Catastrophe Season 3 Is Now Streaming on Amazon
The critically acclaimed intercontinental dark romantic comedy, Catastrophe, is back for a third go and we can only hope that you’re as excited as we are to see how Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan make a mess of things this time.
So, if you don’t have Amazon Prime already, three seasons of Catastrophe (plus Transparent and Fleabag amongst other things) would be a pretty good reason to sign on.
Catastrophe Season 3 Set for U.S. Debut on at End of This Month via Amazon
Intercontinental romantic comedy has never been fully realized, warts and all, quite like Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s Catastrophe, which is why it’s a critically acclaimed series on both sides of the pond for over two seasons.
The third season, having had its run in the UK, is now set to start streaming here in the U.S. on Amazon Prime on Friday, April 28th.
Get a lovely preview with this U.S. trailer here.
Season 3 of Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s Catastrophe Gets a Trailer
The 3rd season of Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s wondrous, brutally honest romantic comedy Catastrophe is about to premiere in the UK on Channel 4.
That, however, does means we have to wait a little while longer before it makes it way stateside and streams on Amazon.
In the meantime, you can enjoy this trailer.
Season 3 of Catastrophe to Start Streaming on April 28th
Just a friendly reminder that one of the funniest transatlantic comedy series to ever be is returning stateside for its 3rd season on Amazon at the end of April.
Divorce and Insecure Premiere Tonight on HBO
10PM and 10:30PM respectively on HBO.
Reading the titles of Divorce and Insecure almost seems like too perfect of a pairing of series debuts, but that is indeed what’s happening tonight. Issa Rae makes her debut with the show she stars in and co-created, Insecure and Sarah Jessica Parker, Thomas Haden Church, the guiding hand of series creator Sharon Horgan, and a tale of separation meet up in is a very intriguing looking dramedy.
Again, that’s 10PM or whenever you’ll want to watch it later on HBO GO or HBO NOW.
HBO’s “Divorce” Looks Promising From This Trailer
Whatever your feelings about Sex & The City are, you should probably let those go for the new HBO series Divorce that gives Sex & The City star Sarah Jessica Parker top billing once again.
We say that because the great Thomas Haden Church is also starring and the series happens to be created by the also great Sharon Horgan, who is the co-star and co-creator of the critical darling Catastrophe.
See the potential for this series for yourself in this teaser, then look for Divorce (as a series, hopefully not for yourself) this fall on HBO.
Lifetime TV to Air Catastrophe and Develop Dramedy from Wilfred’s Jason Gann
Lifetime, along with half of cable TV, continuing its foray int comedy.
Having dipped its toe into the comedic waters with Grumpy Cat’s Worst Christmas Ever and the Kristen Wiig and Will Ferrell faux-Lifetime style drama A Deadly Adoption, Lifetime is now bringing in more programming that’s atypical from what their brand has been for years.
First off, they’ll be the first network to air Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s Catastrophe on linear U.S. television (Catastrophe is currently only available in the States on Amazon). That will happen sometime early next year.
Secondly, Wilfred co-creator and star Jason Gann is developing a new dramedy currently called Breeders that explores the high school nature of becoming a suburban mom.
Both developments seem to, as far as we can tell right now, bode well for Lifetime.
The Peabody Awards Will Honor Jon Stewart and David Letterman and Have Announced Finalists
Hopefully, this means that Stewart and Letterman will be making a TV appearance several weeks from now.
The new and improved Peabody Awards are setting to honor retired late night luminaries Jon Stewart and David Letterman. In addition to that, the following comedy series have been just announced as Peabody finalists:
Fresh Off The Boat
Master of None
You’ll have to wait to find out who ends up going home with a revered Peabody Award as the actual ceremony doesn’t happen until May 21st.
Season 2 of Catastrophe Now Streaming at Amazon
You’ve got a lot of comedy to stream for April.
The second season has already had a run on the air in the UK and is, as of today, finally available stateside via Amazon.
We’re guessing that you probably have to get through binge watching a bunch of stuff right now in addition to this.
Season 2 of Catastrophe Is Coming to Amazon on Apr. 8th and Has a U.S. Trailer
One of the shows pushing the wave of more grounded, dramatic romantic comedy on TV is Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan’s Catastrophe. The first season was incredibly well received and American audiences have been pining for the second season as it has already played in the UK.
Luckily, the new season isn’t that far away as episodes will start streaming on Friday, April 8th on Amazon.
For now, you can watch this trailer cut for us Yanks.
Watch Season 2 Trailer for Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s “Catastrophe”
A second season of Catastrophe is already on its way in the UK on Channel 4, set for premiere on Oct. 27th in fact. A corresponding U.S. release date, presumably on Amazon has yet to be announced.