The season will consist of a total of eighteen episodes. It aired on Thursdays at 10:00 PM until the eighth episode, before moving to Wednesdays at 10:00 PM for the rest of the season. It premiered on November 19, 2020 with "Hit & Run".
- 1 Storyline Information
- 2 Season Summary
- 3 Episodes
- 4 Videos
- 5 Gallery
- 6 Trivia
- 7 References
Storyline Information[edit | edit source]
Confirmed new elements/information about Season 3's storyline:
- The identity of the truck driver that hit Eddie.
- The Black Lives Matter movement will be addressed.
Season Summary[edit | edit source]
Overview[edit | edit source]
Friendship isn't a big thing. It's a million little things. Our gang ended last season with many challenges in front of them. In season three, we'll see our group of friends once again lean on each other in ways that are both moving and aspirational—something we could all use right now.
When we last saw Rome and Regina, they were about to adopt their son, only to have Eve, the birth mother they had come to know and love, change her mind. With that, Regina finally broke, leaving Rome at a loss as she heartbreakingly admitted: “You made me want this.” Rome and Regina must now face the challenge of moving forward—but how can they move forward from the loss of a child? Especially when that child is still alive, being loved by someone else.
As for Delilah, while she has been having fun with Miles, she begins to question if “having fun” is enough. While Sophie embarks on a journey to pursue her music and Danny discovers his confidence at school, Delilah sees her older children growing into young adults, even after losing their dad. And when Delilah realizes that her time with her own father is limited, she makes a life-changing decision.
When we left Gary, he had just made the difficult choice to pursue his new relationship with Darcy and leave his romance with Maggie in the past. As Gary begins to navigate dating Darcy, he encounters an unexpected challenge when he finds himself becoming an instant father figure to kids of his own. But the process of stepping into these fatherly shoes causes Gary to reflect on the way he himself was raised and make a life-altering decision.
Meanwhile, on the heels of confessing her feelings for Gary, Maggie arrives in Oxford. But her conviction to find out who she is without cancer is renewed when her new roommate Jamie encourages her to create a podcast, chronicling her experiences at Oxford and finding her voice. Maggie's British alter ego allows her to take chances and live outside her comfort zone—while she's literally living outside her comfort zone. But when unforeseen circumstances throw a wrench into her plans, we see Maggie finally bloom into the person she's always wanted to be.
As for the Savilles, we left last season with a big cliff hanger. Is Eddie dead or alive? While the premiere will answer that question, what we'll see this season is that Katherine and Theo will never be the same. They must tap into their strength and redefine their lives, leaning on each other like never before. Through their story, we will follow two mysteries: Who hit Eddie that night? And was this accident really an accident?
And just when the friends seem to find their new normal, their lives are upended when, like ours, COVID-19 rocks their world. We'll see the topics our show depicts—depression, breast cancer, chemical dependency, domestic violence, friendship, family and love—and how all of them are heightened by the challenges our world is facing right now. And we'll rediscover what our gang has always known in their hearts: With the love and support of your friends, you can get through anything.
Cast[edit | edit source]
Starring[edit | edit source]
- David Giuntoli as Eddie Saville
- Floriana Lima as Darcy Cooper
- Romany Malco as Rome Howard
- Allison Miller as Maggie Bloom
- Christina Moses as Regina Howard
- Grace Park as Katherine Saville
- James Roday Rodriguez as Gary Mendez
- Stephanie Szostak as Delilah Dixon
- Tristan Byon as Theo Saville
- Lizzy Greene as Sophie Dixon
- Chance Hurstfield as Daniel Dixon
Recurring[edit | edit source]
Guest Starring[edit | edit source]
- Matt Ward as Will
- Keeya King as Tennille
- Andrew Leeds as Peter Benoit
- Bobbi Charlton as Jackie
- Andrea Savage as Dr. Stacy
- Karen Robinson as Florence
Returning[edit | edit source]
Crew[edit | edit source]
Writers[edit | edit source]
- DJ Nash ("Hit & Run", "Miles Apart", "Trust Me")
- Michelle Leibel ("Hit & Run", "Miles Apart")
- Geoffrey Nauffts ("Writings On the Wall")
- Terrence Coli ("Writings On the Wall", "The Price of Admission")
- David Marshall Grant ("Letting Go", "Timing")
- Elizabeth Laime ("Letting Go", "Trust Me")
- Christopher Luccy ("The Talk", "The Lost Sheep")
- Nikita T. Hamilton ("The Talk", "The Lost Sheep", "Listen")
- Ashley Sims ("Non-essential")
- Gabriela Revilla Lugo ("Non-essential")
- Katie Scheines ("Timing")
- Royale Watkins ("The Price of Admission", "Listen")
- Corey Deshon ("The Price of Admission", "Listen")
Directors[edit | edit source]
- Nina Lopez-Corrado ("Hit & Run", "Letting Go", "Non-essential", "Timing", "The Lost Sheep", "Episode 3.14")
- Tessa Blake ("Writings On the Wall", "The Talk", "Miles Apart", "The Price of Admission", "Trust Me")
- Nicole Rubio ("Listen")
Episodes[edit | edit source]
Hit & Run[edit | edit source]
Writings On the Wall[edit | edit source]
Letting Go[edit | edit source]
The Talk[edit | edit source]
Non-essential[edit | edit source]
Miles Apart[edit | edit source]
Timing[edit | edit source]
The Price of Admission[edit | edit source]
The Lost Sheep[edit | edit source]
Trust Me[edit | edit source]
Redefine[edit | edit source]
Junior[edit | edit source]
Listen[edit | edit source]
Videos[edit | edit source]
Gallery of videos used to promote the season.
Gallery[edit | edit source]
Gallery of photographic stills used to promote the season.