Harvey Girls Forever has been confirmed to be getting a third season and as we confirmed earlier in the year, is due out in late 2019 but now we know that season 3 is due out on November 12th, 2019. Here’s what we know.
The Dreamworks series comes to Netflix as part of a larger Dreamworks output deal with Netflix. Based on the comics of the same name the series actually got retitled to Harvey Street Girls for its second season. It’s now been renamed again to “Harvey Girls Forever!”.
The show had a panel at San Diego Comic-con which revealed a few new details on the next season. Details that Brendan Hay, one of the executive producers on the show summarised for us.
Season 3 Coming to Netflix Later in 2019
Dreamworks series are particularly hard at tracking given we don’t typically find out about new seasons until they’re literally at the doorstep.
Fortunately, we’ve gotten a heads up on the fact that season 3 is due out “later this year”. In October 2019, we learned that season 3 is due out on Neflix globally on November 12th, 2019.
Many, including one of the executive producers of the show have pointed out it debuts on the same day as Disney+ launches.
Just had it pointed out that #HarveyGirlsForever season 3 will premiere the same day as Disney +. So please check out our new season in December or January, whenever you stumble back onto Netflix.
— Brendan Hay (@B_Hay) October 16, 2019
Richie Rich joins Harvey Girls Forever
Firstly, Richie Rich is joining the cast for the first time. The character who even got his own live-action series on Netflix will be joining the show from season 3. He first debuted as a character back in 1953.
We can reveal that Jack Quaid who is known for his roles in The Hunger Games, the upcoming Amazon series The Boys and Star Trek: Lower Decks will be voicing the character.
Guest Stars for Season 3 of Harvey Street Girls
Two guest stars were confirmed for the upcoming season. These include Kristen Chenowith who’s known for Pushing Daisies and Bewitched.
Davey Havok will also be involved in season 3. He’s got a bunch of voice credits to his name as well as providing soundtracks for the likes of Guitar Hero.
Some other questions that were answered at the panel include whether the parents will appear in future episodes. Brendan confirmed that’s not planned at this time.
Someone asked this at the panel, so I’ll answer here: no plans at this time.
— Brendan Hay (@B_Hay) July 22, 2019
We’ll be back closer to the time of release but for now, are you excited for Harvey Street Girls season 3? Let us know in the comments.