The Kominsky Method Season 3

Chuck Lorre created the comedy-drama series called “The Kominsky Method” which premiered on 16th November 2018. This Netflix series was again renewed in January 2019 and the second season released on 25th October 2019. Right from its premiere, the show has had positive responses. It became a favorite of the audience, its humorous storytelling about life and old age touching everyone’s heart. The series has 16 episodes till now with each episode spanning for about half an hour. The show was nominated for many awards and even won American Film Institute Awards. It is known that the series has been renewed for the next season and The Kominsky Method will be back for its third and final season.

What is the story about?

The show features an actor called Sandy Kominsky who was enormously successful in his earlier years. But now Sandy must spend his years being an acting coach. He is accompanied by his widowed agent Norman and the series focuses on them as they struggle together with unpleasant problems. Kominsky meets a woman he likes through his acting class but doesn’t have the skills to make a relationship work. The death of his wife and his daughter’s addiction to drugs doesn’t make his life easier. Lorre is a comedic genius who has created gems like “The Big Bang Theory” and “Dharma and Greg” but Kominsky remains close to his heart as he tries to figure out life in his sixties. If you haven’t seen Kominsky questioning his existence along with his choices and relationships, you don’t know what you are missing!

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What about season 3?

There’s nothing to worry about as Netflix has announced the renewal of the series on 2nd July. This will be the final chapter for the series and creator Chuck Lorre is excited about it. But it’s release date is yet to be decided. TV production came to a halt due to the pandemic and filming has been delayed.

Who is in it?

Micheal Douglas as Sandy Kominsky
Alan Arkin as Norman Newlander
Sarah Baker as Mindy
Nancy Travis as Lisa
Paul Reiser as Martin