'The Circle' Season 3: Air time, how to live stream, date, cast, trailer and all you need to know about Netflix show
Deleesa won Season 2 of the widely popular Netflix reality series and now Season 3 is here
'The Circle' is easily one of the more interesting reality shows Netflix has hosted lately. Apart from the drama, the anonymity aspect of it makes the show all the more intriguing. Every step of the way, there's a mystery about to unfold, which makes it one of the best binge-worthy content in recent times.
Therefore, it wasn't a surprise when the OTT platform decided to green-light Season 3.
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Seasons one and two were released in January 2020 and April 2021, respectively. The upcoming one should be out sometime next year during the first quarter. Again, it all depends on how the Covid-19 situation pans out.
How to live stream
The first two seasons are available for streaming on Netflix.
Previously, we reported all about what to expect from the show. The format is ahead of its time. It encourages sitting out of homes, limiting any kind of movement, and keeping interactions to a bare minimum, via an app as and when needed.
'The Circle' follows the lives of a group of strangers who are cooped up in plush apartments from where they connect, have fun, stir up conversations via a speech-to-text social media platform, and catfish — all of this to win the impressive $100,000 cash prize.
But the road to finish is not easy. Each of them has to pull stunts and devise strategies in a way that will put him or her on top of the table by the end of each week. After every voting session, there are influencers, who are the most voted contestants, and one who is blocked from playing further. Interestingly, those eliminated have a choice — they can either meet one person or they can choose to leave the building quietly.
If you think you are someone you have what it takes to be a 'Circle' champ then apply here. Entries close on October 2, 2021.
Executive producer Tim Harcourt was pumped ahead of the Season 2 premiere. In a chat with Variety, he revealed what was most enjoyable about the format of the show was how comedic it often gets. "What I love about the format is the comedy it can give you — and the comedy comes from people saying one thing publicly and another privately. I’m a really big fan of stuff that is comedic first and dramatic second,” he added.
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