American Housewife Season 3

Premiere Date, Episode List

American Housewife season 3 started airing on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. Series returns with new episodes on Feb 05, 2019. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Feb 05, 2019. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 Mom Guilt

S3E2 Here We Go Again

S3E3 Cheaters Sometimes Win

S3E4 Enemies: An Otto Story

S3E5 Trust Me

S3E6 Body Image

S3E7 The Code

S3E8 Trophy Wife

most recent episode S3E9 Highs And Lows

next episode S3E10 Saving Christmas

S3E11 TBA

How many episodes are in season 3 of American Housewife?

The season consists of 11 episodes. The second half to premiere on Tuesday, February 5, 2019.

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Kelly Ripa to Guest Star on 'American Housewife' (EXCLUSIVE) - via Variety

Kelly Ripa is set to make a guest appearance in ABC’s “American Housewife,” Variety has learned exclusively. Ripa will take on the voice-over role of Whitney, a divorcée who is also Katie’s (Katy Mixon) new boss at the event coordination company, Parties By Whitney. Although Whitney and Katie have yet to meet, Whitney still demands nothing but […]

'American Housewife' Duo Renew ABC Studios Overall Deal - via Hollywoodreporter

Wiener and Schwartz met as staff writers on NBC's Mad About You. They went on to create ABC's Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place, which starred a young Ryan Reynolds. After the series wrapped its four-season run, they created and exec produced the former WB Network's Do Over before joining Seth MacFarlane's American Dad, where they spent seven seasons. They previously were showrunners on NBC's Guys With Kids and wrote for ABC's Modern Family and Galavant.

'American Housewife' EPs Rick Weiner, Kenny Schwartz Ink New Overall Deal With ABC Studios - via Variety

They followed that up by joining “American Dad” from its inception and served as executive producers for seven seasons. Additionally, Wiener and Schwartz were showrunners and executive producers on NBC’s “Guys with Kids” and wrote for ABC’s “Modern Family” and “Galavant.”

'American Housewife's Rick Wiener & Kenny Schwartz Ink New Overall Deal With ABC Studios - via Deadline

Longtime collaborators Wiener and Schwartz first met as staff writers on the hit NBC show Mad About You. From there, they went on to create ABC’s Two Guys, A Girl and a Pizza Place. After its four-season run, they created and executive produced Do Over for the WB Network. They then joined American Dad from its inception and served as executive producers for seven seasons. Additionally, the duo were showrunners and executive producers on NBC’s Guys with Kids and wrote for ABC’s Modern Family and Galavant.

ABC's 'American Housewife' to omit jokes about Norwalk after public outcry - via Foxnews

“The insults about Norwalk children on a national network TV show are not funny,” Superintendent Steven Adamowski wrote in a letter to ABC Entertainment Group President Channing Dungey. The letter was also submitted to ABC comedy programming executives, as well as the creator and executive producers of the series.

Fan Buzz

This is a show the family may have to grow on some people but it is well worth the try if you are able to get the message of the show and as always Katie mixion is sweet and laugh out loud funny she is a good role model for bigger people, like myself, and the littleest daughter is cute too miss annakat is a bit awkward but it is why you love her and she is special in her own way u will love the zany family Great show and great actress. Get ready for a lot obvious completely on the nose writing & dialogue. Even worse is the Acting, which is so exaggerated and lacking any kind of subtlety. This show is the vehicle Katy Mixon needed to show the world her stuff.

Critics Reviews

    I like that while Anna-Kat’s OCD is used as a punchline a lot, the show indeed does strive to give some accurate representation. It’s not just used for jokes; there are multiple serious scenes throughout the series explaining what it is and how it affects people. And, they work on solutions to help her control it. To people who don’t fully understand the joke you might get a laugh because of his facial expressions, but to people educated enough to know what you’re implying it’s disgusting. Why are we still using LGBTQ characters for the butt of a joke? <...> - by Tell-Tale TV [Cade Taylor]

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