Netflix has renewed the Golden Globe-winning series “The Kominsky Method” for a third and final season. The comedy series, stars Michael Douglas—also a Globe winner–and Alan Arkin as actor/acting coach Sandy Kominsky and his agent and best friend Norman Newlander, plus a supporting cast full of MOTs, including Paul Reiser, Lisa Edelstein and Jane Seymour.
“’The Kominsky Method’ has been a true passion project for me and it’s been an incredible experience to see the warm response from both audiences and critics. I’m excited to wrap up the story with this final chapter,” creator Chuck Lorre said in a statement.
Season 2 involved a health crisis for Sandy and dealing with his daughter’s much-older boyfriend (Reiser), while Norman rekindled his romance with an old flame (Seymour). No information was given on the plot of the third season, or when it would begin shooting, as it’s contingent on COVID-19.
Douglas is willing to be patient. “It’s all going to be OK, whenever it’s going to be,” he told Deadline. “I’m just blessed and fortunate to be working with good material. This is where I like being old enough to appreciate it.”