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Gamers rejoice! Mythic Quest season 3 premieres Nov. 11

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Rob McElhenney and Charlotte Nicdao in “Mythic Quest” season three, premiering fall 2022 on Apple TV+.
Rob McElhenney and Charlotte Nicdao return for season three of the gamer-oriented comedy.
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Gamer-themed workplace comedy Mythic Quest returns to Apple TV+ on November 11. That’s the date the third season of the hilarious show premieres, Apple said Thursday.

Apple’s streaming video service also announced the launch dates for new seasons of Slow Horses and Little America.

Everything changes in Mythic Quest season 3. Or nothing.

Mythic Quest follows a group of game developers who build worlds, mold heroes and create legends. But their hardest-fought battles don’t take place in the game. They happen in the office.

In season three, Ian (played by Rob McElhenney) and Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao), have [SPOILERS] left the gaming company and now must navigate the wider gaming world and their partnership at the newly formed GrimPop Studios.

The wait for new episodes won’t be long. The next season is only six weeks away.

And this won’t be the last season of Mythic Quest: Apple TV+ already committed to a fourth season. Sadly, neither upcoming season will include F. Murray Abraham, who left the show for undisclosed reasons.

The first two seasons of Mythic Quest are available now on Apple’s streaming service.

New seasons of Slow Horses and Little America are also on the way

Mythic Quest isn’t the only series about to return to Apple TV+. The streaming service also announced that season 2 of Slow Horses premieres on December 2. This darkly comedic espionage thriller pleased critics and audiences alike with its freshman season.

Plus, critically acclaimed anthology series Little America returns to Apple TV+ on December 9 for its second season.

But still, nothing has been said about a premiere date for Ted Lasso season 3. Nothing.

All of these shows can be watched with a $4.99-per-month subscription to Apple’s streaming service.

David Snow contributed to this article.