The cable dramedy will continue in 2021.
May 26, 2020
FX announced today that Mr Inbetween has been picked up for a third season. The good news comes half a year after the Australian crime dramedy aired its sophomore run, which once again drew high praise from both audiences and critics.
Created and written by Scott Ryan, who also stars, Mr Inbetween follows Ray Shoesmith, a divorced father with anger issues. He does his best to raise his daughter while having a personal life, all while working as a criminal-for-hire.
Look for Season 3 in 2021.
05/27/20 at 09:56pm
we get it @monk, you have no imagination.
05/27/20 at 05:24pm
This show is awful. No nuances for a character who is an outright psychopath that the showrunner is trying to convince us has redeeming value because he is such a great daddy! And he gets away with the most outlandish stuff! Are all the cops in Australia a bunch of cowardly, stupid rubes? I think not; he would be locked up ten times over in reality. Not even close to believable. A really great show dealing with characters like these is for example The Sopranos or Breaking Bad, with terrible characters you care about because one sees their humanity despite themselves. And with terrific opponents, like Hank in BB.
05/27/20 at 10:07am
AWESOME NEWS!!! This is one of the best shows on TV right now.
05/27/20 at 05:55am
One of my favorite shows out there. This is such good news. This channel should have picked up Happy! after it was cut by Syfy. The channel that runs this show is much more to that type of humor and originality.
05/26/20 at 09:39pm
yes !!! great show ! dark and funny at the same time
05/26/20 at 07:13pm
Yes!!! Love this show!!!
05/26/20 at 05:18pm
Fantastic show. This is great news.
05/26/20 at 04:58pm
Umm it's New Zealand
05/26/20 at 04:34pm
Great news, lovely gem of a show with a good mix of comedy and seriousness.
05/26/20 at 04:33pm
I didn’t realize it hadn’t been renewed again already. FX has been replaying past season(s) so I was waiting for season 3 to air. ... When?
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