The Franklin family is coming back for more drama in season 3!
This article was recently reviewed and is up to date as of March 14, 2021.
'The Oval' season 2 finally premiered on BET less than two weeks ago, but while we continue to anticipate what is going to happen on the next episodes, the network has already treated us to some great news.
'The Oval' is coming back for season 3! Yes, you read that right. With an average of 1.4 million viewers on BET alone, the show is so popular that we had no doubts that it is coming back in the future. However, BET managed to catch us all off-guard with its very early renewal announcement. Nonetheless, we are very happy to welcome the news.
Let's find out everything we need to know about the third season.
The Whitehouse will open its doors to us once more as 'The Oval' officially gets renewed for season 3!
The show is renewed on February 23, 2021, just a few days since season 2 premiered on February 16, 2021, on BET.
"Make sure to say congrats to the cast of #TheOvalOnBET because Tyler Perry's The Oval was renewed for a third season." the announcement read.
BET is yet to announce the release date for season 3. Season 2 has not finished airing the complete episodes yet, so we are guessing it will take a while. The previous seasons had unpredictable release schedules, so we can't get a clue from there too.
'The Oval' premiered on October 23, 2019, on BET. It was renewed for a second season on April 27, 2020, and production began on August 4, 2020. Season 2 premiered on February 16, 2021.
According to Deadline, season 3 production will begin at Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta later this year.
Season 2 is still currently airing, so it's hard to figure out what the third season will be about until we see how the narrative wraps up for season 2.
Season 2 contains 22 episodes, and as of this writing, the show has released only three episodes so far. Season 2 talks about what can happen if a crazed maniac and his equally insane family take residence in the most iconic house. The series also highlights the mundane and personal lives of the staff, who run the inner workings of the nation’s most powerful residence.
There is no official casting announcement yet, but we are likely to see the whole ensemble cast return for another season.
The cast members are Ed Quinn, Kron Moore, Paige Hurd, Daniel Croix Henderson, Javon Johnson, Ptosha Storey, Vaughn Hebron, Teesha Renee, Lodric Collins, Ciera Payton, Taja V. Simpson, Walter Fauntleroy, Brad Benedict, Travis Cure, Matthew Law, Bill Barrett, and Derek A. Dixon.
None so far, but it will surely drop in the future. Once BET releases the official trailer for season 3, we will immediately update this section. For now, we will leave you with this drama-filled season 2 trailer while waiting.