(Incoming description copied from Wikipedia)
Infinity Train is an American animated anthology television series created by Owen Dennis, previously a writer and storyboard artist on Regular Show, for Cartoon Network. The pilot was published on November 1, 2016, with Cartoon Network greenlighting the full series due to positive reception; the series premiered on August 5, 2019. Two seasons have been released, plus a series of shorter episodes in late 2019. In July 2020, it was announced that a third season was in production and would air exclusively on HBO Max.
The series is set on a gigantic, mysterious and seemingly endless train traveling through a barren landscape, whose cars contain a variety of bizarre, fantastical and impossible environments; each season (referred to as a "Book") follows a different set of characters, as they try to find a way to leave the train. The first season, retroactively titled The Perennial Child, follows a young girl named Tulip trying to escape with the help of a robot named One-One and the talking dog Atticus, while the second, Cracked Reflection, focuses on "MT", Tulip's reflection from the mirror world, who befriends a boy named Jesse and a deer they name Alan Dracula. The third season will reportedly follow Grace and Simon, leaders of a gang of rogue passengers introduced in season two, as well as a new character named Hazel, who is traveling with a gorilla named Tuba.
Upon its debut, Infinity Train received critical acclaim for its plot, characters, visual animation style and voice acting. It was initially promoted as a miniseries, but following the first season's finale it was announced that Infinity Train would continue as an anthology series instead.
On July 6, 2020, it was announced that the third season will be released exclusively on HBO Max. The third season will air on HBO Max on August 13, 2020.
I remember seeing that pilot for the first time (because Vailskibum, a YouTuber I watched at the time, was hyping it up) and eagerly waiting for the series to come out, and boy did it not disappoint. Every train car is unique and has its own thing going on which is fun to see, and seeing the lore unfold was certainly a great experience.
I like the decision to turn this into an anthology because seeing the train from different perspectives is interesting, as it lets us learn more about how it works. Hopefully we'll see how the train itself was made (but Book 3 seems to be focusing elsewhere for now, oh well, I can watch as many seasons of this as I need to).
Oh yeah! I bet that since this show isn't on Cartoon Network anymore, Book 3 will cover some pretty dark topics (especially considering who this season is following). I really liked the darker themes of Season 2, so I bet this season will handle this just as well! I don't have HBO Max though, so I guess I'll need to- (*this message has been deleted*)