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Season Three
Rebecca plots her revenge on the person who wronged her.
Premiere date: October 13, 2017


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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s unexpected season 3 renewal shows how TV’s rules are changing
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Vox.com


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Season Three is the further continuation of The CW musical comedy show "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend". Co-creators Aline Brosh McKenna and Rachel Bloom envisioned this as the third act of a four part story arc. Following the events in the Season Two finale, Rebecca Bunch was left at the altar by her fiancée Josh Chan and now plots her revenge on him. The Season Three renewal was officially announced on January 8, 2017.


ProductionEdit

RenewalEdit

It has nothing to do with numbers...‘Crazy Ex,’ ‘Jane,’ as franchises, have helped alter the perception of what the CW has become. When you have great critical work, critically acclaimed, award-nominated shows like ‘Crazy,’ it deserved to be picked up. Sometimes with critically acclaimed, great programming, you just [renew it] and hope that it finds an audience. In today’s fragmented world, [awards nominations] give you a calling card.Mark Pedowitz, The CW

On January 8, 2016 The CW officially announced at a Television Critics Association winter press tour that seven shows earned early renewals from the network. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" was one of them and was greenlit for a Season Three despite being the lowest rated show on the network. In an interview with Indiewire.com Co-creator Aline Brish McKenna hinted at more explorations of Rebecca's past:

The idea was, we’ve gotten to know her over 31 episodes, the audience has gotten to know her pretty well. But we don’t know anything about her past, really,” she said. “As Paula says, the best predictor of the future is the past. It stands to reason that somebody who engages in these obsessive-romantic behaviors has done so before.Aline Bosh McKenna

On May 18, 2017 an official press release by The CW announced that "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" would return on Friday at its 8:00 PM timeslot. This time it will be paired again with the show "Jane The Virgin " which moves from its Monday former Monday night time slot to Friday and follows it at 9:00.

CastEdit

Returning castEdit

On April 5, 2017 some of the "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" cast and crew were at the "For Your Consideration" Emmy event where it was officially announced that both actors Scott Michael Foster ("Nathaniel Plimpton III") and David Hull ("Josh Wilson") were promoted from recurring to regular cast members. On August 1, actor Robin Thomas , who plays "Marco Serrano", posted a video on his Instagram account of a table read for Season Three which was subsequently taken down. In it actors Amy Hill, "Lourdes Chan", and Will Hines, "Gary", were also present. On August 18, 2017 actress Ava Acres posted a picture of herself and Rachel Bloom on her Instagram account announcing she would be returning as "Young Rebecca" for Season Three.

Guest starsEdit

On August 14, 2017 Rachel Bloom announced on her Instagram account that musician Josh Groban would be guest starting on Season Three. Another Instagram post a few days later on August 19 revealed that actor Rory O'Malley of "Book of Mormon " and "Hamilton " fame will be appearing in the show.

PromotionEdit

TeaserEdit

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend To the Extreme Trailer The CW00:42

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend To the Extreme Trailer The CW

EpisodesEdit

3x1 Promotional photo 1    "Josh's Ex-Girlfriend Wants Revenge" 10/13/17
Directed by: TBA - Written by: TBA

Rebecca is looking to make Josh pay for leaving her so the altar.

External linksEdit

  Production edit
Seasons

Season One · Season Two · Season Three

Companies

LeanMachine · racheldoesstuff · Blacklamb

Channels

The CW · Showtime

  Cast Crew

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