Cartoon Network’s Infinity Train pulls into the HBO Max station for season 3 this summer

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Cartoon Network’s Infinity Train will return for a 3rd season, just instead of rumbling into the Cartoon Network depot, it’s moving tracks and rolling out on HBO Max, Warner Media’s new streaming service.

The first season of Infinity Train debuted in August 2019 and follows a young woman called Tulip who comes across a strange train made up of an infinite amount of cars and trucks, each with its own different pocket universe inside. With a weird radiant number on her hand, Tulip should figure out how to get off the nonstop train and go back to her regular life. The second season choices up with Tulip’s mirror self (appropriately called Mirror Tulip) and a new character called Jesse, whose journeys even more question how the strange train works.

Much like how season 2 followed a new set of characters on the train, the 3rd season will follow Grace and Simon, 2 of the leaders of a defiant faction referred to as the Peak that Mirror Tulip and Jesse experienced in season 2. Instead of attempting to decrease their numbers and get off the train, the Peak does all in their power to increase the radiant characters, wearing the long strings of numbers as badges of pride. In the 3rd season, Grace and Simon end up being separated from the rest of their gang and come across a positive young woman called Hazel.

The first 2 seasons of Infinity Train are currently streaming on HBOMax The upcoming 3rd season– set to debut later on this summer– isn’t the just follow-up to a Cartoon Network show specifically concerning the platform. The first of 4 Adventure Time specials debuted earlier this month.

Check out the full poster for the 3rd season of Infinity Train below:

grace, simon, and hazel stand in front of a portal held by a purple gorilla.

Image: HBO Max.

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