Mythic Quest Season 3 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Apple TV?

Mythic Quest Season 3 Release Date – When Is It Coming To Apple TV?

Who knew that that workplace comedy about creating an online game would be so brilliant? Fans just can't get enough of Mythic Quest, so much so, that Season 3 will soon be coming to a tv near you.

Co-written, created and starring Rob McElhenney, Mythic Quest follows a group of brilliant but quirky colleagues who between them must get a game expansion to market.

But when personalities clash and nothing about the game design is straightforward, the job of getting Raven's Banquet live becomes ever more difficult.

Can our favourite game creators make it work?

So far we have followed the evolution of Mythic Quest through two seasons of the hit show. Now the big question is – Mythic Quest Season 3, when is it coming to Apple TV???

Mythic Quest Season 1 Recap

This is our first introduction to the creative genius behind the game, Ian Grimm. A legend in his own mind, Ian is a shallow, self-obsessed boss who never gives a second thought to those around him.

Except for Poppy. Poppy is the lead engineer who brings Ian's creative visions to life. But the biggest obstacle in Poppy's life is Ian. Despite their contact clashes and bickering, the duo make a formidable team, they just need to find a way to work together.

With the deadline for the launch of Raven's Banquet drawing ever closer, can the team get the job done?

If you've watched the show, then you know that they do and Ian even makes Poppy co-creator heading into season two.

Mythic Quest Season 2 Recap

Two bonus episodes slot in between seasons one and two with the Pandemic episode being particularly brilliant!!

When we return to the workplace, a lot has happened. The team need to come up with a title and story for the new expansion. Realising they can't really work together, Ian and Poppy agree to work on half each.

In the midst of it all going wrong, David finds himself back on the dating scene, Jo becomes Brad's new assistant, and Brad's even more ruthless brother shows up to buy the company.

We even get a glimpse into the life of CW through two flashback episodes which tie his character into the season.

By the end of the second season, Ian and Poppy realise that their work on Mythic Quest is done. They leave to start another game from scratch, taking us into season three.

Mythic Quest Season 3 – Apple TV+ Release Date

With two successful seasons on their hands, it didn't take Apple TV long to renew the comedy for a third season.

With the first season dropping in 2020 and the second season in 2021, Mythic Quest Season 3 will air November 11th 2022.

Like previous seasons, episodes will drop weekly.

Mythic Quest Season 3 – What happens?

It looks like Ian and Poppy's plans to start over again on their own begin very well. They form GrimPop, and attempt to enter the metaverse with a new VR game.

But when Ian refuses investment, things start to go downhill.

Brad is back, but after his insider trading debacle from season two, he is now the janitor. And back at Mythic Quest, poor David is still attempting to wrangle them all – unsuccessfully.

Jo returns as his assistant, more loyal than ever, and Carol attempts to figure out where she fits in after a new promotion.

Will Poppy and Ian end up back at Mythic Quest? Or will they bring their colleagues to Grimpop? Find out in Mythic Quest season 3.

Mythic Quest Season 3 Cast

One big cast change for season 3 is that F. Murray Abraham, who plays head writer C.W. Longbottom, will not return.

Instead, Joe Manganiello joins the cast and will star alongside show favourites Rob McElhenney (Always Sunny in Philadelphia) as Ian Grimm, Charlotte Nicdao as Poppy Li, Danny Pudi as Brad Bakshi and David Hornsby as David Brittlesbee.

Also returning are Jessie Ennis as Jo, Ashly Burch as Rachel and Imani Hakim as Dana and Naomi Ekperigin as Carol.

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