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I am Sorry Season 3: Release Date, Cast, New Season/Cancelled

I am Sorry Season 3

Family dramas, especially the ones that make us go rolling on the floor with laughter, are some of the most loved movies in the world. They can make you happy whenever you feel low and the best part is that you can watch most of these with your family. Well, if it is a sitcom, the blessings just double since you can binge the show with your family or friends, for an entire night.

“I am sorry” is one of the most loved television sitcoms on the internet. Its situational comedy and relevant plot, have made it so loved amongst its audience and are a prominent reason behind the expansion of its fan base. Ever since the second season of the series went off the air (it can still be streamed on OTT platforms), fans of the show have been eagerly waiting for its third season’s release date.

Show details:

Television series: I am sorry
Genre: Sitcom

Comedy

Drama

Composers:  Andrew Feltenstein

John Nau

Danny Dunlap

Original run: July 12, 2017 –

March 13, 2019 

Producers Andrea Savage

Joey Slamon

Jessica Elbaum

Jason Zaro

Billy Rosenberg

Will Ferrell

Adam McKay

Andy Samberg

Jorma Taccone

Akiva Schaffer

Directed by: Andrea Savage
Starcast: Andrea Savage 

Tom Everett Scott 

Olive Petrucci 

Original language: English
Production houses: Pamplemousse Productions

Kablamo! (season 1)

A24 (season 2)

Lonely Island Classics

Gloria Sanchez Productions

I am Sorry Season 3 Release Date

More about the show:

I am sorry is a very loved television sitcom that revolves around a family, its issues, and how they deal with it daily. The show belongs to the genre of Sitcom, comedy, and drama. It was created by Andrea Savage and stars Andrea Savage, Tom Everett Scott, and Olive Petrucci in important roles. 

The background score of the show has been given by Andrew Feltenstein, John Nau, and Danny Dunlap. The show has been made in the United States of America and its original language is English. It has had two seasons released till now and both the seasons had a total of 20 episodes.

The executive producers of the show are Andrea Savage, Joey Slamon, Jessica Elbaum, Jason Zaro, Billy Rosenberg, Will Ferrell, Adam McKay, Andy Samberg, Jorma Taccone, and Akiva Schaffer. The entire show has been shot on a single-camera set-up. 

Each episode was 24 minutes long. The Production companies involved in its production process are Pamplemousse Productions, Kablamo! (season 1), A24 (season 2), Lonely Island Classics, and Gloria Sanchez Productions. The official distributors of the show are Warner Bros. Television Distribution.

Plot:

The story of the sitcom series “I’m Sorry” revolves around the main character of the series- Andrea Savage (“Veep”, “Episodes”) who is a wife and also a mother and is a star in this thirty-minute scripted comedy as a budding writer. Andrea as a mother and as a person has a huge problem with her extremely outward confidence which is belied by an inner sense of immaturity and neuroses where the manifestation always happens in an unexpected way that always causes problems. 

In the small circle of her family lies a more straitlaced husband – Mike Savage and their dear daughter who is quite inquisitive in many ways – Amelia Savage. In the midst of the small circle and the big screen lies Andrea trying her best while navigating her self-induced complications whose occurrences have passed about the range of the word “often”. 

In the premiere episode of the 12 episode season 1 of the series, the story kicks off with Andrea finding a salacious secret of another mother whose daughter attends the same school as her daughter Amelia which she isn’t able to get past. The situation puts her in a situation where she ends up playing phone tag with her doctor’s office which makes everyone around her suspicious as it is quite unlikely for a doctor to contact a patient on a Saturday.

Characters:

  • Andrea Savage featured in the role of Andrea Warren.
  • Tom Everett Scott featured in the role of Mike Harris.
  • Olive Petrucci featured in the role of Amelia Harris-Warren.
  • Kathy Baker featured in the role of Sharon.
  • Nelson Franklin featured in the role of David.
  • Judy Greer featured in the role of Maureen.
  • Jason Mantzoukas featured in the role of Kyle.
  • Martin Mull featured in the role of Martin.
  • Lyndon Smith was featured in the role of Miss Shelly.
  • Gary Anthony Williams featured in the role of Brian.
  • Steve Zissis featured in the role of Sandy.

Episodes:

  • The show has had two seasons. Both the seasons had 10 episodes each. 
  • The first episode of the first season was named “Pilot” and it was released on July 12, 2017. It was helmed by Rachel Lee Goldenberg and it was written by Andrea Savage.
  • The second episode of the first season was named “Racist Daughter” and it was released on July 12, 2017. It was helmed by Dale Stern and it was written by Andrea Savage.
  • The third episode of the first season was named “Ass Cubes” and it was released on July 19, 2017. It was helmed by Dale Stern and it was written by Joey Slamon.
  • The fourth episode of the first season was named “Goddess Party” and it was released on July 26, 2017. It was helmed by Dale Stern and it was written by Dannah Phirman & Danielle Schneider.
  • The fifth episode of the first season was named “Acts of Service” and it was released on August 2, 2017. It was helmed by Amy York Rubin and it was written by Lon Zimmet.
  • The sixth episode of the first season was named “Too Slow” and it was released on August 9, 2017. It was helmed by Dale Stern and it was written by Tony Gama-Lobo.
  • The seventh episode of the first season was named “Divorce Fantasy” and it was released on August 16, 2017. It was helmed by Amy York Rubin and it was written by Andrea Savage.
  • The eighth episode of the first season was named “Butt Bumpers” and it was released on August 23, 2017. It was helmed by Andrea Savage and it was written by Dannah Phirman & Danielle Schneider.
  • The ninth episode of the first season was named “Weekend alone” and it was released on August 30, 2017. It was helmed by Dale Stern and it was written by Lon Zimmet.
  • The tenth episode of the first season was named “Off the Charts” and it was released on September 6, 2017. It was helmed by Amy York Rubin and it was written by Joey Slamon.
  • The first episode of the second season was named “Quietly Bleeding” and it was released on January 9, 2019. It was helmed by Alex Reid and it was written by Andrea Savage.
  • The second episode of the second season was named “These Are My Fingers” and it was released on January 16, 2019. It was helmed by Stephanie Laing and it was written by Elizabeth Laime.
  • The third episode of the second season was named “Barbara T. Warren” and it was released on January 23, 2019. It was helmed by Andrea Savage and it was written by Krister Johnson.
  • The fourth episode of the second season was named “Couple’s Massage” and it was released on January 30, 2019. It was helmed by Stephanie Laing and it was written by Andrea Savage.
  • The fifth episode of the second season was named “Extra Boobs” and it was released on February 6, 2019. It was helmed by Alex Reid and it was written by Jeff Drake.
  • The sixth episode of the second season was named “The Small of My Back” and it was released on July 12, 2017. It was helmed by Alex Reid and it was written by Joey Slamon.
  • The seventh episode of the second season was named “Little Louse on the Prairie” and it was released on February 20, 2019. It was helmed by Andrea Savage and it was written by Joey Slamon.
  • The eighth episode of the second season was named “Sophie’s Choice” and it was released on February 27, 2019. It was helmed by Stephanie Laing and it was written by Andrea Savage.
  • The ninth episode of the second season was named “Miss Diana Ross” and it was released on March 6, 2019. It was helmed by Alex Reid and it was written by Krister Johnson.
  • The tenth episode of the second season was named “New York vs. LA” and it was released on March 13, 2019. It was helmed by Stephanie Laing and it was written by Joey Slamon.

Will there be I am Sorry Season 3?

Initially, the makers of the show were about to renew it for its third season in 2020. However, due to the pandemic, it was postponed.

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