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Ricky Gervais’ After Life Swansong Season Coming in January

Netflix has announced that Ricky Gervais‘ critically acclaimed comedy-drama “After Life” will be returning for its third and final series with six new episodes.

No specific plot details have been disclosed but what we do know is that Tony will continue to find more hope and a reason to live as a result of making other people feel good when the brand new season launches globally on Netflix on 14th January 2022.

“After Life” is a Netflix original series from Derek Productions. The series is created, written, and directed by Ricky Gervais. Gervais and Duncan Hayes are executive producers.

Season three’s cast includes Penelope Wilton (Downton Abbey, Doctor Who), Ashley Jensen (Extras), Tom Basden (Plebs, David Brent: Life On The Road), Tony Way (Edge of Tomorrow), David Earl (Cemetery Junction, Derek), Joe Wilkinson (Him and Her), Kerry Godliman (Derek), Jo Hartley (In My Skin), and Diane Morgan (David Brent: Life On The Road), David Bradley (The Harry Potter series, Game of Thrones), Peter Egan (Downton Abbey), Ethan Lawrence (Bad Education), Colin Hoult (Almost Never) and Michelle Greenidge (It’s A Sin). Kath Hughes (The Join of Missing Out), joins as new intern, Coleen. This season’s guest stars will also include Tim Key, Dave Hill, Wendy Albiston, Ricky Grover, Ben Hull, Cole Anderson-James, and Kate Robbins.


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