Netflix released the second series of Brazilian comedy Samantha! on Friday (April 19) and fans are wondering whether they will get another series soon. Samantha! season three is likely to be confirmed by Netflix soon if there is going to be another series. The Netflix series could return for season three by the end of the year.
Will there be another series of Samantha?
Netflix has not yet confirmed whether there will be Samantha! season three.
The streaming service usually announces their decision about the future of its shows within a few months after they air.
As such, we should know about Samantha! season three by summer 2019.
However, Netflix does not reveal many of its viewing figures, so it is difficult to know beforehand how popular a show has been.
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When will Samantha! season 3 air?
The Samantha! season three release date has not been announced yet.
Season one of Samantha! aired in July 2018 while season two came out in April 2019.
If there is a similar time gap before season three, then Samantha! will return in January 2020.
We will update this article when the Sabrina! Season three release date is known.
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Who will star in Samantha! season 3?
The cast for Samantha! season three has not been revealed by Netflix.
However, it is hard to see the series continuing without its titular character Samantha Alencar (played by Emanuelle Araújo).
The whole Alencar clan is also likely to return if Samantha! season three goes ahead.
This means we will see Douglas (Douglas Silva), Brandon (Cauã Gonçalves) and Cindy (Sabrina Nonata) return.
What will happen in Samantha! season 3?
No plot details for the next season of Samantha! have been revealed yet.
Season two sees Samantha caught in the middle of an expose.
Season three will surely see the former child star get into more scrapes as she gets further from her fame.
We will update this article when the creators of Samantha! start announcing their plan for the next series.
Samantha! is streaming on Netflix now
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