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Season 3 of the comedy television series The Good Place airs on NBC starting 27 September 2018.

Synopsis Edit

The first two seasons featured surprise after surprise and twist after twist, including a world-upending Season 1 finale that threw everything up in the air. At the end of Season 2, Michael appeared in front of the Judge (Maya Rudolph, also Emmy nominated) to argue that the humans may have been judged unfairly and deserve a second chance. With a snap of her fingers, the Judge sent the humans back to Earth, in a new timeline where they never died.

Also seeking redemption, along with Eleanor, are Senegalese philosopher Chidi Anagonye (William Jackson Harper, "Paterson"), who is tortured by decision-making; elegant Pakistani-British socialite Tahani Al-Jamil (Jameela Jamil, "Playing It Straight"); and dance-obsessed Floridian Jason Mendoza (Manny Jacinto, "The Romeo Section"). Michael is aided by Janet (D'Arcy Carden, "Broad City"), a human-esque repository for all of the knowledge in the universe.

StarringEdit

Recurring cast

Marc Evan Jackson as Shawn
Kirby Howell-Baptiste as Simone Garnett

Guest starring

Maya Rudolph as Gen
Adam Scott as Trevor

EpisodesEdit

  1. Chapter 27: Everything Is Bonzer! Part 1[1]
  2. Chapter 28: Everything Is Bonzer! Part 2
  3. Chapter 29: The Brainy Bunch
  4. Chapter 30: The Cloning Of Agamemnon
  5. Chapter 31: Jeremy Bearimy
  6. Chapter 32: The Ballad of Donkey Doug
  7. Chapter 33: A Fractured Inheritance
  8. Chapter 34: The Lizard and The Owl
  9. Chapter 35: Don't Let The Good Life Pass You By
  10. Chapter 36: Janet(s)
  11. Chapter 37: The Book of Doug
  12. Chapter 38 Chidi Sees The Time-Knife
  13. Chapter 39 Pandemonium

DevelopmentEdit

  • At 2018 San Diego Comic-Con, there was a sneak peek of the first two minutes of the season premiere. We learn that Michael is the one who saved Eleanor from the carts that initially killed her. [2]

Media Edit

ReferencesEdit

  1. The Good Place - Episode 3.01 - 3.13 (Season Finale) - Titles Revealed (August 2018)
  2. Hypable