original protagonist Tulip, saw being trapped on the titular train as an opportunity rather than a curse. Where Tulip understood that the point of the train was to work through the cars while working to get oneâ€™s number to zero, Apex members saw their mysterious glowing numbers as badges of honour they wanted to go up.
Though Grace and Simon, Apexâ€™s first and second in command, were depicted as villains in their earliest appearances, the first key art for Infinity Trainâ€™s upcoming third season reveals that theyâ€™re set to become protagonists of a sort in a new arc about their further adventures.
In the third season of Infinity Train, during one of Apexâ€™s routine scavenging missions Grace and Simon find themselves separated from their group, and they realise that theyâ€™ll have to rely on one another if they want a shot at actually surviving the trainâ€™s dangerous cars. Dead set as they are on clinging to Apexâ€™s way of life, when they end up meeting Hazel, an optimistic young girl traversing the train with her gorilla friend Tuba, it isnâ€™t long before Grace and Simon begin to realise that there might just be another way to survive and thrive on the Infinity Train that doesnâ€™t revolve around getting over on others.
Infinity Trainâ€™s third season will premiere some time in the near future on HBO Max, where the first two seasons are currently streaming. No word on where this will air in Australia.