Paramount+ has unveiled the latest cast updates for the upcoming third season of “Mayor of Kingstown,” featuring significant changes and new additions. Notably, Michael Beach, known for his role as Police Captain Kareem Moore, has been promoted to a series regular for Season 3.
Beach, who made impactful appearances in the first two seasons, will now take on a more central role as Police Captain Kareem Moore, one of the prison guard captains in Kingstown. Joining the cast are Richard Brake, Denny Love, and Paula Malcomson in recurring roles.
Richard Brake, recognized for his work in “Barbarian” and “Game of Thrones,” will portray Merle Callahan, an Aryan shot caller serving a life sentence in Anchor Bay. Denny Love, known for his series lead role in “Looking for Alaska,” will play Kevin Jackson, a rookie prison guard. Paula Malcomson, acclaimed for her roles in “Deadwood” and “Ray Donovan,” takes on the character of Anna Fletcher, a resident of Kingstown with a specific request for Mike.
Co-created by Taylor Sheridan and Hugh Dillon, “Mayor of Kingstown” explores the dynamics of the powerful McLusky family in Kingstown, Michigan, where the incarceration business thrives. The series tackles themes of systemic racism, corruption, and inequality, offering a raw portrayal of the family’s attempts to establish order and justice in a town marred by chaos.
The third season, currently in production in Pittsburgh, promises to continue the intense storytelling that has become synonymous with the series. Jeremy Renner returns alongside the existing cast, including Hugh Dillon, Tobi Bamtefa, Taylor Handley, Emma Laird, Derek Webster, Hamish Allan-Headley, Nishi Munshi, Nichole Galicia, and Necar Zadegan.
As Paramount+ continues to invest in original content, the inclusion of seasoned talents like Richard Brake, Denny Love, and Paula Malcomson adds to the anticipation surrounding “Mayor of Kingstown” Season 3. Stay tuned for more updates as the series progresses.