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'These People' Season 3 To Be Released on April 30, Live Episode Preview on April 24

Season 3 of These People kicks off with a live episode on April 24.
These People, the winner for Best Writing in a Comedy (for series co-creator Zac Hug and Academy Award winner Jim Rash) at the 7th Annual Indie Series Awards, is returning for a third season true to form, focusing on the third sibling, Chuck. And don't forget about Mom.

On Sunday, April 24, the cast will present a live version of the first episode via Facebook Live, with all six episodes live at on April 30th.

Co-created by Zac Hug and Jamie Heinrich, Season 3 finds the Bennet family reeling from Simon’s death as Chuck (Cameron Miller Desart) begins a search for some new place to live for their mother, Julia Bennet, (Carolyn Hennesy, General Hospital). The rest is the usual insanity: Jenny (Claire Downs) and Todd (Zac Hug) have a few sessions with Dr. Maher (Keith Powell), as Josh (Jeremy Glazer) moves on with Kip Stark (Ben Baur), in earshot of gossip columnist Kevin Pratt (Jim Rash). All of this as Chuck’s wife Marilyn (Amanda Walsh) and his daughter Adelaide (Leigh Epstiein) finally lead him to the family confrontation with Dad (Jim O’Heir).

Watch the Season 3 trailer below


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