Shoresy Season 3 Confirmed, to be Released on Hulu Next Month

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Hulu and Crave renewed ‘Shoresy’ for a third season. The filming of the sitcom’s third installment took place in Sudbury, Ontario. After its premiere on Crave later this month, the third season will be released on Hulu on June 21. The series, a spin-off of ‘Letterkenny,’ originally revolves around the adventures of “Shoresy” Shore, who takes control of the Sudbury Bulldogs to prove that his team can do well in the four-team Triple A-level Northern Ontario Senior Hockey Organization league. Hulu also greenlit the fourth season of the sitcom earlier this month.

The series is prominently filmed in Sudbury, where the narrative of the same takes place. Several Sudbury landmarks such as the Sudbury Community Arena feature in the first two seasons of the sitcom. We can look forward to seeing more of the same in the upcoming third installment as well. ‘Letterkenny,’ ‘Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City,’ ‘X-Men,’ Ryan Reynolds-starrer ‘The Captive,’ Ethan Hawke-starrer ‘Born to Be Blue,’ etc. are some of the renowned projects filmed previously in the city.

Jared Keeso, who plays Shoresy, created and writes the series. He also created ‘Letterkenny’ and plays the protagonist Wayne in the same. His other credits include ‘The Death & Life of John F. Donovan,’ ‘Monster Warriors,’ ‘I Love You, Beth Cooper,’ Matt Damon-starrer ‘Elysium,’ and ‘Preggoland.’ Jacob Tierney, who helmed the first two seasons, is returning to direct the third round as well. Tierney co-wrote ‘The Death and Life of John F. Donovan’ with Xavier Dolan and co-developed ‘Letterkenny’ with Keeso.

The third season was greenlit by Crave ahead of the premiere of the sitcom’s second round on September 29, 2023, on Crave. The first season ends with the Bulldogs’ defeat to the Soo Cyclones in the championship final. Despite losing the same, Shoresy and others make it clear that they are capable of challenging the championship in the future. The second season depicts the Bulldogs’ return to the arena to win the championship and Shoresy’s attempts to empower his team to win the title.

Along with Keeso, the sitcom stars Tasya Teles as Nat, Harlan Blayne Kytwayhat as Sanguinet, Blair Lamora as Ziigwan, Keilani Rose as Miigwan, Jonathan Diaby as “Dolo,” Terry Ryan as Ted Hitchcock, and Ryan McDonell as Mark Michaels.

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