The critically acclaimed comedy series Mythic Quest, which is about video games and the amazing individuals who create them, launched Apple TV Plus in 2020 with a bang. The television show was created by Charlie Day, Megan Ganz, and Rob McElhenney and features comedy, friendship, and drama.
The popular online multiplayer game Mythic Quest’s videogame studio is the subject of the TV show. The videogame’s co-creative producers, Ian (McElhenney) and Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao), are frequently at odds with one another, and the other members of the company frequently get caught up in their disputes. In the first two seasons, we have witnessed office romances, team rivalries, and even some unlawful insider trading. But with the official announcement of Mythic Quest season 3, you might be wondering what comes next for the eccentric MQ staff.
BuisnessUpturn is prepared to share the inside information on this videogame-focused series after diving into the virtual realm. So, TV fans, grab your headphones and get ready to level up.
Mythic Quest Season 3 Trailer
Yes! Yes, the third season of Mythic Quest trailer has been released. In the little film, a new chapter begins, we meet some new people, and we are thrust into the Meta-verse.
You may catch up on Mythic Quest seasons 1 and 2 on the streaming platform Apple TV Plus as we wait for more teasers. A seven-day free trial is included in the $4.99 or £4.99 monthly sign-up fee for the platform. Are you prepared to begin Mythic Quest?
Mythic Quest Season 3 Plot
It is very obvious that the tale will continue where the last season left off in Mythic Quest season 3.
We witnessed a permanent shift in Mythic Quest towards the end of season 2. Ian and Poppy made the decision to quit their job and launch a new game. You ask, what game? They intend to create Hera, Poppy’s unsuccessful Mythic Quest expansion, as a new asset, creating competition with their prior game.
Nicdao discussed what to anticipate from her character in the upcoming season in an interview with Forbes after she and Ian parted ways with Mythic Quest and moved on to other fulfilling endeavors.
“In Season 1, Ian’s the boss [and] Poppy is kind of his underling. And then [in] Season 2, they have this equal power. And then [in] Season 3, we’re going into this new space, hopefully, where Poppy has got a lot of power. It’s her idea,” she explained. “I’m personally interested to see what she does with that and what it does the dynamic between the two of them.”
In addition to Ian and Poppy’s new journey, there are still a number of other MQ team tales that need to be wrapped up and may emerge in the upcoming season. Rachel is off to Berkeley to pursue her literary goals, while Dana is on her way to learn programming under a GQ contract. So it goes without saying that the forthcoming season will include a fresh long-distance romance.
Brad, who was also detained for insider trading during the previous season, returned but now works as a janitor, as the teaser above demonstrated. However, given that this is Brad, he probably won’t be holding a mop for very long.
Mythic Quest Season 3 Cast
So, now for the big question. Who supports the third season of Mythic Quest? You’ll be happy to learn that the whole core cast is back in the game.
The creative team Ian and Poppy, which consists of Rob McElhenney and Charlotte Nicdao, will return. Similar to this, David Hornsby will reprise his role as executive producer for Mythic Quest David Brittlesbee, and Jessie Ennis will join him as his recently reunited assistant Jo.
Imani Hakim will play Dana, while Ashly Burch will play Rachel, who is Dana’s girlfriend. And Danny Pudi, who plays the cunning head of monetization Brad Bakshi, is obviously necessary for the existence of Mythic Quest.
But regrettably, season 3 will see the death of a character. F. Murray Abraham said in April 2022 that he will not be reprising his role as the eccentric author C.W. Longbottom (heart-breaking, we know).
Here is the cast for Mythic Quest season 3:
- Rob McElhenney as Ian Grimm
- Charlotte Nicdao as Poppy Li
- Ashly Burch as Rachel,
- David Hornsby as David Brittlesbee
- Danny Pudi as Brad Bakshi
- Jessie Ennis as Jo
- Imani Hakim as Dana
- Joe Manganiello
Anthony Hopkins is unlikely to return to the program despite the video announcement (sorry). Season 3 will very certainly include some fresh guest actors, though. Joe Manganiello made an appearance in the Mythic Quest season 3 teaser, but we wager he won’t be the only famous face to appear on television.
Mythic Quest Season 3 Release Date
Season 3 of Mythic Quest will begin on November 11. On Twitter, Apple TV reaffirmed this. Although apple TV Plus revealed in October 2021 that the popular TV show has been renewed for seasons three and four.