Jack Ryan Season 3 Ending Explained: In season 3 of Jack Ryan, Jack will be shown attempting to thwart a Russian program that involves a nuclear weapon that has been reactivated. The season is currently available to stream on Prime Video.
Synopsis Of The Third Season Of Jack Ryan
Jack Ryan goes to a party to talk to Zoya Ivanova, the Russian Embassy’s minister-counsellor. She enlightens him on the Russian revival of the Sokol Project.
This project’s original goal was to create a low-yield, radar-evading nuclear bomb for use on the battlefield. An actual weapon was never developed because the project was halted.
The designers finally made it possible to manufacture that weapon. A SIM card is also on the table, compliments of her. Later, it’ll be able to zero in on the exact spot where the weapon is hidden.
As Ryan’s new supervisor, Elizabeth Wright, has to be convinced of the danger surrounding the Sokol project, he sets out to do just that. When the SIM gives them a lead, Ryan sends his squad to the ship it suggests.
They don’t discover any nukes, but they meet Yuri, who says he participated in the Sokol Project and helped create the bomb.
An anonymous source had assured him that the Americans would pick him up. Ryan’s group is ambushed on the way out but makes it out alive. Wright dispatches them to the Hellenic Republic.
When they finally reach land, Yuri shares the Russian battle strategy with Jack. Very quickly, a band of armed guys assault them and kill half of Ryan’s team. When Ryan and Yuri enter the city, the police give pursuit.
Yuri is killed, and Jack, trying to flee, shoots and kills a police officer. He finds out that the Russian Defense Minister, Dmitry Popov, has died after calling Wright and James Greer.
While meeting Czech President Alena Kovac at a soccer match, Dmitry Popov was shot.
Jack immediately recognized this as the Russian Seven Days battle strategy. Beginning with Popov’s murder, the Sokol Project will eventually produce a nuclear weapon.
Wright also expects Jack to take the blame for the botched mission to recover the device. Jack goes off the rails and begins to look into the Sokol Project without telling anyone.
Wright and Greer travel to Greece to locate Jack. After Wright learns that Greer is helping Jack, she urges him to withdraw from the case.
Greer then heads out to learn more about Popov’s murder. He checks the surveillance tape and learns that Alena’s bodyguard Radek vanished sometime during the murder.
It turns out that the man is taking Popov’s place as defence minister Alexei Petrov and is collaborating with Radek. The agreements that Alexei has thrown out the former minister signed with Alena.
However, with the aid of Mike November, Jack tracks down his source and meets Luka Gocharav, the man who was ultimately responsible for the deaths of the scientists working on the initial Sokol Project and the eventual shutdown of the operation.
He lets them know that he plans to halt Alexei Petrov’s initiative. To Jack, he reveals the identity of the uranium carrier on his way to Petrov. One of November’s customers, Levan Zubkov, is making the delivery.
As a result of Ryan and November’s efforts, Zubkov has been compelled to make contact. They were able to deduce the precise position of the uranium bomb successfully. Unfortunately, Luka arrives at the same spot as Ryan and halts him.
He argues that Sokol is merely a means to an end and that they should focus on locating the person behind the instrument. They need to track this gadget to find out who is responsible.
As Greer’s investigation into Radek proceeds, he discovers a photo of Radek with Petr, Alena’s father and a former Red Army member, while searching Radek’s home.
When Petr Kovac (then known as Petr Lebedev) found out that his superiors had shut down the Sokol Project, he questioned them about it.
For standing up, Petr was both shot and ejected. Since then, Lebedev has been missing and may be dead.
When Petr and Radek start fighting with each other, Radek ends up kidnapping Alena. In the end, Petr comes to her aid and kills Radek. He freely admits that he manipulated Alena to get what he wanted.
Petr was unquestionably involved in the Sokol Project and had planned Popov’s murder.
Upon receiving the alert, Jack and his colleagues learn that NATO is relocating the uranium warhead to the sleepy village of Nymburk. It is clear to Jack that the sole goal of the Sokol Project is to ignite a conflict between the United States and Russia.
As a result of the explosion in Nymburk, Russia will likely begin to mistrust the United States. When Jack orders the bomb to explode in a tunnel, he prevents it from reaching the town. Meanwhile, Luca checks in on Petr and tends to his needs.
But, NATO relocated a nuclear weapon, giving Russia an excuse to launch a full-scale attack. Jack can rest easy knowing he has Luca’s support; the two will foil Alexei’s plot.
Jack Ryan Season 3 Ending Explained
What Does Alexei Have In Mind?
Wright triumphantly ousts Miller from his position at the CIA with General Ramos’ backing, leaving her in control. Later, Luca confronts Alexei and compels him to accept accountability for Popov’s murder. Utilizing a concealed microphone attached to Alexei’s cigarette, Wright records every word he says as evidence of his guilt.
Greer discovers the name Rolan Antonov through one of his contacts; Antonov was a navy captain present when the Sokol Project was first shut down. He may have something to do with this.
They discover papers in Antonov’s house that pertain to a Russian cruiser, Fearless, bound for the Baltic Sea.
This ship launch requires an official order from the Kremlin, which only Antonov may receive. He is under orders to do so. The only important thing to remember is that Alexei, not the president, signed the document.
Will Alexei Be Deposed?
Alexei explains his motives to the Kremlin’s council of generals and asks for their support in impeaching Russian President Surikov.
Together, Alena and Mike manage to visit President Surikov. They offer the tape where Alexei can be heard confessing to his role in Popov’s murder. However, Greer tries to persuade Alexei to change his mind.
This recording is played for the generals by President Surikov. Not much time passes until Alexei is killed.
Do Jack And Luca halt Fearless?
Aboard the USS Roosevelt, Jack prepares to face off against the Fearless. Luca tries to persuade Antonov, while Jack tries to convince the captain of the USS Roosevelt that they are attacking a ship that has not been instructed to attack by the Russian president.
After Luca’s futile attempts to persuade Antonov, he converses with the young soldier assigned to his protection. When he hears it, he tells him to do the right thing.
The first missile goes off without a hitch, but the young soldier pulls out his weapon before Antonov can fire the second. Luca ordered the other young troops to take stock once more.
They put their firearms on the ground. Luca alerts the USS Roosevelt to Antonov’s capture. That they are no longer at war is something he guarantees to them.
Once again, life returns to normal. There was no delay on President Bachler’s part in appointing Wright as the CIA’s new head. Both Jack and Greer are honoured for their efforts. When November sees Alena, he makes an offer to help her out.
After a week, Luca is taken up. Luca’s statements suggest that he must account for his actions during the initial Sokol project. Expound upon: