Let's have a look at what The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s third season has to offer us from its potential cast members to its speculated release date and trailer.
It’s pretty clear by now why The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel showrunner Amy Sherman-Palladino is pretty confident in her show, even after she signed a two-season contract on April 10th, 2017. And that confidence was showcased again when a third season was renewed back in May 2018, even before season 2 dropped in December of the same year. With that in mind, it would be really foolish to consider the new season isn’t already into production and that there aren’t enough juicy details for a three-page article.
So without further ado, let’s have a look at what The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s third season has to offer us from its potential cast members to its speculated release date and trailer.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel may have been renewed for a third season, but it’s release date hasn’t exactly been confirmed as of now. Still, if we were to follow the pattern of the previous seasons’ releases, we can make a sound educated guess.
The first season premiered on November 29, 2017, which is a Wednesday, while the second one showed up on Amazon Prime on December 5, 2018, a little over a year later, also on a Wednesday. At best, we can say that the third season may drop on Amazon probably on Wednesday, November 27th, or December 4th, a week later.
This hint was pretty much dropped earlier in March according to Rachel Brosnahan's Instagram. Also, since production for the third season is already underway since Wednesday, March 20 with a Staten Island set in place of an Oklahoma oil field, it is further hinted that the season could come around in December.
All of the main cast members will be reprising their roles for the third season, including:
Rachel Brosnahan as Midge Maisel
Alex Borstein as Susie Myerson
Michael Zegen as Joel Maisel
Tony Shalhoub as Abe Weissman
Rose Weissman as Marin Hinkle
Now comes the part where we’re introduced to the only fresh face that will grace the show’s third season, Sterling K. Brown. He made the announcement in a video update on his Twitter profile back on April 15th, but never actually specified the role that he would be playing.
Since the show’s setting is in the 50s, it is possible he might play an important black historical figure, or perhaps even a comedian such as Paul Mooney or Richard Pryor, although he is probably too old for either of those roles. So it could be possible for him to play an original character for the show, even perhaps be a potential love interest for Mrs. Maisel.
Other than him, there is no word on any other new casting members who are expected to join the series as of this point. But we’ll surely keep you posted about it later on.
Other than a renewal confirmation, there’s not much information we have as to what season 3 has to offer, not even a synopsis. But there are a couple of good guesses that we can make.
Showrunner Sherman-Palladino says that there won’t be much of a time skip moving forward as the show will probably pick up where it left off at Joel's office after meeting up with Midge. But the biggest takeaway came at the end of season 2 when Midge accepted Shy Baldwin's offer for going on a six-month tour as a major music star’s opening act. And because of this, many fans have come to theorize that this may be the show’s end since the decision will likely impact Midge’s supposed engagement to Benjamin.
And as for Joel, he might not be ready to get back in good graces with Midge as he has no intention for being her “punchline.” This didn’t help straighten things out for the better as Joel’s father was in the process of cutting him out of the family business and that he regrets cheating on Midge, which is expected. But the season did end with them reconnecting and then kissing, leading to the high possibility of Midge and Joel being back together officially if it’s not being saved for the third season. After all, they should work their way back to each other since they have children.
Not likely since the show recently went into production on March 20th. But we’ll continue to update the page when a teaser and an official full trailer finally launch. Since the first teaser for season 2 came in at August 9, 2018, we can probably expect the same thing with season 3.
Amazon is the official home for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, so that’s where you can watch the show.