How to watch Mythic Quest season 3 online and stream Apple TV Plus comedy from anywhere

While Severance may have gotten all the applause this year, another Apple TV Plus show is back this fall to reclaim its crown as the platform’s best workplace comedy, with the return of Mythic Quest. Here are all the details on how to watch Mythic Quest Season 3 online wherever you are.

Now in its third season, the show follows a group of developers working on Mythic Quest, the world’s largest online role-playing video game. But while the team is tasked with building new worlds and creating heroes, the staff focuses more on the dynamics of their office.

Created by Charlie Day, Megan Ganz and Rob McElhenney, the new season follows the aftermath of last season which saw the team effectively broken up, with Ian (McElhenney) and Poppy (Charlotte Nicdao) now at new GrimPop Studios.

Meanwhile, the remaining Mythic Quest staff get acquainted with David (David Hornsby) as their new boss with Jo (Jessie Ennis) returning as their loyal assistant. Outside of the office, former head of monetization Brad (Danny Pudi) tries to navigate life as a criminal in prison.

Abandonment of the first two episodes of the new series on Friday November 11the new series is available as part of Apple TV Plus’ 7 day free trial (opens in a new tab) for new customers. Find out how to watch Mythic Quest Season 3 in your area below.

How to Watch Mythic Quest Season 3 Worldwide

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