Derry Girls has officially been renewed for a third season. The Northern Irish comedy’s third season has been quoted by cast member Tommy Tiernan to “potentially be the show’s last ever.” On the contrary, writer Lisa McGee has stated she is plotting further installments and even suggested a Derry Girls movie might be in the works.
For those who haven’t heard of Derry Girls before, it is a British sitcom show which airs on Channel 4 in the UK, alongside Netflix. It is a widely appreciated comedy with an IMDB rating of 8.4 and a score of 98% on Rotten Tomatoes.
The show follows five friends Michelle, Erin, James, Orla, and Clare, who overcome different challenges in their hometown of Derry, upon which the show is based.
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DERRY GIRLS SEASON 3 RELEASE DATE
Neither the show’s producers nor Netflix has issued any updates on the release date of the third season. Production has had setbacks owing to the coronavirus pandemic. However, it would be fair to assume a 2021 release date for Derry Girls season 3.
DERRY GIRLS SEASON 3 PLOT UPDATES
Season 1 of Derry Girls shows us how Erin deals with the results of her school paper, and the talent show hosted by Orla, who is Erin’s cousin.
Season 2 is all about preparing for the arrival of US President Bill Clinton to the town of Derry.
Therefore, in season 3, we may finally get to see the president arrive. Furthermore, writer Lisa McGee has also stated that in season 3, one of the Derry girls leaves the group to join a rival gang, and the season may show us how the rest try to get her back.
DERRY GIRLS SEASON 3 CAST
Much about the cast of the series isn’t known. But we believe their second and first season’s main actors will repeat their roles. Saoirse-Monica Jackson will play the role of Erin Quinn. Nicola Coughlan will probably be portrayed as Clare Devlin, Louisa Harland, as Jamie, and Orla McCool – Lee O’Donnell as Michelle. James and Mary’s Objective will be performed with Dylan Llewellyn and Tara Lynne O’Neill.