When will What We Do in the Shadows return for season 3?

What We Do in the Shadows season 3 gets a premiere date

When will What We Do in the Shadows return for season 3? 15

FX has finally set a return date for What We Do in the Shadows.

The network recently announced that the first two episodes of the 10-episode season 3 of the mockumentary comedy horror series will premiere on Thursday, September 2nd at 10 p.m. ET on FX and will stream the next day via FX on Hulu.

Based on the feature film of the same name by Jemaine Clement and Taika Waititi, What We Do in the Shadows chronicles the nightly exploits of vampire roommates Nandor the Relentless (Kayvan Novak), Nadja (Natasia Demetriou), Laszlo Cravensworth (Matt Berry), and Colin Robinson (Mark Proksch) as they navigate the modern world of Staten Island with the help of their human familiar, Guillermo De la Cruz (Harvey Guillén).

Following the shocking season 2 finale that revealed Guillermo as a vampire killer, season 3 will find the roommates in a panic about what to do with Guillermo now that his huge secret is out. Elevated to a new level of power in the upcoming season, the roommates will also meet the vampire from which all vampires have descended. They will also encounter a tempting siren, gargoyles, werewolf kickball, Atlantic City casinos, wellness cults, ex-girlfriends, gyms, and other forms of supernatural curiosities.

The new season will also find Colin turning 100 and Nandor facing his own eternal-life crisis. In an attempt to inject more meaning into his life, the latter will try to find new love after being an immortal bachelor with 37 ex-wives for a very long time.

What We Do in the Shadows has yet to announce its guest stars for season 3. But since the show featured Evan Rachael Wood, Danny Trejo, Tilda Swinton, Nick Kroll, Craig Robinson, and Mark Hamill in the past two seasons, fans can expect the same high caliber of guest stars in the third season.

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Sources: ComicBook.com, Screen Rant