Will there be a Breathe season 3? What is C 16 in Breathe ending

Will there be  Breathe Season 3? What does C-16 mean in Breathe Season 2 Ending? Breathe is undoubtedly the most running thriller crime show. The final episode of Season 2 was full of twists and turns. Now the viewers are anticipating the arrival of Breathe Season 3. To get every detail keeps reading!!

Breathe Season 3

Breathe: Into the Shadows has been in the headlines for various reasons. The Second Season of the show releases on July 10, 2020, on Amazon Prime Video. The show features Abhishek Bachchan in the lead role along with Amit Sadh and Nithya Menen. The second Season of the show was a thriller. The show is about a couple’s search for their missing daughter.

The show features Jr Bachchan in the role of Dr. Avinash Sabharwal, a psychiatrist who is married to Nithya Menen’s character. In the show, their daughter gets kidnapped and the kidnapper demands an unusual ransom. In order to save their daughter Siya, they must carry out a series of murders, based on the 10 ‘sins’ of Raavan. At the end of episode five, Breathe: Into the Shadows, it reveals that the Kidnapper is Avinash himself. This personality calls himself J and is quite violent. He walks with a limp.

In the show, Bachchan’s character suffers from mental trauma and this leads to him suffering from Dissociative Identity Disorder. Abhishek Bachchan is playing the role of a man with multiple personalities.

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What does C-16 Refer to in Breathe Season 2?

In the finale episode, Inspector Kabir Sawant caught Avinash. He was sent to a psychiatric facility for treatment. A while later, Abha visits Avinash at the facility. Avinash tells her that he wants to meet Siya and that he has made progress. He hasn’t turned into J in a year. But Abha tells him that Siya is afraid of him, and calls J ‘bad uncle’.

But in another scene, Saiyami Kher visits him and gives him a package that reads C-16. That’s also the title of the episode. C-16 is the code word that J told Saiyami’s character he’d give her if he needed her help, in one of their chats in a hotel room.

C-16 stands for something that the kidnapper is definitely going to use to his advantage in the near future. This is something that could quite possibly be explored in the next installment of the show -Breathe Season 3. If you like such shows, then must watch Shoresy.

There are many theories that speculate about C-16 on the internet:

  • C-16 might refer to the next target for J
  • Or C-16 could probably refer to a particular room in the hospital or the code to that room, where the kidnapper would like to invite someone to initiate his next step
  • C-16 could be a drug that the Kidnapper is using to take over Avinash’s life completely.
  •  C-16 could also refer to a particular chair in the cinema hall. Possibly a seat was taken by the kidnapper’s next target.

Will there be a Breathe Season 3?

The makers of the show don’t reveal anything about whether the next installment is going to arrive or not. But the ending of the Second Season gave us a strong hint that the show will arrive with its Season 3.

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In the final scene, we see him walk onto a stage, with a limp, implying that J is back. He lies to his wife that J has gone. The reality is that J Personality completely took control over Avinash’s body. Now it will be interesting to see how the story unfolds in the upcoming season.

The Viewers showed great love for Season 2. So Season 3 is expected. The first season debuted on January 26th, 2018 with eight episodes. While the Second Season was released on July 10th, 2020. Based on the previous trend, there are speculations that Breathe season 3 will premiere sometime in 2022. Fans will have to wait a little longer

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