Dead to Me is an American dark comedy web television series created by Liz Feldman. It is one of the most successful Netflix series. It blends pretty well with those who love binge-watching a combination of comedy, mystery, and even murders. The audience will stay engaged till the end and end up demanding more and more.
It got premiered on May 3, 2019 and the second season released recently on May 8, 2020 and became one of the buzziest shows of Netflix. It has a very interesting and dramatic storyline which makes you question about human nature.
The main plotline of this story includes Jane and Judy. Both grieving for a similar mishappening. They got to know each other through therapy to handle the tragic death of their husbands. As the season passes on, their bond got stronger. They both were so close that they became inseparable. But the twist is that Judy and her ex-husband were hiding something from Jane.
In season two the story was terrific and the characters were so fully developed. The story is so interesting that you can’t stop binge-watching it.
Will there be a Dead to me season 3?
The audience adored both the season, so we’re willing to bet that a third season could very well be on the cards. The second series ended on another shocking cliffhanger, so fans will be hoping that a third season is confirmed sooner rather than later. But the dates are not revealed yet as Netflix hasn’t given any green signal to any new release.
As we all know that due to this Covid-19 pandemic, everything is at a pause. The same goes for the release of any new movie or web series. So all we can do is wait and wait. And moreover, it’s second season got released recently, so we cannot expect it’s next season to come this early.
Any changes with the cast?
Audience cannot even imagine this series without their favorite Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini. We are quite sure to see the return of Charlie (Sam McCarthy), Henry (Luke Roessler), detective Ana Perez (Diana-Maria Riva), Nick (Brandon Scott), Jen’s neighbour Karen (Suzy Nakamura), Jen’s former real estate partner Christopher (Max Jenkins), mother-in-law Lorna (Valerie Mahaffey), and Pastor Wayne (Keong Sim).