Meanwhile, Rob Delaney and Sharon Horgan's characters have problems of their own

By Christian Holub
April 06, 2017 at 12:56 PM EDT
Carrie Fisher in Catastrophe Season 3
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After Carrie Fisher died last year, her TV son, Rob Delaney, penned a heartfelt essay for The Guardian about working with the Hollywood legend on his Amazon sitcom Catastrophe. As Delaney wrote at the time, “We just finished shooting last week and Carrie’s scenes haven’t been seen by anyone yet. Except for me and Sharon [Horgan] that is, and our director, producer, and editor. We’ve seen them and they’re amazing.”

Sure enough, the new trailer for season 3 of Catastrophe does feature Fisher. She appears only briefly in the video, but Delaney wrote in his piece that she actually has more scenes this season than in the previous two. The main focus of the trailer is new tensions between Delaney’s character and Horgan’s, due to new problems with their careers, marriage, and, as a flustered Horgan offers at one point, “Brexit, your new president.”

Watch the trailer below. Season 3 of Catastrophe hits Amazon Video April 28.


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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