Posted Tue Jul 19, 2016 at 09:15 AM PDT by Steven Cohen
Two new seasons have been announced for the streaming comedy series.
Amazon has greenlit two additional seasons for its comedy show, 'Catastrophe.' Season three is now set to premiere exclusively through Amazon Prime Video in the US in 2017, with season four expected to follow sometime in 2018.
"Few series have proven themselves as personal and compelling while deftly balancing comedy and drama," said
Written by and starring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan, 'Catastrophe,' produced by Avalon Television, with co-producers Birdbath Productions and Merman, is a comedy following an Irish woman and an American man who, after making a bloody mess as they struggled to fall in love in
"It used to be when you heard the word 'catastrophe' you thought of something terrible or destructive. Most people still do, but now some people might also think of our show. So that has to be a positive. We're very excited to have the opportunity to wreak more terrible destruction on the lives of Sharon and Rob," said
The series is executive produced by Richard Allen-Turner ('Workaholics'), Kara Baker ('Jen'), Delaney, Horgan, and Jon Thoday ('Last Week Tonight with John Oliver,' 'Workaholics'). Seasons one and two of 'Catastrophe' are currently available for streaming through Amazon Prime Video. A current Amazon Prime subscription costs $99 per year or $11 per month. Likewise, Prime Video is available as a standalone service for $8 per month.
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