The demand for the series can be seen in the reviews and the popularity of the show on social media, which has increased audience curiosity more than ever! The fans have been waiting to find out if there would be another season or not! One of the reasons viewers have tuned in to watch the seasons is because the fans’ interest has been at an all-time high throughout the previous season as they are curious about what else might occur in the upcoming one.
If you are one of those people who wants to know exactly what will happen next in this comedy TV show, look no further because we’ve gathered all the necessary details right here for you! We have put together a concise synopsis of all the information you need to know about the release date, storyline, cast, and other specifics to assist you in getting ready before watching the third season. Here is all the information you require about Dave Season 3.
When will the third season of Dave air on FXX?
The spring of 2023 is going to be happier and busier than ever thanks to the fantastic news that has finally arrived! The premiere date for the next season has finally been made official after months of speculation! The season will begin airing the next day on Hulu, exactly like the other original television shows and motion pictures that are only accessible on the streaming service, on Wednesday, April 5, 2023, at 10 p.m. ET/PT on FXX.
Interested viewers can also enable alerts to receive notice when the show debuts. Season 3 of FX’s DAVE begins on April 5 on FXX. You can stream it on Hulu. The official announcement of the series was also verified on the Twitter account with a new clip of the star cast, citing, “handing a man named Lil dicky a permanent marker is always a gamble but it worked out: Look at the post below:
handing a man named lil dicky a permanent marker is always a gamble but it worked out: season 3 of FX’s DAVE premieres april 5 on FXX. stream on hulu. pic.twitter.com/xRBKLctDAs
— DAVE (@DaveOnFXX) January 12, 2023
What to expect from Dave season 3?
Together with Kevin Hart and Hartbeat Productions, Scooter Braun, Marty Bowen, Mike Hertz, James Shin and Scott Manson from SB Projects, Luvh Rakhe, Vanessa McGee, Kris Eber, Rob Rosell, and Jeff Schaffer, the series was co-created by Burd and Jeff Schaffer. FX Productions is the series’ producer. In Season 3, Dave (Burd) is leading his first tour and looking for love along the way, according to rumours. But as he and the gang travel across the country, they see firsthand how varied the country’s cultural landscape actually is and how frequently fame puts strain on love and friendship.
Lil Dicky, an aspiring rapper from suburban Philadelphia, will return to the series’ main characters as himself. Travis “Taco” Bennett of Odd Future plays Elliot “Elz,” Dave’s childhood friend and a sound engineer, producer, and DJ. Christine Ko plays Emma, Ally’s roommate and friend, and Dave’s graphic designer. Taylor Misiak plays Ally Wernick, a kindergarten teacher who was Dave’s girlfriend and later ex-girlfriend. GaTa plays himself, Dave’s on-stage hype man and rapper who has bipolar disorder.
The confirmed guest star in the new season includes Usher, Rick Ross, Demi Lovato, Don Cheadle, Machine Gun Kelly, Megan Fox, Killer Mike, and Travis Barker. “That’s just a fraction and the fraction I haven’t named, will blow you away,” said Burd at TCA. Schaffer said “On Dave, People like playing funhouse versions of themselves or playing with their public perception – a real plus for them. Everyone from Lin-Manuel Miranda playing a passive-aggressive asshole. People want to come and have fun.”
That’s a wrap on season 3!!! Prepare your minds, bodies, and souls. We really did the damn thing pic.twitter.com/0ANnZGf6ux
— Dave (@lildickytweets) December 22, 2022
Episodes of Dave Season 3 & Streaming Options
Like the previous seasons, the series is anticipated to include 10 episodes with an average runtime of 24 to 32 minutes. The specific episode titles and overviews have not yet been made public by the network as of January 13, 2023, although they will be as the launch date approaches. The following list of previous episodes from the second season is provided as a guide for fans as they wait for these updates, which will be released in the upcoming weeks:
- Season 2 Episode 1:International Gander – June 16, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 2:Antsy – June 16, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 3:The Observer – June 23, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 4:Kareem Abdul-Jabbar – June 30, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 5:Bar Mitzvah – July 7, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 6:Somebody Date Me – July 14, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 7:Ad Man – July 21, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 8:The Burds – July 28, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 9:Enlightened Dave – August 4, 2021
- Season 2 Episode 10:Dave – August 11, 2021
As the premiere of Dave Season 3 approaches, the show will be available only on FXX and will be streamable the following day on Hulu. Other shows in the same genre will also be available on the streaming service with a variety of membership options. Additionally, Dave will be accessible on Disney+ under the Star label in all other international markets as well as Star+ in Latin America. Depending on where viewers are located and their preferences, you may also stream Dave by renting or buying it on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu.
Is there a teaser or trailer for Dave Season 3?
No, the network has not yet made any trailers available for Dave Season 3, and we do not plan on doing so anytime soon. Check out the second season after that in the interim. Dave is aware that he will become a major rap sensation, but at what cost? He must choose whether he will give up connections, relationships, and his sense of self in order to fulfil his dream as the pressure mounts while he records his debut album. Based on the lives of rapper and comic Dave Burd, the half-hour comedy garnered mainly favourable reviews.
On Metacritic, the second season has a score of 84 out of 100 based on 10 reviews, indicating “universal acclaim.” On Rotten Tomatoes, the second season received an approval rating of 91%, with an average score of 8.30 out of 10 based on 11 reviews. The website’s critical consensus is that “Dave still has a lot of growing up to do, but Dave has matured into a darkly hilarious and disarmingly wise comedy about the alienating price of fame.” GaTa’s performance as himself has been singled out as a standout from the first two seasons.
Check out the season 2 trailer below