Last Chance U Season 3

Premiere Date, Full Episodes

Last Chance U season 3 started airing on Friday, July 20, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 We Expect

S3E2 Humble Your Pie

S3E3 Jimmys and Joes

S3E4 Get Outta Dodge

S3E5 Out of State

S3E6 Neewollah

S3E7 Abracadabra

most recent episode S3E8 Dust in the Wind

How many episodes are in season 3 of Last Chance U?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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Fan Buzz

So often the tail is wagging the dog. He refers to them as thugs and rednecks. I still think this is a great series otherwise. I feel that this documentary captures the reality of the South and of Mississippi. The running back gets a serious injury, concussion, and is treated properly but when he sprains his ankle the coaches call him weak and punish him for being hurt.

Critics Reviews

    “Last Chance U” has always made a concerted effort to dedicate plenty of time to the non-football aspects of all these players’ and coaches’ lives, but this might be the season where the show has most questioned its own assumptions. As the season progresses, more and more doubt creeps in as to the effectiveness and legitimacy of Brown‘s coaching tactics, not just in the way that he called plays on the field, but in the techniques he uses to motivate both the people wearing jerseys and the standard <...> - according to indieWire [Steve Greene]

    As in previous seasons, the players are battling demons: drugs, crime, gangs. But Coach Brown is set on taking this bunch of “knucklehead idiots”, dope-smoking, high-school dropouts from broken homes and turning them into young men, with pride in themselves and hopes for the future. And fine, there’s the odd bit of ball-throwing in the mix: but I guarantee you’ll be too emotional to notice. Much.  Elements from Jagged Edge and Fatal Attraction are stirred into the cop genre, with the casting of slasher movie <...> - via London Evening Standard [Lucy Hunter Johnston]

    A lot of Brown’s scenes are like this: Blunt, outrageous, offensive, sly, grandiose, depressing, illuminating. A foulmouthed strategist from Compton, Brown says more bad words in any single sentence than anyone on Friday Night Lights ever said on NBC. Brown’s a magnetic reality TV personality, with a sharp sense of humor. He’s also, on the field, an imperial loudmouth, screeching at assistant coaches, players, and refs. You wonder if there’s more story there. H. G. “Buzz” Bissinger’s <...> - according to Entertainment Weekly [Darren Franich]


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