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The success of Tyler Perry's The Oval can't be denied.
Since first premiering in October of 2019, the BET series — starring Ed Quinn, Kron Moore, Paige Hurd, and Daniel Croix Henderson — has continued to soar with its shocking twists and heart-stopping turns courtesy of the show's morally bankrupt and ever-manipulative First Family of the United States.
But while season 2 has barely just begun, viewers are already getting excited about the drama's third season, which was green-lit not long after the second season's premiere. So far, here's all that we know about round three of The Oval.
Will there be a third season of The Oval?
A week after the season 2 premiere, BET renewed The Oval for season 3, according to Deadline. After drawing in a whopping 1.4 million viewers for the series return, it’s not surprising that the drama series will be back.
When would season 3 of The Oval premiere?
Filming for season 3 of The Oval is set to begin in Atlanta later this year, per Deadline. This means that fans could expect season 3 episodes early next year — but, again, it's a bit too early to say anything definitively.
Season 1 of the hit drama, which ended up being 25 episodes long, premiered in October of 2019 and ran all the way into July of 2020. While season 2 is slightly shorter with 22 episodes in total, it's unclear when the finale will occur.
Who will be in The Oval season 3 cast?
Since season 2 just started, we can't say for sure that every character will make it to season 3. But right now, fans can expect to see the following cast members reprise their roles in some capacity:
Ed Quinn as President Hunter Franklin
Kron Moore as First Lady Victoria Franklin
Paige Hurd as Gayle Franklin
Daniel Croix Henderson as Jason Franklin
Javon Johnson as Richard Hallsen
Ptosha Storey as Nancy Hallsen
Vaughn W. Hebron as Barry Hallsen
Teesha Renee as Sharon
Lodric Collins as Donald Winthrop
Ciera Payton as Lilly Winthrop
Taja V. Simpson as Priscilla Owen
Walter Fauntleroy as Sam Owen
Brad Benedict as Kyle Flint
Travis Cure as Bobby
Matthew Law as Kareem Richardson
How can I watch or stream The Oval?
The Oval season 2 can be enjoyed in real time on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET on the BET channel. Using your TV provider login, you can also watch full episodes on BET.com.
Don't have cable? You can always opt to download the BET+ app on your favorite device. Apart from The Oval, BET+ allows subscribers to access more than 1,000 hours of content, including TV shows, documentaries, movies, specials, and more. After signing up for a free seven-day trial, a subscription costs $9.99 a month. The BET+ app can be accessed on certain iOS, Android, Amazon Kindle, Amazon FireTV, Android TV, Roku, and other web devices. For more info, visit the BET+ website.
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