When will Dead to Me season three be available? The award-winning drama series is one of the most watched TV shows on Netflix, and viewers can’t get enough of it. The tangled friendship between two widows is at the centre of this dark comedy, but is everything really what it seems? We can be sure that Dead to Me constantly keeps viewers on the edge of their seats, so it’s not surprising that they want to see it return.
We’ve gathered all the information you need about the Dead to Me season 3 release date right here, from the cast to the plot, future trailers, and more, as the final adventure of our favourite dirty besties approaches. So continue reading to stay informed.
Dead to Me Season 3: Release Date
According to whats-on-netflix, Dead to Me season 3 will reportedly debut on Netflix sometime in the fall of 2022.
Dead to Me season 3 is coming in the fall of 2022, according to a press release from Netflix that was issued on the third anniversary of the show’s debut. However, the company didn’t provide a specific release date.
Dead to Me has a May release date on the streaming platform, with seasons 1 and 2 coming out in May 2019 and 2020, respectively.
Soon after season 2 of Dead to Me began airing in the spring of 2020, season 3 was confirmed. Feldman has, however, declared that the following season will be the last.
Dead to Me Season 3: Cast
Toxic BFFs Jen (Christina Applegate) and Judy (Linda Cardellini), who have been central to the show since season 1, will return despite leaving season 2 a little… worse for wear.
In addition, James Marsden will return as Ben, Judy’s ex-fiancee Steve’s twin brother who Jen murdered at the conclusion of Season 1. But we have a hunch that through various flashback scenes, we might also get to see more of Steve.
Additionally, Jen’s two boys, Henry (Luke Roessler) and Charlie (Sam McCarthy), as well as her (adequately named) neighbour Karen (Suzy Nakamura), Nick (Brandon Scott), and Ana (Diana-Maria Riva), who both play detectives on the show, are most likely to return for this season.
It is expected that police chief Howard Hastings (Jere Burns), who was shown to be working with the town mob in season 2’s cliffhanger, will also have a significant part in the future season. Additionally, we’ll definitely see more of Jen’s former real estate partner Christopher (Max Jenkins), her ex-mom-in-law Lorna (Valerie Mahaffey), and Pastor Wayne (Keong Sim), a grief support specialist.
Dead to Me Season 3: Expected Plot
Jen had confessed to killing Steve to Detective Perez, and Judy had been caught in the net. What’s one murder between friends, though? Perez let Jen go after failing to locate the body.
In the meantime, Judy gave Nick a bag of evidence that would implicate Steve and Steve’s father. Nick had been working to solve the mystery surrounding Steve’s death all season. But when she learned that Jen had not actually confessed, she bumbled back and ended up appearing quite suspicious.
Charlie, Jen’s son, discovered a letter his mother had written for Judy, making the situation even worse. The letter reveals Judy’s role in the hit-and-run that killed his father, as well as the killer’s secret regarding Steve.
Oh, and Steve’s body was reportedly discovered, and while Ben was driving (drunk) to locate it, he collided with Jen and Judy, who were both riding in Charlie’s brand-new vehicle.
The two are probably going to be fine, but Ben left the scene of the collision quickly, so the season will likely begin with a lot of drama.
Dead to Me Season 3: Trailer
As we know there is no official announcement on Dead to Me Season 3. So there is no trailer yet. You can watch the trailer for Dead to Me Season 2 below.
There you have it, then. This is the most recent data we have on Dead to Me season 3. You can watch seasons 1 and 2 of the show on Netflix in the interim.
Frequently Asked Questions
What Will Season 3 of Dead to Me Episode Titles?
So Yet, Only the Title of the First Episode, “We’ve Been Here Before,” Has Been Revealed.
Will Dead to Me Return for a Third Season?
Dead to Me Season 3 Filming Was Completed as of the End of April 2022. The Series’ Creator, Liz Feldman, Posted a Message on Instagram Announcing the End of Filming. The Last Season Has Since Been in Post-production in Order to Be Ready for the Fall Release.