The black comedy series Search Party debuted back in 2016 on TBS. Sarah-Violet Bliss, Charles Rogers, and Michael Showalter are the creators of the series. After that, its second season was premiered in 2017. Next year, it was renewed for the third season, but unfortunately, it was not able to release on TBS.
Recently Warner Bros. announced that the new episodes of Search Party would release on their new streaming service, HBO Max. The studio acquired the rights for the third season of the black comedy series and fixed release date for it. Also, the series is already revived for a fourth season by Warner Bros. Here’s everything which you should know about Search Party Season 3:
When Will Search Party Season 3 Arrive On HBO Max?
The forthcoming season of the black comedy series Search Party will take some time to release after the launch of HBO Max. So, Search Party Season 3 is slated to release on HBO Max on June 25, 2020. The new streaming service of Warner Bros., HBO Max, will launch on May 27, 2020.
Is There Any Trailer For Search Party Season 3?
The trailer for the upcoming season is not released yet, but HBO Max dropped a trailer for the previous seasons of the black comedy series Search Party. Have a look at it:
Who Will Feature In Search Party Season 3?
These stars will appear in the anticipated season of Search Party in the main lead.:
- Alia Shawkat
- John Reynolds
- John Early
- Meredith Hagner
We are not sure about the return of the other stars, and maybe we can see new cast members in it.
What Will Happen In Search Party Season 3?
As per HBO Max, the premise of the upcoming season of Search Party is: ‘Season three, arriving on June 25, finds the gang swept up in the trial of the century after Dory and Drew are indicted for the semi-accidental murder of a private detective.
As Elliott and Portia wrestle with whether or not to testify as witnesses, the friends are pitted against each other and pushed into the national spotlight. Dory’s sanity begins to fracture, and it often becomes clear that the group may not have brunch together again for quite some time.’