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Insatiable Season 3 Release Date: Release Date & Confirmation on Netflix!

Insatiable Season 3

When the first season of Insatiable premiered on Netflix, there was a significant amount of backlash from viewers.

Debby Ryan plays Patty Bladell, a teen who was fat-shamed by her peers, lost weight after an accident that forced her to live on a liquid diet for several months, and then vowed vengeance on those who had bullied her.

An online petition with over 230,000 signatures has surfaced, calling for the cancellation of the series.

“This series will cause eating disorders and further objectification of women’s bodies,” it claimed.

“We knew this societal brokenness had to be addressed, but we didn’t realise how bad it had to be addressed… “I was like, I just want to be really clear that I’ve never seen rage and disordered eating and this misguided desire for justice,” Ryan told Teen Vogue.

“I believe the message is that you don’t have to polish everything all the time and look a certain way.” We all want to be or try to be something. We can fuel our desires to succeed and lead to redemption and making things right no matter how we look as long as we are sincere and transparent. That’s one thing I remember.”

“We are not shaming Patty,” her co-star Alyssa Milano added. We’re addressing the harm caused by fat-shaming (via comedy). “I hope that clarifies things.”

Insatiable Season 3 Release Date: Release Date & Confirmation on Netflix!

Season 3’s Insatiable Renewal: Is It Returning?

The second season premiered on Netflix on October 11, 2019, so we were expecting season 3 news in November.

Netflix makes decisions about the fate of its shows within one month, so that timeline seemed reasonable.

As it turned out, November passed us by, and we had to wait a little longer. Unfortunately, the news wasn’t good, as is so often the case when a follow-up series isn’t announced quickly.

The streaming service confirmed the cancellation of Insatiable after two seasons in February 2020.

What caused it to be cancelled? In fact, why is any Netflix series cancelled when the company appears to have an endless supply of cash? It turns out to be complicated.

“It’s a combination of factors.” “When we invest, we decide how much to invest based on the audience that will show up,” Netflix’s head of original content Cindy Holland said of the streaming service’s cancellations (via Deadline).

“If the audience does not show up, we consider why we should continue to invest in something that isn’t performing as well as we had hoped.” Obviously, critical acclaim is important, but we’re more concerned with stretching our investment dollars as far as possible and making good on our investors’ money – it’s their money, not ours.”

Alyssa Milano, the show’s star, expressed her disappointment in the cancellation news, highlighting one of the unresolved plotlines.

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This is, unfortunately, correct. We had a lot of fun making this show. I’d like to thank everyone who gave us a chance and kept coming back for more. Seasons 1 and 2 are still available to watch online. P.S. Do you know who Coralee’s father was? We’ll never know, I suppose.

That’s unusual, but perhaps Milano was signalling to a potential new broadcaster in the hopes that they’d pick up the show and finish the storey.

After all, Insatiable began as a CW pilot, so it’s already been saved. However, there is a potential stumbling block here.

According to Deadline, there is a clause in Netflix series deals from outside studios that prohibits those shows from airing elsewhere for an extended period of time, which could be as long as two to three years, making a continuation on another network/platform extremely difficult.

However, that information is based on rumour, and later in the article, One Day At A Time is mentioned as a Netflix show with a deal that would allow it to appear on a network just months after it was cancelled.

Depending on the contract, Insatiable may still have everything to play for.

Insatiable Season 3 Release Date: Release Date & Confirmation on Netflix!

Season 3 of Netflix’s Insatiable: When Will It Air?

Season one premiered in August 2018, with Season two following in 2019. With all of the complications involved in finding a new home for the show, fans should brace themselves for a much longer wait, and possibly a slew of online petitions, before seeing season three anywhere else.

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When Can I Watch the Insatiable Season 3 Trailer?

First, we need another streamer or network to pick up the signal.

If it is approved, a triumphant trailer will be released in the month leading up to the premiere.

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Season 3’s Insatiable Cast: Who’s in It?

If season three is approved, we can expect Ryan to return as Patty, along with the other main characters: Arden Myrin as Regina, Dallas Roberts as Bob Armstrong Jr, Christopher Gorham as Bob Barnard, Sarah Colonna as Angie, Erinn Westbrook as Magnolia, Kimmy Shields as Nonnie, Michael Provost as Brick, Irene Choi as Dixie, and Alyssa Milano as Coralee.

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Season 3’s Insatiable Plot: What Will Happen?

Despite not knowing if the comedy-drama will return, show creator Lauren Gussis already has a plan in place for future episodes.

Patty would be followed in a third season as she seeks her “own inner foundation and moral compass.”

This comes after she threatened to kill Regina for framing Bob as the Pageant Killer, admitting that “nothing tastes as good as killing feels.”

Not to mention Stella Rose, Christian, Gordy, and three-drug dealers she has already killed.

“Listen, I spent eight years on Dexter, so I’m wondering if that’s a character who’s irredeemable, you know?” To me, it’s more about exploring one’s own shadow parts and seeing how low one can go and still return to the light.

“Patty feels like she’s finally spoken some truth, which is what everyone has been telling her: ‘You have to be honest if you’re going to recover.’ And she speaks some truth about what she enjoys doing, but she hasn’t gotten to the truth that she needs to reevaluate her ethics, has she? That is, in fact, how recovery appears.”

Insatiable Season 3 Release Date: Release Date & Confirmation on Netflix!

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