Ramy season 3 release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is the new series of Ramy out?

Ramy season 3 release date, cast, trailer, plot: When is the new series of Ramy out?

July 14, 2020

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Comedy-drama series Ramy has been recommissioned for a third outing. The programme has won critical acclaim for its lead star and creator Ramy Youssef. Express.co.uk has the lowdown on the forthcoming out of the show.

When will Ramy season 3 be released?

Hulu has announced its given Ramy a recommission with the series returning for another outing.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, film and TV production has been plunged into uncertainty which means it’s not clear when work could start on season three.

The writing can be done remotely but it remains to be seen when filming could start and how the shoot will be carried out.

Given Ramy is based in reality, it seems the show could address the pandemic and so adhere to social distancing when filming.

Should filming commence sooner rather than later, season three could be coming out in 2021 at some point on Hulu.

The streamer has confirmed there will be 10 episodes in the third cycle, which will be coming out at once.


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Who is in the cast of Ramy season 3?

Youssef will be reprising his role as a fictional version of himself called Ramy Hassan.

Fans can expect to see other cast members coming back for season three including Amr Waked as Ramy’s father Farouk Hassan and Succession’s Hiam Abbass as mother Maysa Hassan.

Also, likely to be making a comeback is Madam Secretary star May Calamawy as Ramy’s siter Dena Hassan.

Other actors likely to be back are Laith Nakli as Uncle Naseem, Stephen Way as Stevie, Dave Merheje as Ahmed and Mohammed Amer as Mo.

Mean Girls star Lindsay Lohan could be featuring in the series after she was slated to appear in season two.

Golden Globe winner Youssef previously explained to Entertainment Weekly: “We actually cast Lindsay Lohan, because Lindsay had this whole thing about converting to Islam.

“And so we had cast Lindsay and I talked to her and she was down, and then, you know, like Lindsay does, we just kind of stopped hearing from her.

“I was trying to get [hold] of her and she was on the call sheet, and I guess she couldn’t make it. I don’t know, I never heard from her.”

He added: “You can’t try and put Lindsay in a box, that’s what I know. Lindsay is going to be Lindsay.”

There’s no word yet but Moonlight and True Detective actor as well a double Oscar winner Mahershala Ali could be back as religious lead Sheikh Ali, who takes Ramy under his wing.

What will happen in Ramy season 3?

The show sees the title character grappling with his identity as a first generation Egyptian-American and Muslim man in a post-9/11 era.

Each episode sees Ramy going on a journey of self-discovery as he tries to figure himself out around his native New Jersey.

He will also be encountering different characters along the way as he delves into introspection and spirituality.

Previous instalments of Ramy have seen the show tacking dating,the character trying to launch a start-up and family conflicts.

Season three is likely to deal with more contemporary events such as Black Lives Matter and COVID-19.


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Is there a trailer for Ramy season 3?

As Ramy has only just be renewed, it’s far too early for a trailer yet.

Express.co.uk will update this article when one is available and any other news about season three.

A trailer and any teasers are likely to be released near to the time of transmission but sadly for now, there’s much uncertainty and ambiguity as to when this will be.

Ramy seasons 1 & 2 are streaming on Hulu now

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