In the summer of last year, when we said goodbye to Game of Thrones with a terrible last season, Barry Season 2 was one of the few great stuff from the HBO. After a successful Season, 2 HBO shortly renewed it for another season, Season 3. Over a year has passed since the official announcement was made. This great TV series with so many awards and nominations, including 17 prime time Emmy nominations, is all set to get a third season.
Barry is starring Bill Hader, a comedy crime TV show co-created by Bill Hader and Alec Berg. The first season was premiered in 2018, introducing a former Hitman who aspires to be an actor. Season 2 ended on a high note. In the season finale, Henry Winkler’s character discovered the truth of his partner’s murder. Now fans are excited for the next season to follow Barry’s journey, and he will no longer be the same Barry Berkman.
All the seasoned cast members are expected to reprise their roles, including Bill Hader. This is how he described he described the previous season as the creator and main character.
There’s a big thing in the show that is part of our initial idea when we first sat down and talked about it that we’ve never gotten to. Every season I’ve written it up on the board, and we put enough story in front of it that it just gets knocked off the board, and we’re like, ‘Oh I guess we’re gonna have to put that in the next season,’ and then Season 2 I put it up there and it just keeps getting knocked off the board. In two weeks I’m going to [put it back up on the board], and we’re going to see if we get to that, and I think that’ll be an important thing to know where you take off from there or if you just kinda wrap it up.”
We have not received any information about Season 3 since it was ordered in April 2019. In August 2019, when someone asked him about the Season 3, he seemed as clueless as we are.
As previous Seasons followed the March release, everyone was expecting Season 3 to be released on March. But March has already passed and we have not heard anything from the creators. Season 1 and Season 2 are currently streaming on Hulu.