The second season of British dramedy Flack has reportedly dropped on Prime Video. Now that the second season has released, fans are wondering if there will be a third season. The over-the-top drama comes with a massive amount of humor and subtle character development.
The way the second season has concluded, there might not be an avenue for the third season. At the time of writing, there isn’t a confirmation if the third season will return. However, many people have watched the second season on Prime Video, and they want the streaming platform to bring the series for another run.
Flack Season 3: Release Date
The second season was always the final season of Flack, and the storyline is all wrapped up. But, fans of the series would love to see Anna Paquin as the American publicist.
There isn’t a release date for the forthcoming season at the time of writing. Amazon usually takes 14-18 months to release a new season of its original show. The positive side of Flack’s premise is that it doesn’t require much VFX compared to Carnival Row and The Boys.
If the series somehow comes back for another season. There is a highly likely chance that the series will release sometime in August 2022.
Flack Season 3: Trailer
The makers of the series and the streaming platform hasn’t released a trailer yet. However, the news shouldn’t be surprising as the series hasn’t been renewed for a third season. You’ll be updated about the trailer as soon as it is released from official sources.
Flack Season 3: Plot
In the second season finale of Flack, Robyn was fired from her job. She even alienated everyone from her life. The third season would require us to continue the story as to what will Robyn do next.
Fans would like to see Melody and Eve more than ever as people who are working together. Therefore, the second season’s avenue will showcase Melody and Eve as people, not just the outstanding PR experts.
Flack Season 3: Cast
If Flack returns for a third season, the main cast is returning like Anna Paquin, Genevieve Angelson, Sophie Okonedo, Rebecca Benson, Lydia Wilson, Andrew Leung, and Rufus Jones.