I’m Sorry Season 3 – I’m Sorry is a Sitcom television series. Andrea Savage, who is known for her excellent work in ‘Veep’, created this series. This situation comedy is about a writer Andrea Warren who lives in Suburban LA, navigating motherhood, her career, marriage, and her social life. So far, it has two seasons -first season premiered on July 12, 2917, and second season released on January 9, 2019, on truTV.
Creators succeeded in making the show interesting and engaging the viewers. It got pretty good reviews from the viewers and critics with 73% ratings on Rotten Tomatoes.
TruTV renewed the series for the third season on June 18, 2019 and it can land anytime in 2020.
Here everything you need to know about it.
I’m Sorry Season 3: Release Date
There is no announcement about the official release date yet. Earlier, it was scheduled to be released in early 2020 but somehow got delayed and right now, we have no exact information about it.
The second season was released almost after one and a half years of the renewal date. So fans can expect it to premiere by the end of 2020.
I’m Sorry Season 3: Cast
Lead characters in the season are Andrea Savage as Andrea Warren and her husband Mike Harris played by Tom Everett. Other cast members include Olive Petrucci as Amelia Harris-Warren, Kathy Baker as Sharon, Nelson Franklin as David, Judy Greer as Maureen, Jason Mantzoukas as Kyle, Martin Mull as Martin, Lyndon Smith as Miss Shelly, Gary Anthony Williams as Brian, and Steve Zissis as Sandy.
I’m Sorry Season 3: Expected Plotline
This show is about a working woman who is trying to balance her personal and professional life. It focuses on Andrea Warren, a writer who writes comedies about her life experiences. She tries to balance different aspects of her life, from being a good mother to improving her career.
This show also deals with the racism faced by Amelia. Amelia who makes nasty jokes from nowhere about her husband.
It also gives us av important life lesson that whatever mistake you commit in your life just learn to say sorry and move on.