Bouchard, Gad, and Smith are the show’s writers and executive producers. Steven Davis and Kelvin Yu serve as showrunners and executive producers. Central Park is produced for Apple by 20th Television Animation, a part of Disney Television Studios.
Since its global debut, the series’ stars, Odom Jr., Burgess, and Tucci have been recognized with Emmy Award nominations and an NAACP Image Award nomination in the Outstanding Animated Series category. The first two seasons are currently streaming on Apple TV+.
The new season picks up with Bitsy and her continued relentless pursuit to buy the park, while Owen embarks on a new promotional campaign to make more people fall in love with it, and Paige finds herself busier than ever when she lands her first book deal.
Apple TV+’s hit animated comedy musical, Central Park, returns with a new 13-episode season premiering globally Friday, September 9. The series, from creators, writers, and executive producers Loren Bouchard, Josh Gad, and Nora Smith, kicks off its 13-episode Season 3 with three episodes; new episodes will roll out weekly every Friday through November 18.
The show’s voice cast includes Gad; Tituss Burgess; Daveed Diggs; Kathryn Hahn; Leslie Odom Jr.; Emmy Raver-Lampman; Stanley Tucci; and Kristen Bell, who takes on the new role of Abby, Paige’s (Hahn) little sister. Guest stars this season include The Afterparty’s Sam Richardson, Ike Barinholtz, Ben Schwartz, and Zoë Chao; Loot’s Ron Funches; Hello, Jack’s Jack McBrayer; as well as Amber Ruffin; Yvette Nicole Brown; Craig Robinson; Tim Meadows; and David Alan Grier.

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