Derry Girls is a British sitcom created and written by Lisa Mcgee. Hatrick productions produce the series. The set is put up/ based in Derry( North Ireland), referring to the year 1990. The first series was broadcasted in January and February 2018 on Channel 4. The second season premiered, however, late in March and April 2019.
According to certain trustable sources, it is quite confirmed that the sitcom would be returning for a third season as it had been given a green signal and fans are already waiting for the next part. According to details the third version of the series will release this year ( which is 2020) and engaging and involving topics will be put forward. The story is based on five girls namely – Erin( Saoirse- Monica- Jackson), her cousin Orla( Louisa Harland), Erin’s friend Clare( Nicola Coughlan), another friend named Michelle( Jamie- Lee- O’Donnell), and then Michelle’s cousin James( Dylan Llewellyn) where they navigate their teen years during the end of the troubles in Derry, where they were seen attending a secondary- Catholic girls high school.
Channel 4’s director of the program announced how excited she is for the renewal and couldn’t keep it to herself so she is breaking the news. No confirmation yet on any particular date is given. Still, following the pattern of the show, if the filming started last May ( which is May 2019) then we can probably expect Season 3 to be aired on Netflix towards April 2020.
In a current interview, Mcgee said the third season will be showing a better period and the hometown will March towards the peace and prosperity aspects, moreover, it may show the Good Friday Agreement of 1998.
The cast, however, would include the major characters, and the audience can also expect to see Tara Lynee O’ Neil as Ma/Mary and Kathy Kiera Clarke as Aunt Sarah.
For further updates, the fans can stay tuned and get in all the details.