Is Trying Season 3 Release Date Coming Up Soon?

Comedies are a genre where everything falls in between. It happens seldom that a comedy hits the nail for everybody. Every person has a different sense of humor and so different things work for different people. Slapstick comedies, satirical comedies and romantic comedies. All of them have different sets of audiences. Trying is a comedy TV series like that. The British origin show has been created by Andy Wolton. BBC Studios Drama Productions has produced the show. The executive producers of the show include Andy Wolton, Jim O’Hanlon and Josh Cole. There are two seasons of the show as of now. Each episode of the show has a runtime of around 26 to 30 minutes.

The English language show has been directed by Jim O’Hanlon. It has been written by Andy Wolton. There are a total of 16 episodes in both seasons of the series. Chris Sussman and Emma Lawson have been credited as the producers of the show. The editors of the show are Mark Thornton, Mark Hermida, Andy Kinnear and Joe Randall-Cutler.

Trying Season 3 Release Date

Trying Season 3 Release Date

The first season of Trying was released on the 1st of May 2020. Both seasons have 8 episodes each. The second season of the show was released on the 21st of May 2021. Unlike the first season which was released on a single day, the second season was released episodically. The last season of the show was released on 2nd July 2021. The show has a rating of 7.6 on 10 on IMDb. As the show, received largely positive reviews, season 3 of the show is expected to release soon. However, no official announcement has not been made.

Trying Season 1 Release DateMay 1, 2020
Trying Season 2 Release DateMay 21, 2021
Trying Season 3 Release DateNot Announced
Trying Season 3 Release Date

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Trying Season 3 Story

The story of Trying follows the life of a young couple Nikki and Jason who are ‘trying’ to conceive a child. Their desire to become parents is what drives the story of the series. After several attempts to become a parent, the couple decides to go with the way of adoption. However, the process of adoption doesn’t come easy. It is a complex process with various legal steps. As the story progresses, we witness the couple overcoming various obstacles.

Jason and Nikki really wish to be parents. Yet, adoption requires more than just healthy parents. There family and friends are in a chaos. How they navigate their lives through this dysfunction makes for an intriguing watch. The first season of the starts with the couple learning that IVF is not an option for them. This sets the base for them to consider adoption. Whenever season 3 of the show releases it will be interesting to see how well the story go forward.

Trying as a series is relatable. The storyline grapples with the problems of a young couple and thus makes for an amazing experience. The story has a lot of scopes to take forward. One can expect that season 3, if and when it releases will have a lot to cover. Adoption is a hard process. Even after the adoption, it is a life long process of raising a kid in an unconventional setting. It impacts the child and it is essential for parents to ensure that they are being honest with their child. The series has been named brilliantly as the word ‘trying’ really fits with the desire of Jason and Nikki.

Trying Season 3 Cast

Trying Season 3 Release Date

The cast members of Trying include Rafe Spall playing the role of Jason Ross, Esther Smith playing the role of Nikki Newman, Imelda Staunton playing the role of Penny, Ophelia Lovibond playing the role of Erica, Oliver Chris playing the role of Freddy, Sian Brooke playing the role of Karen, Darren Boyd playing the role of Scott, Robyn Cara playing the role of Jennifer, Phil Davis playing the role of Vic, Paula Wilcox playing the role of Sandra, Marian McLoughlin playing the role of Jilly, Roderick Smith playing the role of John, Diana Pozharskaya playing the role of Sofia, Cush Jumbo playing the role of Jane and Navin Chowdhry playing the role of Deven.

Where To Watch Trying Online?

The show is available for streaming on Apple TV+ and Amazon Prime Video.

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