Today we’ll be talking about American Vandal Season 3. American Vandal is an American mockumentary web series created by Dan Perrault and Tony Yacenda. The series first came out in 2017 on Netflix. And, since its first episode, it has been a huge hit. American Vandal showcases parodies based on real crime incidents, like Making a Murderer and Serial. Moreover, we all know the love for crime series among the audience these days. So, the show was quite praised for its humorous and different point of view to the crime tv.
American Vandal has successfully completed two seasons, and now the fans want the third part. However, there was news that Netflix has dropped the show, but things might take a different path.
So, let’s go ahead and get to know more about the next installment:
American Vandal Part 3: Is It On The Way?
As we mentioned, earlier, it was confirmed that the American Vandal Season 3 is canceled by the streaming giant. However, the makers of the show do not want to settle with the decision. According to insider news, the showrunners are planning to display the series on some other network. But, it is still in the works, so we might have to wait a little longer.
The show first dropped on 15th September 2017, with eight episodes. Following the success of the first season, the second season was released just a day before the first debut anniversary, on 14th September 2018. The fans were expecting the third season to air in September 2019, but, that never happened. Because it was canceled by Netflix. The streaming giant has not revealed the reason behind the cancellation but many fans say that the show “was too good for this world”.
Although, there is no need to lose hope as we can still enjoy the show in the future, just on some other platform. We still have to wait as most of the production is ceased due to the pandemic. Moreover, we might get another season in 2021.
Cast And Crew Of The Show
American Vandal Season 3 will be starring Tyler Alvarez (as Peter Maldonado), Griffin Gluck (as Sam Ecklund), Jimmy Tatro (as Dylan Maxwell), and Travis Tope (as Kevin McClain). The show also stars Joel Farrell (as Jared Hixenbaugh), Jessica Juarez (as Brianna “Ganj” Gagne), G Hannelius (as Christa Carlyle), Melvin Gregg (as DeMarcus Tillman), Taylor Dearden (as Chloe Lyman), and DeRon Horton as Lou Carter.
Tony Yacenda who is the creator of the show also serves as one of the writers and is also the director for the show.