Fans of The First Wives Club, we've finally returned to New York City and are getting back up to speed with our favorite leading ladies.
Season 2 follows Bree (Michelle Buteau), Ari (Ryan Michelle Bathe), and Hazel (Jill Scott) as they manage their relationships, careers, and cherished friendships together, just as the first season did. After much deliberation, Bree (RonReaco Lee) has chosen to give her marriage to Gary (RonReaco Lee) another opportunity.
Meanwhile, Ari deals with the ups and downs of her new long-distance relationship with David (Mark Tallman), while Hazel learns what it takes to launch her own record company when she signs her first musician to the label.
In addition, a new member has joined the group, and her name is Jayla, who will be introduced shortly (Michelle Mitchenor).
As many fans are aware, the BET+ original series was based on the 1996 film starring Diane Keaton, Bette Midler, and Goldie Hawn, released in theatres.
You're not alone if you can't get enough of the television series. Listed below is all we know thus far about the upcoming third season of First Wives Club.
When Will Season 3 of First Wives Club Premiere?
BET has not yet confirmed that First Wives Club will return for a third season. In April 2018, Deadline announced for the first time that Paramount Network, the same studio that produced the iconic film, had ordered 10 episodes for the first season.
When it launched the following fall, the dramedy had nine episodes, which served as a prelude to the characters that would later appear on the show. First Wives Club got revived for a second season on BET just two months after it premiered on the network.
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Fresh episodes of First Wives Club may air in the summer or fall of 2022 if the show gets renewed, but that's just an estimate.
Who Be Will in the Cast of First Wives Club Season 3?
The dramedy boasts an all-star cast that includes well-known Hollywood actors and fresh newcomers. Season 3 will feature the return of the whole core cast, according to our predictions thus far:
- Michelle Buteau as Bree
- Ryan Michelle Bathe as Ari
- Jill Scott as Hazel
- RonReaco Lee as Gary
- Mark Tallman as David
- Malik Yoba as Derrick
How Can I Watch and Stream First Wives Club?
First Wives Club is only accessible on BET Network's streaming service BET+, which is available to subscribers.
Begin watching seasons 1 and 2 of BET+ on your laptop or mobile device by visiting the BET+ website or downloading the BET+ app.
For those who do not currently have a BET+ subscription, you may sign up for a free seven-day trial by clicking here. After that, you can continue using BET+ for a monthly fee of $9.99.
Bet+ Has Renewed “First Wives Club” for Season Three
EXCLUSIVE: BET+ will air the third season of First Wives Club. A writer's room has been established at the BET Networks streaming service to begin production on the third season of the well-liked dramedy starring Ryan Michelle Bathe, Jill Scott, and Michelle Buteau.
The fate of Scott Rudin, who worked on the First Wives Club movie and served as the show's executive producer for its first two seasons, is unknown for Season 3.
Rudin announced in April that he was “standing back from my film and streaming projects in addition to my work on Broadway” after publications detailed abuse allegations against the super-producer.
He is no longer an executive producer on the recently renewed Season 4 of What We Do in the Shadows on FX.
First Wives Club, which Tracy Oliver created, a co-writer of the 1996 film Girls Trip with Diane Keaton, Bette Midler, and Goldie Hawn, is set in New York City.
It centers on Ari (Bathe), Bree (Buteau), and Hazel (Scott), three women who form a sisterhood after their marriages fail and find support in one another. Of course, they also get a little retaliation.
The cast also includes Michelle Mitchenor, Mark Tallman, and RonReaco Lee. With Tony Hernandez of Jax Media and Karen Rosenfelt, Oliver writes the show and serves as executive producer. The studio is called Paramount TV Studios.