Wrecked season 3: Tune in to see the latest episodes of the fearless survivors on TBS' disaster island comedy

This season shows the gang shipwrecked on a mysterious billionaire's private island where they’re forced to hunt each other to the death in a basic-cable battle royale.


                            Wrecked season 3: Tune in to see the latest episodes of the fearless survivors on TBS' disaster island comedy

For some reason, the whole deserted island concept in the form of a comedy doesn't really sound like two things that would go side by side, but TBS' 'Wrecked' would beg to differ. With their third season, the show portrays the gang amidst the tragedy of finding themselves shipwrecked on a mysterious billionaire's private island where they’re forced to hunt each other to the death in a basic-cable battle royale.

The deserted-island comedy stars Ally Maki, Asif Ali, Brian Sacca, Brooke Dillman, Jessica Lowe, Rhys Darby, Will Greenberg and Zach Cregger, along with guest stars Rob Corddry, Eugene Cordero, Jonno Roberts, Karan Soni, Rachel House, Robert Baker and Will Hines. Wrecked is executive-produced by Justin Shipley, Jordan Shipley, and Jesse Hara.



It premiered earlier this month, on August 7, and now has its recent sixth and seventh episodes available for streaming. While this seemingly parodic take on the very popular TV show 'Lost' seems to have established quite the fan following already, it's surprising how after the second season, the possibility of a third one seemed bleak.

In its significant three-year run, Wrecked has also been able to establish itself as a groundbreaking series in terms of how the characters are actively breaking stereotypes. While the original show, 'Lost', did showcase a diverse cast, 'Wrecked' takes it a notch higher - much in sync with the current scenario of a much wider representation on TV. In addition to a diverse cast, it shows characters doing things that haven't been the norm on TV.


Like cast member Ally Maki had shared with Tell Tale TV, "I almost didn’t go on the audition, because I kind of just figured the industry wasn’t there yet in terms of hiring an Asian American girl for this role." But Maki's character Jess is nothing like the stereotypical characters of her ethnicity. She's a badass who also devotes equal amount of time into contemplating her relationship.

Tune in to TBS on Tuesdays at 10:00pm ET/PT to find out more about these strikingly unique characters navigating their way through their shipwrecked lives!