Home Economics is back for a brand-new season, much to the fans’ delight. The three siblings’ attempts to navigate adulthood and one another are followed in this comedy series, which is back with the goal of keeping viewers laughing and thoroughly entertained.
The best way to describe the show to those who haven’t quite caught on is to say that it’s like Modern Family meets Happy Endings with a dash of This Is Us thrown in (even though its a sitcom, Home Economics does tend to take on a few more serious aspects of life).
Here is everything you need to know about Home Economics season 3 if you’re anticipating the fresh new episodes.
Home Economics Season 3: Release Date
According to TVLine, ABC has revealed that Home Economics Season 3 will debut on Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 9:30 p.m. ET.
— Home Economics (@HomeEconABC) August 22, 2022
New episodes can also be streamed by viewers using the ABC app. The day after an episode airs on TV, episodes are often added.
As of yet, there is no official announcement regarding the season’s UK premiere date. But as soon as we have that information, we’ll make sure to share it.
Home Economics Season 3: Cast
Since the beginning, Home Economics has featured a fantastic ensemble cast, and it is anticipated that all of the series regulars who contributed to the success of the programme will return. Topher Grace is in charge of the group.
Given her roles as Eric Forman in That ’70s Show, Venom in Spider-Man 3, David Duke in BlacKkKlansman, and of course, Venom in Spider-Man 3, Grace ought to be instantly recognisable to many fans.
The following actors make up the remaining members of the main cast:
- Caitlin McGee as Sarah
- Jimmy Tatro as Connor
- Karla Souza as Marina
- Sasheer Zamata as Denise
- Shiloh Bearman as Gretchen
- Jordyn Curet as Shamiah
- Chloe Jo Rountree as Camila
- JeCobi Swain as Kelvin
What’s the Plot of Home Economics Season 3?
A general summary of the upcoming season of the show has not yet been released by ABC. Having said that, we do at least know that there will be a future Disneyland episode thanks to a recent Jimmy Kimmel Live interview Sasheer Zamata (who plays Denise) gave. Take a look at what she had to say.
Looking to the season 2 finale, there is a major clue as to what’s to come in the new episodes. After facing some rough breakups and almost going to space to find solace, rich brother Connor (Jimmy Tatro) finds some purpose and good use of his money by pouring some of his wealth into the Dutch Media Firm.
This is the very same firm that he used to help the writer in the family, Tom (Topher Grace), find a publishing home for his book. We can only picture what will happen when Tom finds out his younger brother is the reason he’s going to be a published novelist.
Home Economics Season 3: Trailer
As we know there is no official announcement on Home Economics season 3. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Home Economics season 2 below.
Ratings and Reviews for Home Economics
Based on 11 reviews, the series has an approval rating of 82% on Rotten Tomatoes, with an average score of 7/10.
“Not all of Home Economics’ calculations add up,” the website’s critical consensus states, “but believable chemistry between its well-cast siblings and a genuine sense of affection equals a lot of potential for positive growth.”
With a weighted average score of 64 out of 100 based on 6 reviews from critics, it has “generally favourable reviews” on Metacritic.
Home Economics’ second season had an average of 1.92 million viewers and a 0.33 rating in the 18-49 age group (includes all DVR playback through 3:00 AM). That represents a 29% decrease in the demo and a 25% decrease in viewers in the live+same day ratings compared to season one (including DVR playback through 3:00 AM).
These figures are a very good indication of how a show is performing, especially when compared to other programmes on the same channel, even though they do not take into account further delayed or streaming viewing.