‘Dead to Me’ Season 3 Is Back on Netflix and Get Ready to Cry Like a Baby


Dead to Me’s Season 3 is finally here!

There have been a lot of starts and stops for Dead to Me loyalists (thanks, pandemic), but a few months ago,  Netflix announced that the hit show’s third and final season would be released soon. Well that time has come! The fan favorite premieres on Netflix, today.

Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini play two grieving women who bond during therapy, but the premise of that bond is a dark and horrific lie. The series was quickly renewed after its first season, but in July 2020—when it was renewed for its final season—the show was thrown a few curveballs. The pandemic delayed filming until last spring 2021, and then Applegate was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. Now though, it’s finally on track for a November 17 debut, and no one can wait to find out how the cliffhanger from Season 2 will end.

The trailer shows Jen being rushed to the hospital after the crash, and the duo is refreshingly alive—and pissed.”Could you get the f–king doctor,” says Judy first, quickly followed by Jen (in a slightly calmer voice), “Could you please get the f–king doctor?” Can. Not. Wait.

Loyal fans will be relieved to know there have been no new cast announcements, so it’s safe to assume that the slate of actors who got them through the dark days of lockdown will be there to usher them toward the grand finale. The official season description reads”Jen is confronted with the dire consequences of taking a life, and Detective Perez (Diana Maria Riva) struggles to cover up her own complicity. Meanwhile, Judy faces her own existential crisis when her life is threatened by an unexpected force from her past and Ben (James Marsden) wrestles with his darkest demons. This season, no one’s future is guaranteed. Will Jen and Judy get away with their lives? And can they save each other?”

And here’s the new poster:


Get ready to binge.


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