The American sitcom, The Unicorn, is a satire on society’s double faces, how first the society first pities you, empathizing on your miseries. On the other hand, when you do something to make yourself happy, it restricts your happiness by complaining about your irregular confirmation of its norms. Sounds heavy? But it won’t be as the series was unblemished, executed, and flawlessly told.
The light-hearted series that showed how sometimes a person should be perceived as a person only, not as per his status in the society or as per the attitudes defined by it to be as ideal, The Unicorn, tended to challenge community by its subtle portrayal of how a widower while taking care of his daughters received a setback from everyone because he decided to step into the dating game again. The movie mesmerizingly showcased the beautiful relationship between him and his daughters and how bravely he chooses to fight for happiness.
The Unicorn Season 3 Release Date
The series premiered on CBS on September 26, 2019, with its first season; it w as renewed for a second season and was released on November 12, 2020. The fans who enjoyed this warm and funny satire might have to wait a little longer as a confirmation as to either the renewal or cancellation for the third series is yet pending. The creators are enthusiastic and are even willing to continue with 8 or 9 seasons, but the ratings are well, let’s say, below average.
It is a beautiful show of loss and grief and how life needs to go on despite the miseries. The commandability lies in the crew’s dedication to making it a sublime mixture of both heartfulness as well as heartache.
The Unicorn Season 2 Plot Synopsis
Season two of ‘The Unicorn’ ended with matters running out of hand as Wade bumps into Caroline, and the same chemistry is ignited between them again. However, things get awkward when Trey introduces her to Wade as his girlfriend. Engagement is broken, and Shannon also texts Wade on how she is not over him.
The third season might be possibly about how and if things work out between Wade and Shannon, with each of them still stuck in their past if the long-distance thing ever works out for the hand many more things as per the assumptions and possibilities.
The cast comprises Walton Goggins as Wade, Juby Ray as Grace and Makenzie Moss as Natalie, Omer Miller as Ben, Maya Lynne Robinson as Michelle, Delia played by Michaela Watkins, and Forrest by Rob Corddry.