Netflix’s coming-of-age drama Atypical, which is all about a teenager who is on the autistic spectrum, is ready to return back for a third season.
The show follows a teenager Sam and his family’s everyday life as they face hardships with his behaviors as they all live in a typical modern world.
Netflix recently confirmed that a third season has been commissioned and seems to be just around the corner.
Here is everything you need to know about Atypical season three.
Atypical season 3 release date on Netflix
The Atypical season three on Netflix will be released on Friday, 1st of November 2019.
The third season was commissioned back in October 2018, just after the release of season two. The Production for the third season started back in April 2019.
What’s Atypical about and what’s going to happen in season 3?
The series follows the Gardeners: Sam (Keir Gilchrist), an 18-year-old teenager on the autistic spectrum; his protective younger sister, Casey (Brigette Lundy-Paine); his mother, Elsa (Jennifer Jason Leigh); and father Doug (Michael Rapaport).
The first season started with Sam’s announcement that his therapist had encouraged him to “get out there” and start searching for love. As Sam becomes more independent, Elsa struggles to let go of her caregiver role. Meanwhile, Casey is admitted into a private school on an athletic scholarship.
The third season will no doubt see Casey continue to struggle with her confused romantic feelings for Izzie, a new school friend. Now the question arises that will Casey break up with her boyfriend, Evan, or pretend that her and Izzie’s almost-kiss never happened?
Meanwhile the end of season two saw Sam apply to university, on the encouragement of his therapist Julia. He won a place on Denton University’s Scientific Illustration course and season three will hopefully see him adapt to university life.
Cast of season 3
Sara Gilbert has tweeted that she is joining the cast of Atypical for season three.
Trailer for Atypical season 3
Until the release of season 3 trailer, you can check out the trailer for season 2 which is available on Netflix.