Dead to me season 3

Dead to me season 3


Dead to me season 3

Dead to Me is an American dark comedy streaming television series created by Liz Feldman and executively produced by Feldman, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, and Jessica Elbaum. The series premiered on May 3, 2019, on Netflix and stars Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini as two grieving women who bond during therapy. The first season received positive reviews. In June 2019, Netflix renewed the series for a second season which was released on May 8, 2020.

With its many juicy twists and enticing crime-fueled drama, Netflix's Emmy-nominated comedy thriller Dead to Me from creator Liz Feldman flies by like a page-turning summer beach read. The series—starring Christina Applegate in a Golden Globe-nominated performance and Linda Cardellini as a messed-up pair of Laguna Beach BFFs who met through tragedy and came together over their shared love for The Facts of Life, Entenmann's, and, well, a handful of deaths and incriminating secrets that follow them wherever they go—has amassed a huge following for its sense of humor, the savvy way it handles trauma, and the breadcrumbs of jaw-dropping reveals at every turn that always leave you wanting more. (Source: www.thrillist.com)


With Season 1 and Season 2 each focusing on one character's secret—the first being that Judy was involved with the hit-and-run that killed Jen's husband, and the second being that Jen didn't actually kill Steve in self-defense—Season 3 is set to be about somebody else's secret. Showrunner Liz Feldman told Refinery29 she knew where the upcoming installment would go, based on how Season 2 ended. She said, "Now there's somebody else with a secret." That's likely in reference to Ben, since he crashed into Jen and Judy while driving under the influence and drove away from the scene. As Feldman says, she's interested in continuing to explore the "constant give and take of, Do you tell somebody something if you know it will hurt them?" so the next installment should surround Ben's reckoning with abandoning the accident, potentially injuring Jen, whom he was romantically involved with, and whatever legal case ensues. (Source: www.thrillist.com)

It was written by Liz Feldman, Anthony King, Kate Robin, Abe Sylvia, Njeri Brown, Emma Rathbone, Kelly Hutchinson, and Rebecca Addelman. It was directed by Amy York Rubin, Abe Sylvia, Minkie Spiro, Kat Coiro, and Geeta Patel. (Source: www.thebulletintime.com)





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