By Ariana Bacle
Updated July 07, 2017 at 02:59 PM EDT
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The Catastrophe continues April 28, when the half-hour series — created by and starring Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan — returns for its third season.

Delaney and Horgan announced the U.S. release date Wednesday in a clip that features the two shooting the s— about who gets ready faster ("Spit on my hand, jerk off, and then get ready — really lickety-split," Delaney jokes), who has the bigger potty mouth ("We're both vile," Horgan admits), and who has the weirder hobby (Horgan, who supports a sanctuary for retired circus donkeys).

Season 2 of Catastrophe ended with Sharon (Horgan) realizing she slept with someone else in a drunken stupor… right after she and Rob (Delaney) reconciled after some time apart. Oh, and then she bought Plan B and forgot to throw away the receipt, which Rob finds. Catastrophe indeed.

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Watch the teaser above. Catastrophe debuts on the U.K.'s Channel 4 Feb. 28 and Amazon Prime in the U.S. April 28.

Episode Recaps


An American named Rob and an Irish teacher named Sharon have a casual fling while on business, but things go awry when Sharon learns she is pregnant.
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