Netflix’s Derry Girls Season 3 will begin filming anytime in 2021, announced Nicola Coughlan, that portrays Clare Devlin, one of Erin’s best friends in Derry Girls. The next season’s filming has been postponed due to this COVID-19 pandemic. The series viewers are waiting for it for the past two years.
Meanwhile, Nicola Coughlan who’s currently occupied with the project”Bridgerton” has supported via Twitter which Derry Girls Season 3 is about the way but she couldn’t confirm the launch date. She wrote, “Covid has pushed back filming several times which has been shite, but frankly the storylines in this show are the best we have ever done so that I can not tell you how worth it the wait will have been.”
The scripts of Derry Girls Season 3 are already written as supported by Nicola Coughlan. She recently talked to the series’s creator Lisa McGee concerning the storylines, which are”so brilliant.”
“We can not do anything involving a crowd right now, therefore logistically, it’s tough. However, I spoke to Lisa McGee lately and she talked me through the storylines. They’re so brilliant, which doesn’t surprise me – she’s just incredible – but it made me want to do it right now,” said Coughlan.
Ian McElhinney, who plays Granda Joe in Derry Girls, has told The Sun, about the difficulties they are facing. The filming for Season 4 was likely to begin back in May 2020. Currently, the staff is expecting they could shoot in the fall this year.
“I understand with Derry Girls, one of those stumbling blocks was that the variety of extras we might want. The amount of what we must do with extras”
“While you may have the ability to restrain the motion of actors and the way to kind of them when you start bringing in extras on any type of significant scale you then run into issues.
“So, that was certainly one of the things that interrupted our working on Derry Girls at the moment.”
All five girls are expected to reprise their roles in Derry Girls Season 3. Saoirse-Monica Jackson will return as Erin Quinn, Louisa Harland as Orla McCool, Nicola Coughlan as Clare Devlin, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell as Michelle Mallon, and last but not least, Dylan Llewellyn as James Maguire. Siobhán McSweeney can also be expected to come back as Sister Michael, the headmistress of this school that the girls attended.
The Channel 4 show, Derry Girls is set in Northern Ireland and follows 4 adolescent girls in high school getting around all kinds of naughtiness. The series is made and composed by Lisa McGee. The series was picked up by Netflix internationally.