Eli Roth’s supernatural drama, Hemlock Grove, was renewed for a third and final season.
Netflix gave a 10-episode order with a 2015 premiere for the show. "We are so grateful to the fans of 'Hemlock Grove,' who have championed the series so intensely over two seasons," Roth said. "We are looking forward to taking the last and final season into some dark and unexpected places, and to giving viewers the killer finale you'd come to expect from 'Hemlock Grove.'"
Executive producer Charles Eglee added, "We are delighted that our fans have invited us back to explore the fiendish recesses of the human condition for another season. Knowing it will be our last gives us the opportunity to go out in a mushroom cloud of clever and soul-shattering mayhem. See you soon on the twisted streets of 'Hemlock Grove.'"
While the fans have liked the show, it has received mixed reviews from critics. The show has received two Emmy nominations (for the 65th annual event), both for technical awards: Outstanding Main Title Theme Music and Outstanding Special Visual Effects.
Hemlock Grove follows the story of how a young girl is brutally murdered and found near the former Godfrey steel mill. As rumors mount, two of the suspects in her killing--Peter Rumancek, a 17-year-old Gypsy trailer trash kid rumored to be a werewolf, and Roman, the heir to the Godfrey estate--decide to find the killer themselves.