This Way Up Season 3

This comedy show is about moving on regardless of the consequences of your actions and how you feel in the moment. Your happiness is temporary. It’s futile to hold on to it like it is the end. You will face many disappointments throughout your life. The only constant in life changes. Therefore, we need to be open to this possibility.

This is the story about Aisling (or Aine), a young girl. A teacher by profession, she has struggled to overcome her nervous breakdown. However, it isn’t always as easy and as straightforward as it seems or the way people describe it.

To get over her feelings, she enrolls in a rehabilitation facility. She doesn’t find it helpful and feels they don’t have enough facilities. Shona decides to stay with her sister. This is where she believes that healing can be more efficient when she is with someone close.

This Way Up season 3 release date: Will there be a third series?

This Way Up has not been renewed in its third season. However, we’ll continue to update this page with any information.

The series would be available on Hulu US, Channel 4, and All4 UK.

This Way Up season 2. was premiered Wednesday 14th of July at 10 pm on Channel 4 All 4 will immediately make all episodes available for viewing on All 4!

This Way Up Season 3

Should We Expect Season 3?

Season 2 was started before the covid-19 scenario. This was followed up with a spine-chilling segment. Shona had sent her fiance a voicemail in which she spoke out about her private affair with Charlotte. Although it was an accident, she did not mean to send it. However, it was delivered.

Aisling answered a question about the possibility for a third season and said that it would require her to spend a lot more time thinking about its content. Her outstanding job was to draw from her own experiences and transform them to keep viewers engaged. While it will take time, we may get more. At this point, there is no news. However, it may come soon in the UK and US.

This Way Up season 3 cast

The Channel 4 series has not been renewed. However, the This Way Up cast featured Aisling Beard as Aine. Aine is a teacher of English-as-a foreign language (TEFL) and trying to recover after a nervous attack.

BAFTA-winning Catastrophe writer Sharon Horgan portrayed Aine’s successful sister Shona. Tobias Menzies, The Crown, The Terror, played Richard, Aine’s employer.

Indira Varma (best-known as Ellaria Sand in Game of Thrones), played Charlotte. Aasif Mandvi (The Daily Show Halal in the Family), played Shona’s husband Vish.