Fans of Hope Street can’t hold back their joy since the third season just came out. Fans of crime shows always have something new to look forward to all year long. The beloved BBC Irish soap Hope Street season 3 is now on the roaster.
In the first season of Hope Street, Inspector Finn O’Hare and Sergeant Marlene Pettigrew deal with crimes in the Northern Irish town of Port Devine. It first came out on November 24, 2021, and hasn’t looked back since.
The first season did well, which made it possible for the second season to start on November 7, 2022. It’s clear that fans can’t wait for the third season to start. So far, this is what we know:
When Will Hope Street Season 3 Come Out?
You can now watch the third season of Hope Street (image from Radio Times). The third season of Hope Street will start on October 30, 2023. So far, information about two episodes has been made public. The second episode is set to come out on November 22, 2023.
Hope Street Season 3 Story
Hope Street’s third season will continue the story of the Port Devin police force and their weird and wonderful lives. The show will be going back to Donaghadee, a beach town in County Down, to film.
So far, episode one has introduced a mysterious new detective named Joe Lipton. He gets the show going by looking into a jailbreak with weapons. When she slowly starts to take charge of things, she makes a big impact on Constable Callum McCarthy.
There will be a heated meeting between Jo and McCarthy in the second episode, which has not yet aired. Fans can’t wait to find out what happens next in the story.
Hope Street Season 3 Cast
This season, almost the whole old group will be back. They are back and taking the lead as Inspector Finn O’Hare, Concepta O’Hare played by Bríd Brennan, Barry Pettigrew played by Des McAleer, and Marlene Pettigrew played by Kerri Quinn.
This season also sees the return of Niall Wright, Aaron McCusker, Niamh McGrady, Rachel Tucker, Sade Malone, Louis McCartney, and Ellie Lavery. Karen Hassan, Jo Lipton, and Finnian Garbutt are the new players who have joined the cast of Hope Street 3.
Producers Paul Marquess and Donna Wiffen, who are best known for their work on London Kills and The Light in the Hall, are excited about Hope Street season 3. Along with them will be the well-known co-creator Susanne Farrell (Dirty God) and director Leon Fee.
Today is an important day for Hope Street because, for three years, the show has been showcasing local talent in writing, playing, and making the show. It really shows that the BBC wants to support local artists and help them grow, while also showing the beautiful scenery of everyday life in Northern Ireland. Fans can watch the third season of Hope Street on BBC One.