Disjointed Season 3: Created by David Javerbaum and Chuck Lorre, Netflix brought in the multicamera American comedy called Disjointed. The first season of the show was released in 2017, followed by the second season in 2019. Disjointed features Kathy Bates. Bates plays the role of a life-long advocate who is trying to get marijuana legalized. Ever since the second season was released, there has been a major question of what would happen to Disjointed Season 3. What’s really happening? Here is all we know about it-
Who is on the show?
Warner Bros are the producers of the show. Chuck Lorre acts as the executive producer of the show. Lorre has been a part of a number of famous comedies, including Young Sheldon and Big Bang Theory. On the screen is Kathy Bates, who is the protagonist of the show- Ruth Whitefeather Feldman. Bates is a two-time Emmy winner. Ruth, Bates’ character, is an advocate who is trying hard to get marijuana legalized.
While she tries to get this done, she thankfully is supported by a number of people around her. These supporters include her son, a security guard, and a budtender. Playing these roles are Aaron Moten, who plays Travis Feldman, Ruth’s son. Tone Bell takes up the role of Carter, the security guard. Joining them is Elizabeth Alderger plays the role of a budtender. Other cast members include Nicole Sullivan, Michael Trucco, Peter Riegert, among many faces.
What Is The Show About?
The show follows Ruth Whitefeather Feldman, who has finally found a way to live her dream. Ruth is an advocate and finds a new purpose in her life. She wants to start a medical marijuana dispensary in Los Angeles. On her journey to open this dispensary, Ruth has to face a number of difficulties. However, with the support of a number of people, she finally opens up that dispensary. This road does not get any easier for her. She keeps facing one problem after the other. Her problems only increase when a web-show host Dabby and Dank add more to her plate. Things get even worse when Ruth mistakenly sells cannabis to minors.
Disjointed Season 3: Is It Happening?
The comedy series has tried to opt for the same trick that has been used in the book. This method has indeed made a few scenes on the show a bit annoying. The only thing that seemed to save the show was Kathy Bates’ popularity. If not that, it would have been very difficult for the show to survive.
As for the critics’ radar, Disjointed hasn’t been able to impress the critics. The show was only able to bag about 19% Rotten Tomatoes for both seasons. The show hasn’t been able to receive great viewership. Netflix also canceled the comedy series. This news does come as sad one for all the Disjointed fans. However, Chuck Lorre continues to spread his magic with his show- The Kominsky Method. So, all fans can really move on to that show.