Derry Girls season 3 trailer launched by U.K. broadcaster Channel 4 as a Netflix original in North America, Derry Girls gained global popularity via Netflix.
Derry Girls is the funniest series of the hit Channel 4 comedy.
We have to watch this 3rd season because the screening date is still yet to be announced.
1st season of Derry Girls was Released back in 2018. This is a series plotting around the story of four Irish teenage girls and one English teenage boy during the 90s as they steer their lives during the Troubles in Northern Ireland.
The series is written and created by Lisa McGee, who drew on her own life story experiences growing up during the Troubles to create this fan-favorite comedy.
Derry Girls hit his first season on 4 January 2018 and was followed up only a year later for season 2. Season 2 got equally well-received as season 1. Season 2 is followed by the group of there Northern Ireland experienced unsettled peacetime and ended on an extremely heartwarming note. with James back-tracking on his decision to leave Derry. However, one moment that was particularly admired by fans was when James took Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson) to the prom at the last minute. Ever since the touching moment, which made audiences everywhere begging for more episodes. People have been hopeful that romance could be on the cards for the two characters.
Season3 trailer shows that while peace may be lasting in Derry, the peace may not be extending into the lives of Erin, Orla, Claire, Michelle, and James. While specific stories have not been revealed, the characters are finding themselves in their usual unfortunate situations which they are treating as life or death (whether they are or not), and of course, Gerry is in trouble as always.
“Derry Girls” star cast are Erin (Saoirse-Monica Jackson), her cousin Orla (Louisa Harland) and friends Clare (Nicola Coughlan), Michelle (Jamie-Lee O’Donnell) and Michelle’s tag along with English cousin, aka The Wee English Fella, James (Dylan Llewellyn). The show also stars Tommy Tiernan as Erin’s long-suffering father Gerry, Tara Lynne O’Neill as Erin’s mother Mary, Ian McElhinney as Granda Joe, Kathy Kiera Clarke as Aunt Sarah and Siobhan McSweeney as Sister Michael, the straight-talking Headmistress of Lady Immaculate College, which the group attends.