The third season of the Apple TV+ hit animated show Central Park premieres Friday, September 9, with the first episode available to stream on Apple TV+ at 3 a.m. ET (12 a.m. Pacific). From the creator of Bob’s Burgers comes this animated musical comedy about the lives of a family living in Central Park and their quest to save it from a greedy land developer Bitsy. Owen Tillerman is the park manager, who lives for two things: his family and the Park. His wife, intrepid journalist Paige, and kids Molly and Cole, have active creative lives in the Big Apple, and frequently join Owen in his quests to support and save the park.
The story is narrated by Birdie (Josh Gad), a busker in the park. Gad co-created the show. It also stars a bevy of vocal talents, including Hamilton’s Leslie Odom Jr. (Owen) and Daveed Diggs (as Bitsy’s right-hand Helen), Tituss Burgess (Cole), Emmy Raver-Lampman (Molly seasons 2 and 3), Kathryn Hahn (Paige), and Stanley Tucci (Bitsy). Read on to learn more about how to watch.
- When Does Season 3 of Central Park Premiere: Central Park season 3 premieres on Friday, September 9, with new episodes every Friday
- How Many Episodes are in Season 3: Season 3 of Central Park will have 13 episodes
- Where Can You Watch Central Park: Central Park is exclusively available on Apple TV+ (1-week-free-trial). Through the streaming service, you can watch new episodes of season 3 as they are made available every Friday, and you can watch all episodes of Seasons 1 and 2.
Where You Can Watch Central Park
All episodes of Central Park are exclusively available on the Apple TV+ streaming service. (Apple TV Plus shouldn’t be confused with the Apple TV streaming device.) The service costs $9.99 per month after a 7-day free trial. There is no long-term commitment, and you can cancel at any time. You may be worried if you don’t have an Apple device, but fear not. The Apple TV+ app is supported on Apple TV, Roku, Amazon Fire TV, iPhone, iPad, Mac, and iPod Touch, Samsung Smart TVs, LG Smart TVs, VIZIO Smart TVs, Sony Smart TVs, and more. For more information on this streaming service, check out our review of Apple TV+.