'Bob Hearts Abishola' Season 3 : Release Date, spoilers, trailer for CBS sitcom

Unexpected sweethearts Bob and Abishola return for a brand new season filled with laughs, love and more drama


                            'Bob Hearts Abishola' Season 3 : Release Date, spoilers, trailer for CBS sitcom
Billy Gardell and Folake Olowofoyeku in a still from 'Bob Hearts Abishola' ( CBS)

CBS' much-loved television show ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’ is back for a third season and viewers are thrilled to watch this love story unfold. The sitcom television series which features the cute, developing love story of Bob, a successful businessman in Detroit, and Abishola, a Nigerian nurse, has gotten viewers giddy with the romance and chuckles.

As they say opposites attract, and so is the case with Bob and Abishola, who despite their differences are drawn to each other. The series which already has two seasons in its bag with a decent fan following is making its comeback with a third installment. Here's everything you need to know about Season 3 of ‘Bob Hearts Abishola’.

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Release Date

'Bob Hearts Abishola' Season 3 is set to release on Monday, September 20, 2021.

Where to watch

You can view 'Bob Hearts Abishola' Season 3 live on CBS every Monday at 8:30 pm ET. Alternatively you can also watch it on Paramount+ or stream it by renting or purchasing the series on Amazon Instant Video, iTunes, Google Play, and Vudu. 

Plot

Bob, a middle-aged compression sock businessman from Detroit, in a twist of events, falls for his cardiac nurse while recovering from a heart attack. He sets his sights on winning her love. Undaunted by Abishola's disinterest and the gigantic difference in their backgrounds — she is originally from Nigeria while he is the all-American man — Bob sets out to win Abishola's heart in this comedic examination of immigrant life in America. The endearingly funny sitcom addresses cultural differences while dabbling in racial stereotypes in a journey that follows the courtship of this unique couple.



 

Spoilers

The finale of Season 2 saw Bob and Abishola anticipating their big day. Bob who has his heart set on Dele being his best man, faces a challenge as Dele is in Nigeria with his father, Tayo, who is trying to prevent him from returning to the USA. As the couple tries to set a date for their wedding, they realize that the perfect date is only three weeks away. With this unexpected conclusion, Abishola suddenly has a lot on her plate as she navigates the wedding planning. Will marriage change their equation or will love blossom beautifully?

Cast

Billy Gardell

Billy Gardell (CBS)

 

Emmy Award-nominated actor and comedian Billy Gardell starred with Melissa McCarthy in the hit series 'Mike & Molly' as Officer Mike Biggs from 2010-2016. The series continues to air in syndication. Also, he had a recurring role as Herschel Sparks on 'Young Sheldon', and starred as Col. He plays the titular role of Bob.

Folake Olowofoyeku

Folake Olowofoyeku (CBS)

A native of Nigeria Olowofoyeku's feature film credits include 'When They Could Fly', which earned her a Best Actress award at the prestigious ReelHeART International Film Festival in Toronto, 'Central & Broadway', for which she won Best Actress in a Fashion Film at the CinéFashion Film Awards, 'Female Fight Club', 'The Bride', 'The Child Within', and 'Hellbenders-3D', amongst others. She plays the titular role of Abishola.

Christine Ebersole

Christine Ebersole (CBS)

Christine Ebersole has captivated audiences throughout her performing career, from the Broadway stage to television series and specials, films, concert appearances, and recordings winning numerous awards. Additionally, Ebersole recently made her operatic debut with the L.A. Opera in Candide. The actress plays the role of Dottie.

Matt Jones

Matt Jones(CBS)

Jones began acting in theater as a young teen. At 17, he started performing improv and sketch comedy all over Los Angeles. Most recently Most recently, he was the lead in the comedy series 'Let's Get Physical' for Pop TV. Previously, he was a series regular as Baxter on 'Mom'. His other television credits include the role of Badger in 'Breaking Bad' and recurring roles on 'NCIS', 'How I Met Your Mother', and 'Community'. The actor plays the role of Douglas.

Maribeth Monroe

Maribeth Monroe(CBS)

Maribeth Monroe has appeared in several award-winning and critically acclaimed comedies in recent years, including 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend', 'The Good Place', and 'The Big Bang Theory'. She is perhaps best known for her role as Alice Murphy on Comedy Central's 'Workaholics.' Monroe plays the role of Christina.

Vernee Watson

Vernee Watson(CBS)

Vernee Watson began her career over 50 years ago in a Harlem-based theater group in New York, where she grew up. After appearing in over 200 commercials, she headed to Los Angeles where her numerous television credits began with 'Welcome Back Kotter', 'Carter Country', 'The Love Boat', 'L.A. Law' and more.She has also taught acting to young people for over 30 years now. She potrays the role of Gloria.

Shola Adewusi

Shola Adewusi(CBS)

 

British actress, singer and writer Shola Adewusi first studied law at De Montfort University, London, before training as an actress at the Academy Drama School in London. Her film credits include 'Christopher Robin', 'Paddington 2',' Mirette on a High Wire', 'Miss You Already', 'Quartet', and 'The Riot Club' amongst others. She plays the role of Auntie Olu.

Barry Shabaka Henley 

Barry Shabaka Henley(CBS)

Veteran actor Barry Shabaka Henley has a rich history of acting in many high-profile films, television shows and theater productions. Most recently, he appeared in the Oscar-nominated film 'A Star Is Born' with Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. He plays the role of Uncle Tunde.

Travis Wolfe Jr

Travis Wolfe Jr(CBS)

 

Thirteen-year-old Travis Wolfe, Jr. has been a hip-hop break-dancer since he was 6. In the last five years, he has appeared in the series 'The Neighborhood', 'Grown-ish', 'Laff Mob's Laff Tracks', and 'Raven's Home'. He also danced in the feature film 'The Book of Henry' and in the opener of the 2015 NBA All-Star game. Wolfe potrays the role of Dele.

 

Gina Yashere 

Gina Yashere (CBS)

Gina Yashere is a comedian and actress who was born and raised in Bethnal Green, London to Nigerian parents. Yashere broke onto the American comedy scene as one of 10 finalists on Last Comic Standing in 2007 and went on to be named one of the Top 10 Rising Talents. The actress plays the role of Kemi.

Bayo Akinfemi

Bayo Akinfemi(CBS)

Bayo Akinfemi is a two-time Best Actor GEMINI nominee for 'Human Cargo' and 'The Border'. His other television credits include Marvel's 'Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D'., 'Survivor’s Remorse', 'Newsreaders', 'Criminal Minds' and more. Akinfemi plays the role of Goodwin.

Tony Okungbowa

Tony Okungbowa(CBS)

For Tony (a.k.a. Anthony) Okungbowa, D.J., actor and producer are among the many hats he wears. He was the resident D.J. on 'The Ellen Degeneres Show' for 10 seasons and also starred in various Sundance Film Festival films, including 'Mother of George' and 'Restless City'. He potrays Kofo.

Creators

The American sitcom television series is created by Chuck Lorre, Eddie Gorodetsky, Al Higgins, and Gina Yashere with them serving as the executive directors as well.

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