of the last episode of this season was witnessed on 16 September 2021.
In the season’s final episode, Cait is still in search of Lucius and the knowledge he possesses with regard to the spear. She is accompanied by Ania. Ania is under the influence of a hex, placed upon her by Hemple. In the meantime, Divis, Phelan, and Rayne are captured by a group of druids because they trespassed on their land. Additionally, they are required to prove their status as druids. The outcome of this is Divis experiencing a vision of Aulus taking Cait. Despite this, it isn’t Ania who gives up Cait as Cait’s hex on the demon, Lokka, is broken when Hemple’s hex is broken.
After Cait’s vision, she has a vision of her own. There Islene and Veran speak to her there, telling her that she has the legions of the dead at her side. Furthermore, this could be her first step towards uniting the Celtic tribes. The episode sets up season 3’s dramatic climax when Cait returns to a Roman camp with the help of Queen Antedia’s troops. There she searches for Lucius and learns what he knows about the spear. We never get a chance to hear what Lucius says even though Cait succeeds and he whispers what he knows into her ear. It’s perfect timing for Cait because shortly after, Hemple joins her, killing Lucius and wounding Cait.
The good news is that Divis saves Cait. She was quickly rescued by the gang from the camp, who made her feel safe. However, that did not last long. Having learned the identity of the prophesied traitor, we learn that it is Divis himself. Earlier in the episode, Ania tied some of the mysterious red string around his toe, so he was under the influence of Hemple. Divis’ experience of Aulus taking Cait earlier in the episode came about because of him, as he was the one to sacrifice her.
Plot Of Britannia
The story of Britannia takes place just before the Roman invasion of Britain in 43 AD. Around 90 years previously, Julius Caesar had failed to conquer Britain. Lucius, the centurion who stabbed Jesus, is the second-in-command of Aulus Plautius and is determined to succeed where Julius Caesar failed. In his experience as a warrior, Aulus builds a fortified camp, collects information from captives, including children. As he struggles against the many tribes, he discovers that the Druids lead the way. He realizes that conquering a people does not require conquering their gods. He undertakes a vision quest with the Druids and meets them. Lokka (Loki), the Celtic god of mischief, appears to be listening to him soon.
The Romans attack and largely destroy the Cantii tribe as Cait, a young woman, is about to participate in a ceremony marking her transition into an adult woman. The young woman is forced to flee and wanders in the forest. There she meets and becomes attached to the unlikely protector, Divis “The Outcast”.