Try Season 3: Apple TV+ comedy release date, cast and trailer

Trying, one of Apple TV+’s first original comedies, returns to our screens next week with its third season starring Black Mirror’s Rafe Spall and Cuckoo’s Esther Smith.

The series, written and created by Andy Wolton, follows Jason and Nikki, a couple in their thirties, who are desperate to become parents but struggle to conceive a child.

In the upcoming third series, the couple have adopted two children and find themselves overcoming parenthood hurdles while trying to maintain custody of their new little ones.

While working with children in the next season of Trying, Esther Smith said during a Q&A for the show that the young actors were “really special” and “really brilliant”.

“I’m not a parent, so I realized I have a lot of respect for parents because they’re two little people coming into a very grown-up world and a very grown-up setup,” she said. . “[We’re] trying to feed and care for them while making them fun and having a lively experience.”

With a star-studded cast including The Crown’s Imelda Staunton, Killing Eve’s Darren Boyd, and Sherlock’s Sian Brooke plus two seasons under its belt, here’s everything you need to know about the third season of Trying.

Try Season 3 Release Date

The third season of Trying arrives on AppleTV+ on Friday July 22.

Trying out the cast of season 3

The Apple TV+ comedy Trying stars Rafe Spall (The Big Short) and Esther Smith (Cuckoo) as Jason and Nikki respectively – a couple wishing to become parents.

Rounding out the cast are Oliver Chris (Freddy) from Motherland, Sian Brooke (Karen) from Sherlock, Darren Boyd (Scott) from Killing Eve, Phil Davis (Vic) from Whitechapel, Robyn Cara (Jen) from Ackley Bridge and Paula Wilcox (Sandra) of Coronation Street. .

Meanwhile, The Crown’s Imelda Staunton will reprise her role as social worker Penny.

What will happen in Trying season 3?

Tyler (Mickey McAnulty) and Princess (Eden Togwell) in Trying season 3. AppleTV+

In Season 3 of Trying, the show follows 30-something couple Jason (Spall) and Nikki (Smith) as they adjust to their new life as parents after welcoming two adopted children.

“Now they just have to keep them, which turns out to be trickier than they initially thought,” Apple TV+ teases.

Nikki and Jason find that their relationships with each other as well as their family and friends are tested by their new role as parents, with the couple trying to tackle childcare and the various challenges the family faces. life throws them.

As seen in the trailer, Nikki and Jason are thrown another snowball when they are informed that their apartment lease expires in a few weeks and without a stable lifestyle they could risk losing custody. children. .

“It’ll be fine,” Jason said. “Because we have a good love. One that can survive life.”

Try Season 3 Trailer

Apple TV+ released a trailer for Trying season 3 in June, teasing Nikki and Jason’s new life as parents of two adopted children.

Try Season 3 arrives Friday, July 22. You can sign up for Apple TV+ for £4.99 a month. Find something else to watch with our TV guide.

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