Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Release Date, Cast, Trailer and More

Bridge and Tunnel is a drama that shows the lives of a group of people who just graduated from college and are now pursuing their dreams.

Edward Burns has produced and directed the series. It has an IMDB rating of 6.1. It is rated only 29% on Rotten Tomatoes.

The show has a runtime of 1 hour 35 minutes. A total of two seasons have been released, each with six episodes. The series debuted on 24th January 2021. It was renewed for a second season, which premiered on 10th July 2022. 

Though this is a low-concept story, it is still quite dramatic. The series shows the hardships faced by the group of college graduates and the decisions they make.

It shows the reality of life after college and its contrast with the fantasies of the graduates. It shows how Jimmy has to break up with his girlfriend, Jill, for the benefit of his future. 

Season 2 picks up one year after the conclusion of the first season. As they chase their big goals, they still try to cling to their working-class familiarity with the extended island, their hometown. The first season gave its viewers a nostalgia for diners, dive bars, and backyards. 

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Release Date 

There is no release date for the third installment of the series. Unfortunately, if it comes out, the news about the release will take some time as the series renewal is not yet done.

The Epix Dramedy canceled the show after the two seasons success. So, there won’t be Bridge and Tunnel Season 3.

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Cast 

The cast of the third season is not out yet, but it will likely be the same as the first and second seasons. Here is the list of some of the cast members from the previous seasons-

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Cast

  • Caitlin Stacy as Jill Shore 
  • Sam Vartholomeos as Jimmy Farrell
  • Edward Burns as Artie
  • Isabella Farrell as Stacey Ross 
  • Gigi Zumbado as Tammy
  • Jan Luis Castellanos as Mikey 
  • Brian Muller as Nick 
  • Erica Hernandez as Genie Farrell 
  • Rebecca Gibel as Kitty Farrell 
  • Barrett Weed as Lizzie

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Trailer 

Unfortunately, the trailer for the third part of this series is not out yet, as the series’ renewal is not yet confirmed. Epix Dramedy canceled the show, and there will be no season 3 as of now. If the series is renewed, we will bring you the trailer. You can watch for fan-made and concept trailers of the series.

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Storyline 

The series revolves around the lives of a group of college graduates chasing after their goals and dreams in Manhattan, US. As the series progresses, we see Jimmy going to Alaska for his dream job, thus abandoning his girlfriend, Jill. On the other hand, Tammy and Mikey start their new relationship. The series is streaming on Epix. 

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Storyline

We also see Pags agitated and disappointed due to being unable to attend law school. This series is a reflection of the reality of the lives of college graduates. This series captivated the hearts of many of its fans, even though it didn’t get an excellent rating on IMDB or Rotten Tomatoes. 

Jimmy is a wildlife photographer; Jill is a fashion designer who lives with her mother. In season 2, we see Jill and Jimmy trying to get back together, but it isn’t the most successful idea.

Tammy plans to attend business school and is glad everyone is hanging out together for the summer. Stacey has dropped out of college and is now living in Manhattan with some older dude, reconnecting with  Mikey. Mikey and Stacey flirt with each other and dance at the bar, and they reconnect again after some time.

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Renewal Status

The Epix Dramedy has canceled Bridge and Tunnel after two successful seasons. Unfortunately, there is no season 3 coming out, and the creators will no longer entertain you.

Bridge and Tunnel Season 3 Renewal Status

The show was first renewed for season 3 after the release of season 2, but soon, MGM+ network canceled it. Overall, it has a lot of cliffhangers left, and there are some unanswered questions, too. So, there is not a big deal if it returns until we receive an official confirmation.

This series, set in 1980, has a TV-MA certification. It originated in the US by Epix Film Production. You can watch it on Prime Video, Apple TV, Epix, and VUDU. You can watch the first two seasons until the renewal of the third. 

Happy Binge-Watching! 

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