One of the finest sketch comedy shows on Netflix is “I Think You Should Leave,” which was developed by Tim Robinson and Zachary Kanin, two well-known American actors, comedians, and writers. The good news for the fans who cried with laughter throughout its first two seasons is that Season 3 of our favorite sketch comedy series, “I Think You Should Leave,” will soon be available on home screens.

The official Instagram account ‘Netflix is a Joke’ posted an update on February 15, 2023, about a close-up of what seemed a pink-colored box with the tag “First Date – ITYSL3,” hinting a possible production, which was reported to have started in December 2022 has completed by ‘placing a lid’ on it.

Each six-episode set presented a new group of stressed-out weirdos. The majority of the acting is handled by Robinson, who frequently portrays angry losers who don’t give up but instead make things worse, to such harm of innocent viewers and the rare famous special guests like Will Forte, Sam Richardson, Patti Harrison, or Bob Odenkirk.

Release updates for “I Think You Should Leave Season 3”

I Think You Should Leave season 3’s official release date has not yet been specified by Netflix. However, the streamer’s most recent updates indicate that if production has ended, the series may be arriving very soon.

Although we cannot provide a specific release date, we believe the Netflix comedy sketch program may return in the fall of 2023 or the winter of 2023. Since the series will only require minimal special effects, a sooner release date might be in the works.

Until then, you can watch ‘I Think You Should Leave Season 2’ streaming on Netflix.

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