Netflix’s Atypical is one of the shows that delves the audience into the most sensitive topics of recent times. The lead of the show, Sam Gardner, a teenager who has autism spectrum, gained much popularity with its two seasons on the streaming service. With its latest incoming, Atypical Season 3, the fans are expecting quite a lot from Sam as he is off to college now.
Atypical is a coming age drama of Netflix, focuses on Sam, who has Autism along with love for Penguins. With this struggle, he also has to deal with bullying and exploitation at school, alongside his family struggles with his behavior in the house. The show received massive popularity among teenage demographic as the show deals with such a crucial topic of today’s world.
Atypical Season 3: Release Date Announcement
Yesterday, Netflix officially announced the premiere date for the third season of Atypical drama. Netflix series returns for a third season on Friday, Nov. 1, in the midnight of Halloween. The news came in along with an exclusive date announcement video. In that video, Nik Dodani who plays Zahid on the show teased the upcoming season. As the release is upon the midnight of Halloween, he teased that the premiere will also be all Halloweeny, filled with costumes and candies.
First Look From Season 3
Along with the renewal announcement, Netflix also revealed the first look pictures from the upcoming season of Atypical. One of the photos features Cassey and Lizzie dramatically starring at each other across the hall. Another image focuses on Sam working on something, most likely in his college.
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Atypical Season 3: Plot Details
The second season ended with Casey (Sam’s sister) realizing her sexuality. Also, Sam opened up more and got into a relationship with his classmate, Paige. The second season left all dwindling and build up a strong plot for the next season of Atypical.
The third season of the series will explore Sam’s life out of his family and school. He begins college at Denton University for Scientific Illustration course and figures out his life there, moreover dealing with his problem of Autism. However, the fans want to know whether Sam would finally give up on his therapist, Julia, as he is with Paige now. He was madly infatuated with Julia from the first season.
Meanwhile, Casey will confront her sexuality. The previous season saw her and Lizzie grew closer and closer until it was clear that their feelings were more than just platonic.
Also, Season 3 will see parents Elsa and Doug working upon their marriage. In the second season, their marriage almost ended when Elsa started an affair with a bartender. It looks like the two will get back together to re-unite the family in Atypical Season 3.
Previously, news came in that Will and Grace star Eric McCormack will feature in the upcoming season. McCormack will appear as Professor Shinerock, an eccentric art professor who loves to challenge and motivate his students. Along with him, Sara Gilbert (The Conners) will play Professor Judd, a university ethics professor who is generally irritable, strict, and mostly underwhelmed. Stay tuned for more updates on Atypical Season 3.