Netflix’s drama called Atypical is about a teenager autistic spectrum is coming back for a third season. It follows the story of same and his family’s struggles to behaves in their daily lives. Netflix confirmed it that its third season had commissioned and it will be available later this year. This is good news for the fans as this show is pretty popular on Netflix.
Atypical’s third season commissioned back in October of 2018, this was just after the streaming giant released the show’s second season, and in previous years, the show has done well as the show us hit on Netflix in the autumn. For those who don’t know, Atypical follows the story of the Gardeners: Sam, an 18-year-old who’s on the autistic spectrum; his protective younger sister, Casey his mum, Elsa and dad Doug. There a lot of good actors in the show like Keir Gilchrist, Brigette Lundy-Paine, Jennifer Jason Leigh and Michael Rapaport.
The first season begins with Sam declaring that his therapist told him to go out and start looking for love. The more he grows independent, the more Elsa strugglers to let him go and she even embarking on an affair. On the other hand, Casey gets accepted in a private school on an athletic scholarship. In the third season, we will most likely be seeing Casey continuing to struggle with her confusing feelings for her new school friend called Izzie. Will Casey break up with her boyfriend, Evan? No one knows.
Or she will just pretend that the almost kiss between her and Izzie didn’t happen. At the end of season two, we saw Sam, who is applying to a university, on the encouragement of his therapist Julia. He is successful as he won a place on Denton University’s Scientific Illustration course and in the third season of the show we will see him about he adapt to University’s new lifestyle. There hasn’t been any trailer for the third season, but we might be getting it very soon.
Updated on 23 July 2019:
The show still does not have a update for its upcoming season, which is disappointing. The first season released in August 2017, and the second season in September 2018. Therefore, the calculation might go towards an October 2019 update, but we hope it comes out in September at least. We are not seeing a trailer or even a teaser about the show.
However, Netflix might want to release the trailer when the release comes near, like two or three weeks prior to the release. Netflix is doing that more often, which makes us believe would be the case in the next season as well. The next season might also have ten episodes, same as the second season! Also, we have another cast member joining the show, as Atypical twitter handle tweeted that Sara Gilbert is joining, and the announcement tweet is linked below.
— Atypical (@Atypical) April 23, 2019