Derry Girls Season 3: Show Got the Green Light!

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Derry Girls Season 3: Show Got the Green Light!
Derry Girls Season 3: Show Got the Green Light!

Derry Girls is a dark comedy sitcom airing on Channel 4. The TV series is directed by Michael Lennox and created by Lisa McGee.

The story follows the daily exploits of Erin and her friends during their life in 1990s Northern Ireland as they try to navigate life as teenagers through The Troubles (an ethos-nationalist conflict in Northern Ireland)

The show was well received and has a whopping score of 8.4/10 in IMDb and 98% in Rotten Tomatoes.

The first season of the show premiered on 4 January 2018 and each episode has a run time of 22 minutes.

The second season of the show was released on 5th March 2019. Both seasons had six episodes each.

Will there be a third season?

Derry Girls Season 3: Show Got the Green Light!
Derry Girls Season 3: Show Got the Green Light!

Yes! The show was renewed immediately after the telecast of the second season. 

The third season was supposed to be aired in the spring of 2020. But this was pushed further due to the issues in the product caused by the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

The cast of the third season

The lead role of Erin Quinn will be played by Sairose-Monica Jackson. And other acclaimed actors such as Nicola Coughlan, Louisa Harland, Dylan Llewellyn, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell are also being cast.

The plot of the third season

As usual, the series will be following the misadventures of Erin and her friends. And it has been confirmed that this season will be full of even more fun-filled experiences!

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