The critically acclaimed comedy kind of will continue for another season.
HBO Max and Canada’s CBC have renewed the Peabody Award-winning series for a third season. The show, which wrapped up its second season on CBC on December 6, has finished its season on HBO Max in the US and debuted a few weeks after its premiere in Canada.
“It was a creative and rewarding pleasure to delve into the chaotic lives of these characters in season two,” co-creator and star Bilal Baig said in a statement. “I very much look forward to continuing and expanding Chaos with [co-creator] Fab [Filippo], our talented writers, the generous team at Sphere Media, CBC and HBO Max, and our amazing cast and crew.”
Sort Of follows the life of Sabi (Baig), a gender fluid millennial who is in every way their transforming lives. Growing up stories reveal that the labels we once put on ourselves no longer apply — to anyone.
“Baig and Filippo, along with our partners at CBC and Sienna Films, Sarah Aubrey, Head of Original Content for HBO Max, said: The journey of their family, 7ven and the Kaneko-Bauers. “
CBC’s Sally Catto said, “Sort Of has found its way into the minds of viewers and critics across Canada, America and the world by embracing universal themes that we can all relate to, no matter who we love or how we identify ourselves. We are excited to continue our partnership with Bilal, Fab, HBO Max and Sphere Media and continue to share Sabi’s story with audiences around the world. “
Baig and Filippo are executive producers of kind of like and Jennifer Kawaja of Sphere Media. The show is produced by CBC and Sphere Co-produced by Media, with participation from the Canadian Media Foundation.