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Trying Season 3 Release Date, Cast and Trailer

 Parenthood is no easy feat. Parents and their children are always the main characters in a lot of TV shows, but it’s rare to see a show that focuses on parents who want to have kids but can’t.

This is something that is very important to have a fair conversation about because there are so many emotions one can portray with the struggle between abortion and adoption and everything in between.

But I think the reason why it’s so interesting is that we all know someone who has gone through this or has felt this way themselves. We can relate to it even if we haven’t actually experienced it ourselves. 

One such brilliant show is “Trying”. One of the first original shows from the streaming platform AppleTV has successfully managed to gather a decent audience that resonates and appreciates the narrative.

“Trying” is undoubtedly one of the most comforting shows that put the narrative of the show with subtle humour to pace up the story. The show deals with such sensitive subjects as fertility issues, fostering and adoption ethically and humorously. 

The British comedy series premiered its last installment in May 2021 and fans have been wondering what’s been up with Nikki and Jason since then. We might have some incredible news for you to cheer up. Check out this article to know everything.

Trying Season 3: When Is It Releasing?

We have seen various dynamics of parent and child relationships before, majorly in the popular show, Modern Family. We’ve seen struggling young parents Josh and Emily, who has a six-year-old child in Close Enough.

And now, we have Jason and Nikki trying to float in the same boat but with a different perspective. 

Trying written by Andy Wolton has successfully tried to reach out to parents who are having a difficult time becoming parents with two awesome seasons.

The show is coming back to put Jason and Nikki in full parent mode with a banger season 3 releasing on July 22nd. All 8 episodes package will drop on AppleTV on July 22nd.

Trying Season 3: Nikki and Jason Exploring Parenthood in Trailer

It’s fair to say that the Internet is buzzing over a new trailer for the third season of Apple TV+’s heartwarming comedy, ‘Trying’. Fans of Nikki and Jason will be pleased to see that their dream of starting a family has finally come true.

The two-minute-long trailer for Season 3 shows exactly what we’ve all been waiting to see from our beloved Nikki and Jason. The upcoming season gets picked up right after the dramatic ending of Season 2.

The trailer shows Nikki and Jason reluctantly taking on full parental responsibilities right from them making breakfast for the kids, waking them up, running to school and more.

The new family is still getting to know each other and the trailer reveals that Nikki has some vulnerabilities.

She is starting to have thoughts about being a good parent to the new kids and contemplating Jason being the best parent which he takes as a compliment. 

The trailer also states some new plot lines for the upcoming season.

We can see a different side of the worried parents being aware of their current situation and we also see the couple struggling to adapt to the new parents’ life as they think about moving to a new space for the kids. 

Trying Season 3: What Can We Expect From The New Season?

The third season will pick things up right from where they were left in the previous season. Nikki and Jason will bring home their foster kids and adjust their lives trying to become the best parents.

The show will focus on the left aspects where the married couple was just shown struggling to have their own family but contemplating the part where they actually have to start parenting and bare with the things that come along with it. 

Nikki and Jason will also try to figure out their relationship with each while tackling parenthood and child care for their new kids. 

Trying season 3: Cast

The show will feature BAFTA nominee Esther Smith as Nikki Newman and SAG nominee Rafe Spall as Jason Ross.

They will be joined by Imelda Staunton as Penny, Sian Brooke as Karen Darren Boyd as Scott, Ophelia Lovibond as Erica, Oliver Chris as Freddy, Robyn Cara as Jennifer, Phil Davis as Vic, Paula Wilcox as Sandra and Marian McLoughlin as Jilly.

Trying is written and created by Andy Wolton and directed by Jim O’Hanlon. The writer and director duo are also serving as executive producers along with Josh Cole. the series is produced by the network BBC Studios. 

Trying Season 2: What Happened In The Ending?

One of the attributes of weddings is that they aren’t the simplest to manage. The last episode of “Trying” Season 2 ties things up in a way that’s surprising, spontaneous and memorable. 

From lighthearted fun to disaster in the blink of an eye; there’s a lot that could go wrong when it comes to TV comedy.

But this brilliantly hillarious show has proven repeatedly that it can handle all the insanity in the lives of Nikki and Jason, while still maintaining its comedic edge.

So for those who have not got a chance to sit back and binge the previous season, this won’t be a suitable part for you to read. The finale episode of season 2 starts off with Nikki really stressing out about her sister’s wedding.

She wants everyone to be organized, but she’s more worried than Karen, and the men are having fun. Jason is thinking about asking Nikki to marry him at the wedding, he also discusses the idea with the groom of the day who accuses him of stealing the thunder of his biggest day of life.

Jason insists on keeping the proposal between them for now. Freddy advises that he should do it before their guests who might spoil it for him like the wicked witch of the west who stole Dorothy’s house from her. 

I think that the 8th episode does a great job of making the wedding as beautiful and fairytale-like as it can for Nikki & Jason.

It seems like the writers are doing their best to make them feel happy about their future and are shooting for a nice ending. 

Trying Season 1 and 2 are streaming on AppleTV for those who want to mug up their homework before jumping on the upcoming season arriving on July 22nd. 

Parul Bhilwara
I write for a living, for fun and for the love of it. I have a deep understanding of the Internet, the digital world and pop culture. Watch out for this space to get updates on your favourite movies and TV shows.
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