The Last Man on Earth Season 3
The Last Man on Earth season 3 started airing on Sunday, September 25, 2016. 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
most recent episode S3E18 Nature's Horchata
The season consists of 18 episodes. The second half premiered on Sunday, March 5, 2017.
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#JusticeLeague lightens up the DCEU, so at least this time, there was some fun to be had. It’s definitely a step up from BvS, not quite as remarkable as Wonder Woman, but a good popcorn film that doesn’t have me losing faith just yet. https://t.co/lqyHA34vEY <...> - via The Young Folks [Ryan Gibbs]
When a sitcom enters its third season, it’s important that the series be able to generate new ideas but also to place existing ones in new frameworks. LMOE settled into its new mode as an ensemble comedy last season after the dark morality tale in its first season failed to take off. It found new ways to play the <...> - by AV Club [Vikram Murthi]
Also, the Malibu Crew is getting a pretty sizable cemetery going on at this point. I know that last season did Christmas, but maybe a Halloween episode this year will lead to some zany zombie action (of course the product of some expired cheese-induced hallucinations). That funeral scene is also a treasure trove of <...> - by Den of Geek [Daniel Kurland]
Mark was stuck on a flight to Tokyo when The Virus broke out; he somehow got word to Lewis he was trying to sail back to Seattle. But that was almost three years ago. (Another thing that makes Last Man so impressive: it mines the backstories of the gang’s lost love ones so infrequently that the technique never <...> - by Entertainment Weekly [Megan Angelo]
“Last Man” works best when its cast is forced to readjust, and Forte & Co. has been great at consistently pushing their buttons — be it the slow addition of cast members, a regular shift in locales, killing off characters in heartbreaking (Phil) and hilarious (Jon Hamm’s Darrell) fashion, or <...> - according to indieWire [Ben Travers]