The famous American soap opera- The Oval is a story about a family who moves to the White House after the decision of people in power. The show focuses on the working and day-to-day activities inside the famous house. Tyler Perry has directed this prime-time show. He also happens to be its executive producer, creator, and writer. Joining him are Mark E. Swinton and Michelle Sneed in the executive production.
The show got aired with its first season on October 23, 2019, on network platform BET. It comprised a total of 25 episodes, with the last episode being aired in July of 2020. In 2021, the series got released with its second installment on February 16. It included a total number of 22 episodes and finally concluded on September 14, 2021, on BET with its final episode named “Doomsday”.
The second season has finally concluded, but excited viewers are in eager wait for the show’s third season. Read on the article to find out what are the speculations and facts about The Oval season 3.
Is the Oval Season 3 on the cards?
Shortly after the release of the second edition of the Oval series, Black Entertainment Television has announced the renewal of the series for the third instalment on February 23, 2021. This was around seven days after the broadcast of season 2. Looking at the success of the previous seasons with almost millions of views per episode, it is a no-brainer that the third season was sure to make its way. It has been a successful show for black fans, and maximum viewership has been received from them.
Cast for the Oval Season 3
According to the possible speculations, it is assumed that some of the major faces from the second season might make the return to the third installment. Along with it, new stars might also join the show. Hunter Franklin (President) essayed by Ed Quinn, First Lady Victoria Franklin played by Kron Moore, Nancy Hallsen portrayed by Ptosha Storey, Jason Franklin played by Daniel Croix, and Barry Hallsen essayed by Vaughn W.Hebron.
Richard Hallsen characterized by Javon Johnson, Sam Owen played by Walter Fauntleroy, Priscilla Owen portrayed by Taja V. Simpson, Kyle Flint being played by Brad Benedict, Lilly Winthrop essayed by Ciera Payton, Donald Winthrop by Lodric Collins, Sharan characterized by Teesha Renee, Bobby being played by Travis Cure, Max Carter by Bill Barrett and Kareem Richardson by Matthew Law.
Alongside these, new entries were Nick Barrotta playing Allan, Russell Thomas essaying Eli, and Kaye Singleton portraying Simone.
What is the Date for the Release of Season 3 of the Oval?
The shooting for yet to come season is estimated to kick start this year and probably in Atlanta in the Tyler Perry Studios. This ascertains that season 3 wouldn’t be available anytime sooner than 2022. And if looking at the release of the episodes of previous seasons, we can assume that the upcoming season will also telecast its episodes on Tuesdays. However, official dates are yet to be announced by the officials, and only guesses can be made until then.