The hit digital drama series “After Forever” will start shooting its third and final season on September 24th in New York City.
It was the winner of six Daytime Emmy Awards, including the prestigious “Outstanding Digital Drama Series.”
Season 3 picks up one month after the end of Season 2. Brian (Kevin Spirtas) is angry and frustrated over his recent break-up and his inability to “move on” from mourning his late husband Jason (Mitchell Anderson).
With his personal and professional life in turmoil, friends urge him to seek help from Dr. Meyers (Linda Purl). But as the past and present get filtered through the counseling sessions, explosive insights and frayed relationships make Brian doubt himself even more—as he grapples with how to handle his own desires and fears.
Revelations about Jason’s past affair with a young writer (Christopher J. Hanke) and Brian’s present-day temptations threaten Brian’s feelings about the man he considered the love of his life. And a chorus of well-meaning friends and family, led by the late Jason’s best friend Lisa (Tony winner and Emmy nominee Cady Huffman) and his parents (Emmy-nominated actors Anita Gillette and Lenny Wolpe) further complicate Brian’s attempts to build a new life. And just how “well-meaning” are the people in Brian’s circle?
Also returning this season are Emmy winner Erin Cherry, David Dean Bottrell, Finn Douglas, Wyatt Fenner, Peter Kim, Robert Emmet Lunney, Mike McGowan, Jonathan Rayson, and Jamison Stern.
With six wins, “After Forever” is the most Emmy-awarded LGBTQIA-themed drama series on any platform in history. The new “After Forever” episodes will drop during the 2022 Christmas season.
Season 3 of “After Forever” is executive produced by co-creator Kevin Spirtas, written by the late Michael Slade and Spirtas. It is produced by Emmy winner Allison Vanore and directed by Emmy and D.G.A. Award winner Jennifer Pepperman.
To learn more about “After Forever,” visit its official website.