Looks like Christmas came early because the third season of I think you should leave is filming now. On Thursday, Netflix took to social media to reveal that production on the beloved sketch comedy series has now begun. Accompanying the announcement was a behind-the-scenes photo showing series co-creator and star Tim Robinson looking at a desk in an office, bewildered.
“I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE with Tim Robinson Season 3 Production Has Officially Started!!!!” reads the tweet.
Production for season 3 of I THINK YOU SHOULD LEAVE with Tim Robinson has officially started!!!! 🎉 pic.twitter.com/RWoAnkxZpb
— Netflix is a joke (@NetflixIsAJoke) December 1, 2022
What’s I think you should leave about?
I think you should leave features a collection of short, surreal, and undeniably hilarious sketches, courtesy of Robinson and co-creator Zach Kanin. Co-stars on the series include Sam Richardson, Cecily Strong, Vanessa Bayer, Tim Heidecker, Steven Yeun, Paul Walter-Hauser, and Bob Odenkirk. The first two seasons have become cult classics among fans and spawned original characters including Bart Harley Jarvis, Karl Havoc, Car Focus Group Guy, Chunky and the “We’re all trying to find the man who did this” Hot Dog Guy. The series was renewed for a third season earlier this year.
“Bag [Kanin] and I noticed we wrote a lot of scenes like that, where the person refuses to admit they did something wrong or they’re lying, and will do anything to cover it up,” Robinson previously said. GK. “So it became the theme of the whole show because we kept getting drawn into writing those scenes.”
Shall Detroiters coming back?
Another show starring Robinson, Kanin and Richardson that holds a special place in fans’ hearts is Detroiters,
“One hundred percent, we would like to go back,” Richardson said ComicBook. com. “I love Detroiters so much, and there was so much more we wanted to do with it. So we got… I think he was cut off the tree before he was all, all bald. I love and I’m very proud of those first two seasons, but I’m also curious about what we would have done if we had done more, and we still want to do more.”
“We text each other, the creators, me, Tim, Joe [Kelly]and Zak [Kanin]we text each other plot points, pitches still,” Richardson continued. [I don’t want to] give those away because who knows when we come back I don’t want to burn a hilarious thing. We send it back and then we just start stocking up and it kind of snows and we come up with these episodes. So if we get the chance to do it again, we would love it 100 percent.”
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