The CBS All Access series “No Activity” is coming back for another season. CBS confirmed today that the service renewed the original comedy series for a third season, but we will have to wait a little longer to get a premiere date for the new episodes.
“We are so excited to welcome back our favorite cops for a third season of No Activity,” said Julie McNamara, Executive Vice President, Original Content for CBS All Access. “Trent O’Donnell and Patrick Brammall, along with Funny Or Die and Gary Sanchez Productions, just keep outdoing themselves. No Activity is a master class in proving that while our characters may be bored, they are never boring.”
“No Activity” celebrates the mundane in what should be a high-stakes operation. The show’s second season found SDPD detectives Cullen and Tolbeck back in car 27, as they stake out the seedy underbelly of a cockfighting ring, while the SDPD is hit with a corruption scandal.
The second season of the show starred Patrick Brammall and Tim Meadows and included guest stars Jessica Alba, Allison Bell, Harriet Dyer, Chris Gethard, Max Greenfield, Jake Johnson, Joe Manganiello, Sunita Mani, Jason Mantzoukas, Cristin Milioti, Nasim Pedrad, Amy Sedaris and J.K. Simmons.
If you haven’t watched the series yet, the first two seasons of “No Activity” are currently available to stream on CBS All Access. The series is produced by CBS Television Studios in association with Funny Or Die, Jungle and Gary Sanchez Productions, and is based on the Stan original series produced by Jungle. As in previous seasons, Trent O’Donnell will direct all episodes.
“No Activity” joins “The Good Fight” on the service, another show that is coming back for a third season. Fans of “The Good Fight” can set a reminder to catch the premiere of Season 3 on March 14th. The show “Strange Angel” is returning for a second season this summer, and “Tell Me A Story” is also found on the video-streaming platform.
CBS All Access is also launching the big “Twilight Zone” reboot on April 1, and the new series “Why Women Kill.” The other series to look for is “Interrogation” and the limited series “The Stand.”
“Star Trek: Discovery” helped launch the streaming service, and will launch “Star Trek: Lower Decks,” and a new untitled “Star Trek” series featuring Sir Patrick Stewart reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard.