Season three was also shot in metro Atlanta (but set in California) last year. It is finished and ready to go.
With no new production for the past two-plus months, the pool of original scripted shows will soon start drying up. Deadline says there’s major interest from the likes of Hulu and Netflix in part because this show already has a sizable following.
YouTube launched its subscription service in 2015 and invested in some scripted shows but by 2018 decided to focus more on reality programming while changing its name from YouTube Red to YouTube Premium.
According to Deadline, YouTube cleared the third season but did not commit to a fourth. Sony is hoping any new streaming service home will be willing to go beyond season three.