Winter has been a little tepid so far this year. That's especially true in New York City, where snow accumulation has been abysmal. In fact, KNBC reports that this winter has seen the lowest amount of measurable snowfall in the city's history. That's led to the city lifting all winter parking restrictions and encouraging residents to use their cars as a means of transportation.
But it won't be long until our boots, shovels, and snowblowers get some action once again. This is because the sixth and final season of FX's popular show, Snowfall, will kick off this Wednesday on the network. The sixth and final season of the series will consist of 10 episodes, and it'll mark the end of the crime drama series. The season premiere will air at 10 p.m. ET on Wednesday, February 22, and will also be available to stream on Hulu the same day.
According to the Hollywood Reporter, Snowfall's creator and showrunner Dave Andron has hinted that the upcoming sixth and final season of the series will be heavier than previous seasons. This is in part because, as the show takes place in the '80s, crack cocaine was a major concern at that time, and the US Government was cracking down on drug trafficking.
If you want to see what happens next in the life of savoy hustler Franklin Saint, you'll have to tune in on Wednesday nights on FX. The network is available through most cable subscriptions, and you can also watch it on streaming services like FuboTV (free trial), Sling TV, and YouTube TV.