South Side is an American sitcom. It is full of comedy. The series South Side has gotten an extraordinary response from the audience. It got 7.9 out of 10 on IMDb.
As a result, it’s not difficult to see the reason why the new season has heightened the expectations and captivated the interest of fans who tuned in to watch past seasons and want to see what occurs in the 3rd season. Here’s everything we know so far about this series.
South Side Season 3 Release Date
In February 2022, the series was renewed for a 3rd season. Presently it has been affirmed that the new season will debut on Thursday, December 8, 2022, on a weekly basis in the same time slot at 12:00 a.m. (PT) or 3:00 a.m. (ET), very much like the past seasons on the streaming service.
The official Twitter account of the series likewise affirmed the news among its followers. Check out the tweet below.
— South Side (@southsidechi) November 29, 2022
South Side Season 3 Cast
Find the expected cast of South Side Season 3 below.
- Sultan Salahuddin as Simon James
- Kareme Young as Kareme Odom
- Quincy Young as Quincy Odom
- Chandra Russell as Sergeant Turner
- Bashir Salahuddin as Officer Goodnight
- Zuri Salahuddin as Stacy
- Diallo Riddle as Allen Gayle
- Nefetari Spencer as Keisha
- Will A. Miles as Jay-Mal
- Lanre Idewu as Greg the Marine
- Edward Williams III as Travis
- Aaron J. Hart as Aaron
- Lauren Cohn as Lauren Cohn
- Rashawn Nadine Scott as Kitty Goodnight
- LaRoyce Hawkins as Michael – Shaw – Owens
- Michael Brunlieb as Chase Novak
- Ronald L. Conner as Bluto
- Antoine McKay as Uncle Spike
- John Judd as Culpepper
- Dexter Zollicoffer as Scary Barry
- Danny Socorro Martinez as Officer Martinez
- Juwan Lockett as Juwon Lockett
- Lil Rel Howery as Bishop
- Hayley C. Alexander as Nina
- Cole Keriazakos as Josh
- Joslyn Jones as Mrs. Odom
- Calvin Evans as Geno
- Otis Fine as Officer Wierzbowski
South Side Season 3 Plot
The new season is expected to go on from the last episode, “Sarcophacouch,” which was dropped on November 25, 2021. The episode is helmed by Michael Blieden and written by Chandra Russell. The official synopsis of the episode states, “Juke-A-Thon and Furniture Con loom on the horizon, promising big changes for the South Side crew; Stacy and Turner clash over coaching styles; Q’s groundbreaking couch creates waves and causes a rift in the space-time continuum.”