It's almost time to return to the wonderful world of Atypical.
Netflix today released the trailer for the highly anticipated third season of the series, and it looks just as good as the seasons that came before it.
Sam is leaving high school behind and going to college. If the trailer is to be believed, then it looks like he's going to struggle in this new environment.
But if there's one thing we know about Sam, it's that he can't resist a challenge. That's why he decides that moving into a dorm is the best move for him.
College also brings some new characters into the mix. Sara Gilbert (The Conners) will play Sam's new ethics professor, while Eric McCormack (Will & Grace) will appear as an art professor.
Oh, and Paige and Sam are still together, so there's that.
The trailer also touches on Elsa's desperate attempts to get back in good standing with her family following the news breaking that she cheated.
Doug is understandably conflicted because he's worried that the love in their marriage is gone, and wonders whether he should call it quits.
That's not what Elsa wants to hear, and instead of being supportive, she tells him that she won't be waiting around forever.
That only further confuses Doug, who feels like everything is being put on him, even though he was not the one who cheated.
Then there's Casey, who is still struggling to come to terms with her feelings for her new friend at the prep school. Will she choose Evan or this new girl in her life?
There's a lot of drama, so you should watch the trailer below and hit the comments with your thoughts on it!
Atypical returns Friday, November 1.
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