Chicago Party Aunt Season 3: Everything We Know So Far

Here are all the latest updates on Chicago Party Aunt Season 3.

Chicago Party Aunt Season 3

In July 2021, Netflix commissioned the show "Chicago Party Aunt," which follows the life of Diane, a proud Chicagoan known for her love of partying and vibrant personality. Voiced by Lauren Ash, Diane quickly gained a devoted following, alongside a talented cast that includes Rory O'Malley, Chris Witaske, Bob Odenkirk, and Jon Barinholtz. However, with two seasons already released, fans are eagerly awaiting news about whether there will be more episodes. Let's take a closer look at the situation.

Will Chicago Party Aunt Return For Season 3?

Now, the million-dollar question: Will Chicago Party Aunt return for a third season? Unfortunately, the outlook is far from promising. We've delved into the backgrounds of the creative minds at Titmouse and Netflix Animation who brought us this show, and it appears they've all moved on to other projects. This suggests that the show might have run its course, exhausting its initial episode orders.

In fact, most of the behind-the-scenes work for seasons 1 and 2 seems to have wrapped up by the middle to end of 2021. As a result, it's plausible that Netflix decided not to renew the series for any additional seasons during 2021 or 2022. However, it's worth noting that the show hasn't been officially canceled, leaving it in the ambiguous realm of what some might call a "ghost-canceled" series.

Chicago Party Aunt Twitter Account Is Still Active

Interestingly, despite the show's uncertain future, the official Twitter account that inspired the show remains active. The account continues to deliver witty remarks, discuss Chicago landmarks and public figures, and even engage with fans who adore the show. It's a testament to the enduring popularity of Chicago Party Aunt in the digital realm.


Chicago Party Aunt Performance Metrics

Now, let's take a closer look at how well Chicago Party Aunt performed on Netflix. In the realm of animated sitcoms, few have reached the heights of fan adoration achieved by shows like "Big Mouth" and "BoJack Horseman." Chicago Party Aunt, unfortunately, didn't quite reach these lofty heights.

It managed to crack the daily top 10 lists in only four countries, with just a brief appearance in the US top 10s for three days across its two seasons. Even when it came to reviews, both critics and IMDb users were less than enthused.

One particularly scathing review from the Michigan Daily painted a grim picture: "The Chicago Party Aunt Twitter account thrives because of its short, comedic tweets that allow followers to form their own picture of the woman behind the handle. Ultimately, Netflix fell short when it came to executing the new animated series: The jokes don’t hit, the storyline is nonexistent and the main character is difficult to relate to.

The Disappointment

Chicago Party Aunt
Chicago Party Aunt

So, in the face of these facts, it's natural to feel a tinge of disappointment if you were hoping for a third season of Chicago Party Aunt. While the future of the show remains uncertain, what we can say for certain is that Diane and her wild adventures have left a lasting impression on fans, both through the series and the vibrant Twitter account that continues to breathe life into her character.

In conclusion, it seems like Chicago Party Aunt might have thrown its last party on Netflix. While we can't predict the future, we can fondly look back on the laughter and antics that this show brought us over two memorable seasons. Whether or not it returns for a third season, one thing's for sure: Chicago Party Aunt has left a lasting mark in the world of animated comedy.