Fleabag is a British – comedy series. Phoebe Waller-Bridge is the creator of the show. The show premiered on 21st July 2016. Waller-Bridge also performed a play, under the same title. Fleabag received positive reviews from the critics. The series won the British Academy Television Award for Best Female Comedy Performance and other 11 Primetime Emmy Awards nominations, winning 6 out of them.
The second season of the show released on 4 March 2019. Fleabag managed to acquire an impressive viewership and fanbase. Here in this article, we bring to you the latest updates regarding the third season of the show. So, keep on reading for all the updates.
The show is about a character named Fleabag. The story is a comic description of a middle-class woman, struggling with her life and supporting her lifestyle. Fleabag also is full of sarcasm. We can see her making sneaky remarks when no one is around. She owns a cafe. But, her cafe is always suffering from a financial crisis. Her boyfriend keeps on leaving her. She gets herself indulged in casual relationships with strangers. Fleabag’s mother dies. After which he shifts with her Godmother. Her best friend dies in an accident. After which she suffers from PTSD.
All the tragedies somehow affect the behavior of Fleabag. But, the situations depicted in the show follow very light-hearted humor.
Fleabag Season 3:
The award-winning show, Fleabag, released the second season on 4 March 2019. It concluded on 8 April 2019. The fans are anticipating for the third season of the show to come out.
The sad news is that the creators of the show have announced the second season as the finale of the show. Which means, that there will not be another season of the show. Also, the second season concluded with a reasonable ending.
- Phoebe Waller-Bridge as Fleabag
- Sian Clifford as Claire
- Olivia Colman as Fleabag’s and Claire’s godmother
- Bill Paterson as Fleabag’s father
- Brett Gelman as Martin, Claire’s American husband
- Hugh Skinner as Harry, Fleabag’s ex-boyfriend
- Hugh Dennis as a bank manager
- Ben Aldridge
- Jamie Demetriou as bus rodent
- Jenny Rainsford as Boo
- Andrew Scott as the priest
- Fiona Shaw as Fleabag’s counselor
- Kristin Scott Thomas as Belinda
- Ray Fearon as a hot misogynist
- Angus Imrie as Jake
- Christian Hillborg as Klare
- Jo Martin as Pam