If you’ve already binged Dead to Me Season 2, you’re still curious if we’re going to find out what’s going to happen after the shocking cliffhanger.
At the end of season 2, Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini) were engaged in a hit-and-run car accident that left both women harmed. The guy in the car was none other than Steve’s twin brother, Ben (James Marsden), who had a relationship with Jen this season.
We all want to see what happened next in Netflix’s famous horror-comedy, and the viewer has finally renewed the program for the third season. And, with four Emmy nominations in 2020, the stakes for the next chapter of the show are high. And here is what we know about Dead to Me Season 3 so far.
When Dead to me season 3 going to release?
Netflix also confirmed that they would commence shooting for the third season of the show in July 2020. They have not issued any assurance of its release date. But now, the intense fan of the show claims that the show will be launched in May 2021.
In July, streaming service and series producer Liz Feldman announced that this would be the last season of the dark comedy.
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In addition to the report, Christina said she was going to “miss” her co-stars.
Who will be seen in Dead to me season 3?
Provided that the show centres on the roles of Christina and Linda, we can presume that the two actresses will return to our small screens. At the same time, nothing is guaranteed, particularly after season 2 of the heart-stopping cliffhanger.
In any event, viewers should hope to see Sam McCarthy and Luke Roessler back as Charlie and Henry.
What is going to happen in Dead to me season 3?
As it was the situation during the first series, the conclusion of Dead to Me season 2 was a cliffhanger – with Judy and Jen discovering themselves in a car wreck following a collision with Ben, leaving viewers with a little clue if it was intentional or accidental.
Jen seems to have been especially seriously wounded by the crash, leaving the debris murmuring throughout the final scene.
When The Hollywood media asked if this would suggest that she was going to be okay, producer Liz Feldman said, “I don’t know it means that.”
This may well provide the core for the third season, although we can also hope to see more of Jen’s son Charlie, who finishes the season, knowing even more about Jen and Judy’s violent actions than he was expected to do.