Is Helpsters season 3 confirmed? Let’s consider when more episodes of the beloved children’s series may be coming to Apple TV+.

Over the course of 2020, entertainment has arguably become more important than ever but harder to find.

Much more time has been spent indoors, and we all know what that means…

Indeed, more hours have been spent curled up on the sofa making friends with TV.

Despite the pandemic affecting the release and production of a wealth of TV shows, there have still been some fantastic titles to reach screens.

It’s important to keep everyone in the house happy with content and Apple TV+ has something perfect for the kids with Helpsters.

This educational Sesame Workshop series arrived back in November 2019 and proved an absolute delight for the younger ones.

Let’s look ahead!

still from Helpsters trailer, Sesame Workshop et al., Apple TV+, YouTube

Is Helpsters season 3 confirmed?

  • While there is no confirmation from Apple TV+ regarding Helpsters season 3, it has reportedly been renewed.

TV Dates Watch includes on their site that the series has been renewed for season 3.

Season 2 premiered on the streaming service on Friday, October 16th 2020 and rewarded patience with some charming guest appearances.

The previous source acknowledges that these include the likes of Terry Crews, Danny Trejo, Gabby Douglas, Christopher Meloni, Richard Kind, Janeane Garofalo, Matt Berninger, Jason Mraz, Norah Jones and more.

When are more Helpsters episodes coming to Apple TV+?

Season 1 was released in two parts, with the first set of episodes released in November 2019 and the second set of episodes released in April 2020.

On Friday, October 16th 2020, Apple TV+ unveiled seven episodes of season 2.

So, it would be wise to suggest that another bunch are on the way to be released in the same vein as season 1.

Fans can perhaps expect more episodes around March 2020.

A release date for a third season is trickier to predict, but late 2021 or early 2022 is likely if concrete renewal is confirmed by Apple TV+.

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