Bravo’s ‘Family Karma’ is another title in the network’s long list of appetizing and impactful reality shows mirroring real life in a way that has over time attracted a solid fan following. The show revolves around several Indian American families spanning three generations and the level of westernization inevitably characterizing their lives in Miami. It primarily focuses on how they try to balance contemporary living with their culture rooted in traditional norms that directly oppose the lifestyle they have openly adopted.
A big part of the show focuses on Vishal’s on-and-off relationship with his fiancé Richa, which often becomes the talk of the community. The only other constant is former playboy Brian navigating through his affection for his childhood best friend, Monica. After a two-season run, fans have begun to entertain the possibility of another edition entering the picture. If you’re curious about the same, here’s everything we know about ‘Family Karma’ season 3!
Family Karma Season 3 Release Date
‘Family Karma’ season 2 released on June 2, 2021, on Bravo and concluded on July 28, 2021. The second season has 9 hour-long episodes that gave us an in-depth take on the personal lives of a group of Indian American households thriving in the westernized localities of Miami. The latest season, as expected, addressed issues many youngsters can relate to, especially the moment when Amrit Kapai came out in front of his grandmother.
As far as the third season is concerned, here’s what we have gathered. The home network has not released any update about its return yet. If we weigh out the possibilities of ‘Family Karma’ sliding into our TV screens again, the viewers are in love with the cast comprising relatable millennials who regularly have entertained us with their interesting personal lives. In an interview, Anisha Ramakrishna stated that the second season had received a “wild” response not only from the South Asian community but also from people hailing from other backgrounds.
The show’s progressive and intriguing representation of South Asian communities has sat well with viewers from all nooks and corners. So it might come back after all. Taking everything into account, if the network does renew the show for a third season and decides to follow the release pattern of the previous installments, we can expect ‘Family Karma’ season 3 to release sometime in early to mid-2022.
Family Karma Season 3 Cast: Who can be in it?
Season 3 of ‘Family Karma’ will hopefully feature the already existing seven Indian American households that have, without fail, appeared in the previous two seasons. The highlight of season 2 is Amrit Kapai introducing his boyfriend Nicholas to his family. Anisha Ramakrishna made it big in the fashion industry, but her only problem has been her love life. Bali Chainani is the one person in the group who has seen it all, while Brian Benni and Monica Vaswani’s relationship has also intrigued viewers.
Both Dillon Patel and his brother Shaan are two members in the cast who hail from one of the wealthiest families to have first settled in Miami. Moving on, Vishal Parvani is a huge name in real estate, and his on-and-off relationship with Richa Sadana still happens to be the central focus of the show. If renewed, the third season is expected to include all the primary cast members as they try to live as authentically as they could.
What can Family Karma Season 3 be About?
In the season 2 finale, Amrit and Nicholas successfully got through with their engagement which means a wedding might be up in the next edition. Vishal and Richa are doing better as a unit now, especially after the couples therapy they attended. So is another wedding on the calendar? We might have to wait till season 3 drops. Moving on, Brian has lost his job, and the only way he can start fresh is by staying back in Miami as opposed to what Monica wants. Her life is in Tampa, and relocating to Miami would be difficult for her. Will they continue to stick together despite the hurdles that repeatedly fall on the way? Only time will tell.
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