When will Home Economics Season 3 premiere? Here is everything we know so far.
Home Economics is an American sitcom television series created by Michael Colton and John Aboud that first premiered on ABC on April 7, 2021, as a midseason entry in the 2020–21 television season. Since the conclusion of the second season, fans have wanted to know if the series will finally return to ABC this year or not.
As the fall season is finally upon us, the major TV networks have scheduled new series and movies for the 2022 fall season, and we have some excellent news for the fans as Home Economics is one of the series that is all set to premiere in September 2022. If you’re curious about what’s next for this beloved series, then you have reached the right place to know it all.
On Rotten Tomatoes, the series holds an approval rating of 82% based on 11 critic reviews, with an average rating of 7/10. The website’s critical consensus reads, “Not all of Home Economics‘ calculations add up, but believable chemistry between its well-cast siblings and a real sense of affection equals a lot of potential for positive growth.”
On Metacritic, it has a weighted average score of 64 out of 100 based on 6 critic reviews, indicating “generally favorable reviews”. If you are one of those who wants clarification on the potential release date, look no further, as we have gathered all of the relevant information on Home Economics Season 3’s release date. Keep reading until the very end to uncover all of your answers.
Home Economics Season 3 Release Date
The network has officially confirmed that the series will return this year as it is the third season, which is set to premiere on September 21, 2022, on Wednesdays at a new time slot of 9:30/8:30c. The official Twitter handle of the series also confirmed the news by sharing the official release date with posters, quoting, “Pop the champagne, season 3 of #HomeEconomics is almost here. “See you on September 21 on ABC!” Take a look at the official post below:
Pop the champagne, season 3 of #HomeEconomics is almost here 🍾 See you September 21 on ABC! pic.twitter.com/V6Shk9WuIa
— Home Economics (@HomeEconABC) August 17, 2022
Home Economics Season 3 Plot
The network has not released any new information that gives a glimpse into the plot of the next season. Hence, the upcoming season is expected to pick up from the final episode of the second season, Ticket to Space, $1 Million, directed by Dean Holland and written by Michael Colton & John Aboud. The official synopsis of the episode indicates that “Tom attempts to keep Connor grounded after he announces his plans to go to space; Marina gets stuck while trying to transform the attic into a writing space for Tom.”
Moreover, we do know that there will be a future Disneyland episode based on a recent Jimmy Kimmel Live interview with Sasheer Zamata, where she talked about the show, and gave guest host Nicole Byer a gift to spice up her desk a little, and talks about their trip to St. Louis, trying to get Oprah & Gayle on their podcast “Best Friends,” working on ABC’s Home Economics, going to the Disneyland Jedi Training Academy, and her love of puns. Take a look at the official interview below:
Home Economics Season 3 Cast and Crew
We anticipate that several key cast members will return to reprise their roles. The main cast member of the series includes the following:
Topher Grace as Tom: A middle-class author who is struggling. He is the oldest of three siblings and is married to Marina.
Caitlin McGee as Sarah: The middle sibling, a child therapist who is barely making ends meet. She is married to Denise and has two adopted kids.
Jimmy Tatro as Connor: The youngest sibling who runs his private equity firm and is very well off. He is getting divorced and has a daughter, Gretchen.
Karla Souza as Marina: A former lawyer who is Tom’s wife, now raising their three children as a stay-at-home mom.
Sasheer Zamata as Denise: A teacher who is Sarah’s wife
Shiloh Bearman as Gretchen: Connor’s daughter
Jordyn Curet as Shamiah: Sarah’s and Denise’s daughter
JeCobi Swain as Kelvin: Sarah’s and Denise’s son
Chloe Jo Rountree as Camila: Tom’s and Marina’s daughter
Lidia Porto as Lupe: Connor’s housekeeper
Colton and Aboud serve as executive producers alongside Grace and Eric, and Kim Tannenbaum of The Tannenbaum Company, whose Jason Wang co-executive produces along with Tucker Cawley and Julieanne Smolinski. Dean Holland directed the pilot and multiple episodes and also serves as an executive producer. Home Economics is produced by Lionsgate and ABC Signature.
Home Economics Season 3 Episodes
Even though the exact episode count for Home Economics Season 3 is yet to be revealed, we cannot estimate the total number of episodes for the upcoming season because the first season had 7 episodes and the second season had 22 episodes, a significant difference in only two seasons, which makes it even more difficult to predict.
The episodes are projected to be 20-21 minutes long, as in previous seasons. On the other hand, the network did release a synopsis of the first episode, titled “Mickey Ears, $19.99,” which states that Tom finds out that Connor is his new boss, which threatens to ruin Marina’s perfectly planned trip.
Home Economics Season 3 Official Promo
The official promo of 30 seconds for the next season was released on September 7, 2022, with enough scenes to get an understanding of how the show is progressing further. Take a look at the official promo below:
Where can you stream Home Economics?
Home Economics is able to stream on fuboTV or Hulu Plus. The viewers can also stream the series by renting or purchasing on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, Vudu, and Google Play, a vast number of membership plans according to the preference of the users. Moreover, the series is also available to watch exclusively on ABC’s official website, where the episodes are published after they air on the channel at 9:30/8:30c time slot.
Home Economics Official Synopsis
The official synopsis of the series, as indicated on the official ABC website, states, “Home Economics takes a look at the heartwarming yet super uncomfortable and sometimes frustrating relationship between three adult siblings: one in the 1%, one middle-class, and one barely holding on. The comedy is inspired by the life of writer and executive producer Michael Colton.”
Catch up on the previous seasons while you wait for more Home Economics Season 3 updates.