Season three had to happen on My Block. It would have been incredibly cruel of Netflix not to renew teen drama because we need solutions to A LOT of unresolved problems.
Most importantly the fact that César, Ruby, Jamal, and Monse were all kidnapped, not to mention Monse’s decision to leave Freeridge for an internship and “the fundamental mythology of Roller World,” something that was discussed by co-creator Lauren Iungerich in an interview with TVGuide.
Julio Macias (Spooky) chatted with MEA Worldwide about how he thinks the abduction could be linked to money from the Roller World and how it could be related to the larger narrative.
It is hard to predict when the series will come back.
But both seasons one and two hit Netflix in mid-to-late March 2018 and 2019 respectively, so this time around – March 2020 – we can expect the same, particularly since those differences have now been settled and the show can move forward entirely.
Monse (Sierra Capri), Ruby (Jason Genao), Cesar (Diego Tinoco), Jasmine (Jessica Marie Garcia), Jamal (Brett Gray), Ruby’s brother Mario (Danny Ramirez), and Spooky (Julio Macias) all had their individual stories left wide open so we would expect them all to be back on our screens.
Yet, after being shot, Olivia sadly lost her life.
Spoilers for season 3 below On My Block Let’s think about the wild ending. The gang life is handled by Monse Finnie (played by Sierra Capri) but none of the three boys seem to believe her. It is not until she walks away that we see a truck abduct Jamal, Ruby, and Cesar heading out of sight. She even gets a bag over her head until Monse finally turns around. Turn to loans.
Throughout the show, Monse focused on her future and was planning to move to a new school to start life again, and the conclusion regarding her future was reached in episode 10.