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A Bit About Central Park Season 3
For Apple TV+, Loren Bouchard, Nora Smith, and Josh Gad produced the American musical animated sitcom Central Park in the same visual language as Bob's Burgers, Bouchard's previous series.
Quick Facts About Central Park Season 3
|Program creators:||Loren Bouchard, Josh Gad, Nora Smith|
|First episode date:||May 29, 2020|
Primetime Creative Arts Emmy Award for Outstanding Character Voice-Over Performance
Leo Birenberg; Elyssa Samsel; Brent Knopf; Elegant Too; John Dylan Keith
|Central Park Season 1 Release Date:||May 29, 2020|
|Central Park Season 2 Release Date:||June 25, 2021|
|Central Park Season 3 Release Date:||September 9, 2022|
TV musicals can be difficult. A gimmick can be stretched past the point at which it is entertaining by having stale second and third seasons follow after strong initial ones. Fortunately, the team behind Central Park appears to be acting exactly the opposite.
- When the series debuted in 2020, it frequently had the feeling of being a collection of potential concepts that didn't quite work together.
- Instead of being tools for presenting a story that remarked on a character's mindset or advanced the action, the songs too frequently came across as stunts.
- Additionally, the characters were frequently contrasted adversely with those in co-creator Loren Bouchard's other adored animated sitcom focused on families, Bob Burgers.
- Season two made improvements to these problems, but season three shows Tillerman-Hunters & Co. at their peak.
- The most striking aspect of Central Park's most recent performance is the music, so let's start there.
- The original songs, many of which were written by writers from previous seasons, are more focused, lively, and just good-sounding.
- Our animated New Yorkers also explore genres like country and K-Pop in season three, however, the majority of the songs still have a traditional musical theater, sing-songy, jazzy flair.
This season's songs are full of harmonies, layered melodies, and counterpoints, supported by vocal performances from Broadway veterans like Daveed Diggs, Titus Burgess, and Leslie Odom Jr., in contrast to previous musical productions from Central Park that frequently felt slapdash and almost improvised.
The other characters appear to have greater depth and life, in large part because of those upgraded songs.
Kristen Bell is also back in a regular role as Paige's sister Abby, who, at the ripe old age of 34, makes the bushy-tailed journey from Oshkosh, Wisconsin, to the Big Apple to finally pursue her ambition of being an actor.
The position of the naively hopeful contrast to Kathryn Hahn's street-smart, now-successful writer is considerably better suited for Bell, aside from the obvious reason (that is, Bell is really the same race as her character this time).
In addition, the neuroses of Paige and her park manager husband Owen (Odom) are grounded in truth, presenting possibilities for the performers to deliver heartfelt performances.
This time around, young characters Molly (Emmy Raver-Lampman) and Cole (Burgess) struggle with some of their most severe problems to date, yet they are always handled with comedy and seem to have been earned by the narrative.
“Central Park” Season 3 Premiere Date and First-look Photos Announced: Kristen Bell Returns as New Character
The third season of the animated comedy Central Park for Apple TV+ will debut on September 9. Kristen Bell, a member of the original cast, will return to the show as Abby, Paige's (Katherine Hahn) younger sister.
- In the first season of Central Park, Bell provided the voice of Molly, the mixed-race daughter of Paige (Hahn) and Owen (Leslie Odom Jr.).
- When she revealed on Instagram that she was leaving the series in 2020, she said that she was giving the part to “someone who can give a far more accurate picture [of the mixed-race and Black American experience]”.
- Since Season 2 had already been written and recorded, Apple predicted that Bell will return as a new character in Season 3. After that, Molly Emmy Raver-Lampman was chosen for the role.
- The 13-episode third season of Central Park, from creator, writer, and executive producer Loren Bouchard, Josh Gad, and Nora Smith, will debut globally on Apple TV+ with three episodes, then air one episode each Friday until November 18.
- Bitsy (Stanley Tucci) will keep up her tenacious pursuit of purchasing the park, Owen (Odom Jr.) will launch a fresh advertising campaign to win over more fans, and Paige (Hahn) will find herself busier than ever after signing her first book contract.
- Josh Gad, Tituss Burgess, Daveed Diggs, Hahn, Lamar Odom Jr., Raver-Lampman, and Tucci, who was nominated for a Primetime Emmy last week for his portrayal of Bitsy in Central Park, make up the voice cast.
- Sam Richardson, Ike Barinholtz, Ben Schwartz, Zo Chao, Ron Funches, Jack McBrayer, Yvette Nicole Brown, Craig Robinson, Tim Meadows, David Alan Grier, and others are among the guest stars this season. They also appear in The Afterparty and Loot.
- Along with Gad and Smith, Bouchard is the writer and executive producer of Central Park.
Showrunners and executive producers are Steven Davis and Kelvin Yu. 20th Television Animation, a division of Disney Television Studios, produces the show for Apple.