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Insatiable is an American dark comedy-drama web television series created by Lauren Gussis, starring Dallas Roberts and Debby Ryan. It is based on the 2014 New York Times article “The Pageant King of Alabama” by Jeff Chu. The first season premiered on Netflix on August 10, 2018. In September 2018, the series was renewed for a second season, which premiered on October 11, 2019.

Will there be season 3?

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Creator Lauren Gussis has already revealed plans for a third season, as well as what happens at the end of season two.

The first season of the dark comedy received mixed reviews, with some branding it as ‘offensive’ and accusing it of ‘fat-shaming’.

But in season two, we finally get to see who the pageant killer is and how Bob Armstrong is framed for the murders, dum dum mmmm.

Netflix is yet to announce an official renewal for season three.

Release Date?

All 12 episodes of season one dropped on Netflix on August 10, 2018.

Fans had to wait until October 11, 2019, for 10 new episodes in season two, however.

This left a gap of 14 months between each season so, if the third follows suit, fans may be able to expect it in December 2020.


No official trailer is released yet.


If season 3 will come we’d expect to see Ryan back as Patty, alongside the rest of the main players: Arden Myrin as Regina, Dallas Roberts as Bob Armstrong Jr, Christopher Gorham as Bob Barnard, Sarah Colonna as Angie, Erinn Westbrook as Magnolia, Kimmy Shields as Nonnie, Michael Provost as Brick, Irene Choi as Dixie, and Alyssa Milano as Coralee.

Will Bob sell Patty out in Insatiable season 3?

Bob Armstrong closed out season 2 in possibly the worst predicament of any Insatiable character. He’s been pinned as the pageant killer by Regina and he knows all about Patty’s victims but can’t say anything.

The two characters may be at an impasse, but we don’t see Bob turning on Patty – at least not in the way fans may be thinking.

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