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Resident Alien Season 3 Release Date Set For 2023 On Syfy: Everything You Need To Know

Will there be another season of Resident Alien? Read on to find out more about Season 3 of Resident Alien.

Resident Alien is a science fiction mystery comedy-drama show for Syfy that was made by Chris Sheridan. Along with Mike Richardson, Keith Goldberg, Justin Falvey, Darryl Frank, David Dobkin, and Robert Duncan McNeill, Sheridan is also the show’s executive producer.

The show’s first season started on January 27, 2021, and the second season started on January 26, 2022. It got good reviews from critics and has a 94% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes right now. Due to the show’s popularity, the creators have decided to make a third season.

So, when does the next season come out? How does the story go? Who would play the main roles again? Keep reading to get more information.

Resident Alien Season 3: Release Date Details

The new season of the show started in January, and the second half of the season started this month. Taking everything into account, the third season should start around 2023.

There is no set number of episodes for the next season, as it has been different for the first two. Jocko Productions, Amblin Television, Dark Horse Entertainment, and Universal Content Productions all work together to make the show.

Resident Alien Plot and Cast

In Season 2, Harry is stuck on Earth and has to deal with what it means that his people didn’t succeed in their goal to wipe out the human race. The second season starts right after Asta did something unexpected to save Harry’s life.

They have to deal with how they feel about what happened the night before while looking for the alien baby. This leads to big realisations for each of them. While Darcy faces the challenge of a lifetime, Ben and Kate try to sell Patience on a new resort, and Sheriff Mike and Deputy Liv look into an important case.

As for the cast, the main characters from the first two seasons are likely to be back. Alan Tudyk, Sara Tomko, Corey Reynolds, Alice Wetterlund, Levi Fiehler, Judah Prehn, and Elizabeth Bowen are all part of this group.

Resident Alien Season 3 Trailer

At the moment, there is no trailer for Season 3 of Resident Alien. You can watch the Season 2 trailer below for now:

Resident Alien Season 2 Part 2: What To Expect?

When Deadline asked Sheridan about the theme of Season 2, he said, “I think the journey in Season 2 is kind of extending that humanity to people other than Asta—learning empathy and trying to realise that maybe there are other people in this world besides Asta that he can care about, too.” It will definitely continue into the second season, but it will happen slowly. We don’t want to do it too fast and make him care about everyone at once.

Also, in season 2, Harry is stranded on Earth again, and he has to deal with the consequences of his people’s failed plan to wipe out the human race. After Asta (Sara Tomko) did something unexpected to save Harry’s life, the second half of Season 2 starts right away.

They have to deal with the emotional effects of what happened the night before while also searching for the alien baby. This leads to big realisations for each of them. While D’arcy (Alice Wetterlund) faces the biggest challenge of her life, Ben (Levi Fiehler) and Kate (Meredith Garrettson) try to sell Patience on a new resort, and Sheriff Mike (Corey Reynolds) and Deputy Liv (Elizabeth Bowen) look into a big case. Also a regular on the show is Judah Prehn.

When it comes out on August 10, 2022, the second half of the season will be called the 9th episode of the 16-episode season. The official name of the episode is now “Autopsy.” Cherry Chevapravatdumrong wrote the episode, which is expected to last between 43 and 46 minutes. The story should pick up where the last episode of part one left off.

Watch the official trailer down below:

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