We discuss the Netflix series Dead to Me Season 3, including the release date, time, plot synopsis, cast, and trailer.
After two and a half year hiatus, we are finally getting the third and final season of Dead To Me. I am sure you are like me and don’t exactly remember what went down at the end of season 2, but I remember that big car crash that ended the season. Below we share everything you need to know about Dead to Me season 3.
Dead to Me Season 3 plot synopsis
Here is the official synopsis:
Jen and Judy return for the third and final season. In the aftermath of yet another hit and run, both women receive shocking news and are ready to risk their lives for a friendship that’s above the law.
Our opinion of the premise
Season 2 saw so many things go down that Jen and Judy buried bodies and secrets while trying to make things work without anyone finding out. However, after leaving notes for everyone thinking she would be gone for good, Jen returned home and shocked everyone. Again, we thought everything would be perfect, but the ladies were struck by a drunk Ben, causing a massive accident. What a cliffhanger for two years, right? Well, I am glad the series is only coming back for one more year because these two have gotten away with so much without much repercussion (per se). The premise doesn’t give away too much, but we are in season 3. If you like the first two seasons, we will all want to see how it ends.
Dead to Me season 3 release date
Season 3 will be released globally on Netflix on Thursday, November 17th, 2022, at 12 am PT. There will be a total of 10 episodes
How to watch Dead to Me season 3 online
Audiences will be able to watch Dead to Me season 3 with a subscription to Netflix. The basic plan for Netflix is $9.99. If you want HD, you’ll need to get the standard package at $15.49. Finally, for Ultra HD, the premium package costs $19.99. Additionally, here is everything we know about the plan for Netflix adverts.
Dead to Me season 3 cast
Here is the main cast:
- Christina Applegate as Jen Harding
- Linda Cardellini as Judy Hale
- James Marsden as Ben Wood
The production team
Here is the team behind it all:
- Liz Feldman, Executive Producer
- Christina Applegate, Executive Producer
- Jessica Elbaum, Executive Producer
- Will Ferrell, Executive Producer
- Adam McKay, Executive Producer
- Christie Smith, Executive Producer
- Linda Cardellini, Co-Executive Producer
Is there a trailer?
There sure is! Check it out below:
As I mentioned above, if you are invested in the series, you will be watching the show. However, Netflix/creators do a great job in the trailer of giving this ten-second montage to quickly remind us where we are. Jen seems to be a bit more banged up from the accident in the trailer, while Judy is a little more active. But Steve’s body was found, and the ladies have a ton to be concerned about. The cops are after the ladies and doing everything they can to clear their names. Seriously, this trailer is perfect. It might have been two years, but the trailer has me EXCITED to watch the final season.