The Carson family is back and funnier than ever! Here is everything we currently know about The Ms. Pat Show Season 3.
Yes, you heard it right, readers! Only a few days are left, as the series will definitely return this month with a brand-new season! This confirmation has piqued fans’ interest, as they want to know what else will happen in the highly anticipated third season of BET+’s American television sitcom, “The Ms. Pat Show,” which is one of the reasons why viewers have tuned in to watch the previous seasons as soon as possible.
So, if you are one of those who want to get clarity about when the season will premiere, then look no further, as we’ve compiled all of the relevant information right here for you to help you prepare before streaming.
Continue reading to learn more about The Ms. Pat Show Season 3.
The Ms. Pat Show Season 3: When will the new season premiere?
The wait is finally over as, “The Ms. Pat Show,” is officially back with new episodes in February 2023!
If you recall, back on July 6, 2022, BET+ renewed the series for a third season. Ever since then, the fans have been patiently awaiting some new updates, which have now been confirmed, and the third season is scheduled to premiere on Tuesday, February 23, 2023, exclusively on the BET+ network, with the prior two seasons already available to stream on the platform.
In addition to this, the official Twitter handle of the show also made the announcement on January 31, 2023, with a brand new poster from the season for the fans to get a glimpse into the characters, quoting, “Oh, how we’ve missed our favorite sista duo. Y’all ready to see what the girls got up their sleeves? Tune into the Season 3 premiere of #TheMsPatShow, February 23 on BET+.” Take a look at the official post below:
Oh, how we've missed our favorite sista duo. Y'all ready to see what the girls got up their sleeves?
— BET+ (@betplus) January 31, 2023
The Ms. Pat Show Season 3: What to expect?
The series often tackles controversial topics like abortion, drug addiction, racism, and child abuse, Williams does so with aplomb by creating a safe space for raw and unfiltered conversations between the characters for the benefit of the viewer—and often herself.
As highlighted by Variety, the Emmy-nominated series will depict Ms. Pat’s comedy career taking off as she tries to balance family and fame. The “grown folks sitcom,” based on Ms. Pat’s real-life story of going from an Atlanta teen mom and former convicted felon to a suburban Indiana mom, has illustrated the family’s ups and downs. In Season 3, Ms. Pat is opening for one of her comedy heroes on a stand-up tour while still juggling her family life. According to the official announcement, as in its previous seasons, Season 3 will combine real-life issues using humor, leaving viewers wondering “Did she just say that?” and answering “Oh yes, they went there.”
The show stars Patricia “Ms. Pat” Williams, J. Bernard Calloway, Tami Roman, Theodore Barnes, Briyana Guadalupe, Vince Swann, and Brittany Inge. Season 3 will features guest stars Marla Gibbs, Essence Atkins, Jaleel White, Lisa Vidal, Terrell Grice, Don “DC” Curry, Inayah Shahid, Michael Colyar, and Syleena Johnson. In addition, Season 3 is directed by showrunner (and “Ain’t No Mo” playwright/star) Jordan E. Cooper, Emmy-nominee Belli, Kelly Park, and Debbie Allen with producer Erin Smithey. Lee Daniels, Patricia Williams, Brian Grazer, Cooper, Deb Evans, Marc Velez, Pam Williams, and Jon Radler executively produced the show with co-executive producer Natalie Berkus.
The Ms. Pat Show Season 3 Episodes and Streaming Options
The Ms. Pat Show Season 3 is expected to have 10 episodes, which usually have an average runtime of approximately 27 to 30 minutes, just like the first and second seasons. We’d also like to point out that, as of February 8, 2023, the exact episode titles and synopsis for the upcoming season cannot be confirmed. These details will be released in the following weeks, which will ultimately determine whether this is a slightly bigger or smaller season than its predecessor.
For the time being, we recommend that fans wait patiently and binge-watch Season 2 to refresh their memories of key plotlines.
Episode 1: Ding-Dong, the B… Is Dead: After an unexpected death in the family, Pat is forced to address her strained relationship with Denise.
Episode 2: Judge Miss Sophia: Pat and Denise try to settle their differences on a TV court show, “Judge Miss Sophia.”
Episode 3: Don’t Touch My Hair: Terry makes a remark that dredges up painful memories from Pat’s childhood; Janelle and Junebug help Denise promote her new hair product on social media.
Episode 4: Gots to Be More Careful: After a rash of burglaries hits the neighborhood, Pat and Denise devise a plan to deflect suspicion from their household.
Episode 5: Parents Just Don’t Understand: Pat tries to bond with her mother-in-law over stand-up comedy; Terry confronts his estranged father about stepping out on his mother.
Episode 6: Rent-A-N…: Janelle decides to skip the school dance; Terry worries that Junebug is joining the basketball team for the wrong reasons.
Episode 7. Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope: Denise objects to Pat making a joke out of a shared traumatic childhood experience; Junebug and Janelle jump to conclusions about a thong in the laundry.
Episode 8. The Roommate: Pat stays with Ashley and her girlfriend while in Chicago for a comedy show; Terry is afraid to let Denise out of his sight after her setback.
Episode 9: Teach Me: Denise finds a way to deal with her misuse of alcohol; Junebug draws the attention of an older woman.
Episode 10: Hard-Boiled Eggs: Pat is faced with a difficult choice; the kids make an assumption about Denise; Terry reaches his breaking point.
Depending on the viewer’s location and membership choices, The Ms. Pat Show Season 3 and the first two seasons will be available to stream on BET+, which is a joint venture between Tyler Perry Studios and BET and a subsidiary of Paramount Global. BET+ is a streaming service for predominantly black audiences, along with fuboTV, Roku, and Amazon Prime Video, based on viewers’ preferences and location. Additionally, there is an option available for users to continue their subscriptions and watch the series at the convenience of their homes.
HAPPY BLACK HISTORY MONTH Y’ALL! In a world full of Janes, sometimes it’s good to be a Janelle 😂
— Ms Pat (@ComedienneMsPat) February 1, 2023
Catch up on the previous seasons while you wait for The Ms. Pat Show Season 3 to premiere in a few days.