The Politician Season 3 Announcement is here!
Jeya Suriya -
The Politician Season two just freshly docked on Netflix with much of the principal cast including Ben Platt, Lucy Boynton, Zoey Deutch, Laura Dreyfuss, David Corenswet, Bette Midler and Judith Light. But many fans are already wondering if the High school drama show will get a third instalment.
Murphy in a recent interview said “I would like to do, and I think all of us immersed in it would plausibly like to do three seasons entirety. So as well know the first season of the show converged on an enthusiastic high school student, Payton Hobart (Ben Platt), who's been convinced since age seven that he's intended to be president. We saw him compete for student body president at the prestigious, and fictional, Saint Sebastian High School. He succeeded, but there was an abundance of backstabbing and slander (and near-death-experiences) to sequentially doom his tenure. Season two—which lurches forward many years— takes place in New York, concentrating on Payton's route for a New York Senate position, held by Judith Light's Dede Standish.
So as we all wish a third instalment could have its centre plot on an even bigger election. Murphy even proclaimed "What I would love to do is take a twosome of years off and have Ben Platt get a slight older for his final run and That would be a presidential race, right? That’s always what we had outlined, and I think that’s what our strategy is.”
So if you are worried about the Creator involving in long period shows, please don't as Murphy has made a diverse variety of shows that have gone on overextended duration: Glee and Nip/Tuck both went on for six seasons, and his American Horror Story franchise has perceived nine anthologies. POSE, his show about underground ballroom dance culture, will be getting a third season, and 9-1-1, a procedural piece about first responders, was just revived for a fourth season. Also if in case you're bothered that The Politician's stars won't be involved in doing long-term shows, fret not: Ben Platt was also latterly confirmed on to the 20-year project Merrily We Roll Along, helmed by Academy Accoladed Richard Linklater (whose Boyhood was shot over 12 years.)
So, now the material cause for the third season to not to takeoff immediately is Murphy has a lot of fresh projects in the pipeline. He's right now working on the forthcoming Ratched and a film adaptation from the paperback - The Boys in The Band. Also, he has The Prom, an imminent musical comedy film arriving out on Netflix later this year. The Prom will emphasise a slate of major stars, including Meryl Streep, James Corden, and Nicole Kidman
It is also to be noted that Murphy was also drilled to spearhead FX's Impeachment: An American Story, a retelling of Bill Clinton's impeachment following the apocalypse of the Ex-President's dalliance with Monica Lewinsky which will be impersonated by Beanie Feldstein.
So, to conclude Series inventor Ryan Murphy hasn't written off the possibility of the third season but has suggested it would likely be several years until we see it. We will have to wait for the Election to check whether Payton would also make America great again.