Allll the Deets on the Third Season of 'Harlem'

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It's still early in the year, but it's already feeling like 2023 has so many TV shows that it's hard to tell what's good and what's not. But if there was one series I’d been looking forward to, it was definitely the return of Harlem. The Tracy Oliver-created show originally premiered in December 2021 and has been one of my go-tos since. A mix of Insecure and Girlfriends, this Amazon Prime show follows four somewhat single girlfriends as they navigate dating, career, and everything in between. If you like watching 30-ish-year-old women run around New York, scrambling to get their lives together, then this is definitely your show. Plus, now that the second season has dropped—that year-long wait was a crime!!—you have no excuse not to be invested. And, since the show was renewed for a second season, there’s a great chance a third one is coming…right?

My anxiety can’t take this anymore, so I did a bit of sleuthing and found all the details about the third season of Harlem. All the evidence lies below, yw.

Has Harlem been renewed for a third season?

No word from the streamer right now, but that’s not a sign to break down. I mean, the show hasn’t even aired the finale. Plus, the second season renewal announcement didn’t come until two months after the show originally premiered, so we have until at least April to take our rage to Twitter.

Plus, I have a good feeling that the comedy will be returning for a third season, and I’m mostly never wrong, like my instincts are a superb 5/10. Because between the kick-ass soundtrack and gorge NYC locations, not to mention the stomach-hurting-can’t–breathe-because-I'm-laughing-too-hard scenes, Harlem is a shoo-in to become one of the best feel-good series in this decade. And with all these gory and violent shows on the air (yeah, I’m talking about you, The Last of Us), I definitely need some light-hearted TV therapy.

When renewed (no ifs or buts here), what will season 3 be about?

Harlem stays leaving us with cliffhangers, and season two has been no different. Like, at the end of episode 4, we learn that Camille can’t have kids, and she’s okay with that, but her BF Ian might not be. The same boyfriend who left his fiancé for her…side-eye.

Not to mention Quinn and her struggle with finding a partner all while battling depression, or Tye and her contentious divorce from her husband, who may or may not be trying to steal all her money. And that’s not even half of it.

So, we can definitely expect season 3 to get into Camille and Ian’s relationship, or breakup, who the hell knows, really. Hopefully, there’ll be more screen time dedicated to Tye and her fibroid issues, Angie and her blossoming romance with Michael, and Quinn's journey of self-love.

That's all to say you kinda don't know what to expect with Harlem. The series routinely changes things up with its characters (i.e. giving Angie a boyfriend), so all we have right now are theories. But come back for my season 3 predictions once the finale airs.

I’m convinced S3 will happen, but, like, when?

Lol, I love that people are being delusional with me. Because, yes, season 3 will happen. As for when it’ll come, let’s take a look at the original timeline.

Season 1 premiered in December 2021, and season 2 was released earlier this month. Okay, *check’s calendar* my calculations have concluded that we can expect season 3 to drop in late 2024 or early 2025. Yikes.

It’ll be a bit of a wait, but who’s not up for rewatching? And, if you wanna watch something new for a change, check out this A+ list of best comedies.

Harlem sounds dope, where can I watch?

It’s only on Amazon Prime Video. Don’t have the streaming service? Lol, you’re kinda out of luck unless you’re willing to spend $8.99 a month. Or, you can sign up for the 30-day free trial, binge the series, and then cancel the subscription. I'm not judging for finessing the system. We’re practically in a recession, baby. It’s desperate times.

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