After it was announced that The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s second season had been nominated for a whopping 20 Emmys, the actors did a few interviews—and dropped a hint or two about what’s to come for their characters.
The Mrs. Maisel series has been great for Amazon. It won two golden globes and five Emmys for season 1. Fans are awaiting for Maisel’s comedy and riotous family life in season 3. It’s about a 50’s Jewish housewife, turned into a standup comedian.
In May 2018 season 3 release was confirmed. Although any particular release date wasn’t provided. This season will have 8 episodes. Rachel Brosnahan will continue her role of Midge Maisel in season 3.
All the roles will be performed by the same cast except Dr. Benjamin, Maisel’s doctor. Zachary Levi might not be seen in season 3.
“If there is an opportunity to come back and wrap, I’ll love to,” Levi said. In April 2019 it was announced that Sterling K. Brown will join the cast as a recurring member.
He will be working with Brosnahan. The actor felt happy and posted on social media about his reactions.
Cary Elwes and Stephanie Hsu may also join the cast. However, their roles aren’t known yet. At season 2 end Maisel got an offer to join the musician on tour as the opening comedy act.
She was compelled to take it. There will be a new story in season 3.
The family dynamics were the core of the show and will continue.
Maisel’s parents will get relief from the tension about her career.
Noah and Astrid are expecting a child. We may not see Midge and Joel’s relationship anymore.
The shot will be in New York-centric, they may head south for the end part of season 3