Season 3 of 'Ramy' has set a release date for Fall 2017

Season 3 of 'Ramy' has set a release date for Fall 2017 ...

Ramy Youseff is best known for his work on Hulu's hit show Ramy, a comedy drama series about a first-generation American Muslim. The first two seasons were screened to great fan support, and a release date for the third season have now been announced.

According to Hulu, Season 3 of Ramy will premiere on September 30 with a 10-episode run. The Hassan family, Egyptian immigrants who have settled in New Jersey, will continue to follow them as they adjust to life in the United States. In particular, Season 3 will focus on Ramy's family moving on after he decides to leave his spirituality and pursue his uncle's diamond business.

Youseff plays Ramy Hassan in the popular show. Along the way, he is joined by a long list of relatives and acquaintances, including his uncle Naseem (Laith Nakli), his father Farouk (Amr Waked), his sister Dena (May Calamawy) and his brothers Mo (Mohammed Amer) and Ahmed (Dave Merheje). This year, model Bella Hadid announced her acting debut in an unspecified role in

Ramy's second season was released in May 2020, and fans have long waited for the next installment. The program was first created by Youseff as a way to portray Muslim Americans in a more positive light than is often seen in western media. Jerrod Carmichael, an Emmy-nominated comedian, also plays the director and writer.

Youseff is currently working on a number of projects, including Mo, a comedy about a Palestinian refugee coping with a culture conflict in the United States. The program, which will premiere on Netflix on August 24, is also developing an untitled animated series for Prime Video, although it does not have a release date.

Season 3 of Ramy's trailer has not yet been released, but Hulu's full season recap may be seen here:

Ramy Hassan (Youssef) and his family face challenges as they navigate the world around them in their politically divided New Jersey neighborhood. In the third season, the family is forced to confront their belief that life is a moral test, rather than abandoning his spiritual journey.

Ramy Hassan (Youssef) and his family navigate the waters of their politically divided New Jersey neighborhood as they encounter the challenges of living in a religious community that believes life is a moral test and in some cases, lies. In the third season, Ramy almost abandons his spiritual journey, instead dedicating himself to him and his uncle's diamond business.