Derry Girls is the show is made and composed by Lisa McGee. Michael Lennox directs it and made by Hat Trick Productions. The show is set in Derry, Northern Ireland in the 1990s. Up until today, the show has two seasons and has been renewed for a third season.
The very first season conducted until February 8, 2018 for a month, and premiered on January 4, 2018. Another season, which aired to April 9, 2019, from March 5, 2019 followed it. Both seasons had six episodes each. The series was renewed.
Derry Girls Season 3: Release Date and Twist
According to rumors, the release date of Derry Girls Season 3 was set for May 2020. Due to the Corona pandemic that is widespread, it seems that the release date will be severely delayed.
No official announcement by the showrunners has been made regarding the delay. We’ll keep you updated once the news falls before then, stay safe!
Derry Girls Season 3 will be featuring the cast members, when season three returns. The matching cast comprises Saoirse-Monica Jackson as Erin Quinn, Louisa Harland as Orla McCool, Nicola Coughlan as Clare Devlin, Jamie-Lee O’Donnell as Michelle Mallon, Dylan Llewellyn as James Maguire, Tara Lynne O’Neill as Mary Quinn, Tommy Tiernan as Gerry Quinn and Ian McElhinney as Grandpa Joe.
There’ll be recurring characters that will be making an appearance. Though no official announcement is made for the cast come back, we are sure we will see those faces. There’s also no news whether we would have new faces.
Derry Girls Season 3: Plot and Trailer
The premise revolves around her English cousin James, and the lives of Erin Michelle because they navigate through their teenage lives.
All of these attend a girls’ secondary school as they direct their lives through the end of The Troubles in Derry. The comedy deals with love, friendship, laughter, heartbreak, and politics.
The Reviews of Season 2
The evaluation for the series on Rotten Tomatoes is 100 percent. A review on the website reads:
“A perfectly curated cast and raw composing drive Derry Girls’ dark comedy as founder Lisa McGee makes dimmed mild of teen life in 1990s Northern Ireland.”
Neither the showrunners nor the cast has made any statement regarding the launch of even a trailer or an official date. But so stay tuned!