Most fans of Derry Girls are deeply engrossed in season 2 of the hilarious yet emotional Channel 4 series.
However, not everyone is a huge fan of the second instalment.
Airing every Tuesday night at 9:15 pm, UK audiences and critics alike have given the series somewhat mixed reviews.
Season 1 was always going to be a tough act to follow, so is a Derry Girls season 3 an unrealistic expectation? Could this 2019 season spell the last term at Erin’s all-girls Catholic school?
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When does Derry Girls season 2 end?
Derry Girls is currently airing on Channel 4 every Tuesday night.
There are six scheduled episodes in the series, meaning it will end on Tuesday, April 9th.
The series will include various problems for teenage girls growing up in early-1990s Northern Ireland while highlighting small humourous events such as the Quinn family causing chaos at a family wedding in episode 4.
Will there be a Derry City season 3?
Unconfirmed… but likely.
Off the back of season 1’s success, there were early talks of commissioning both season 2 and season 3.
Broadcast Now reported that Channel 4 were in advanced talks with Hat Trick Productions over a series 3 way back in summer 2018.
However, season 2 has been less of a hit with audiences, averaging almost a million less than season 1.g
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How to watch Derry Girls
If you’re keen to ramp up the Derry Girls viewing figures to ensure season 3 gets over the production line, you’re going to have to make ALL4 your new best friend.
All episodes will be uploaded to the official Channel 4 media player shortly after airing.
Season 1 is also on ALL4!
Unfortunately, neither series are on Netflix or any other streaming platforms such as Hulu.
WATCH DERRY GIRLS EVERY TUESDAY NIGHT ON CHANNEL 4, AT 9 PM