Bee and PuppyCat Season 3: Release Date, Cast, Plot, and Everything You Need to Know

Bee and PuppyCat, two cartoon classics, are now available on Netflix! Seasons one and two are now available to view online in case you haven’t seen them before. The original 10-episode first season and “Lazy in Space” (the second season) were both remade for Netflix, totaling 16 episodes. Is season three of Bee and PuppyCat in the works? The program has not been renewed or canceled by Netflix as of yet.

The program had an existing existence before it was revived by Netflix, so it’s a little perplexing. However, the first three episodes available on Netflix are essentially reprises of the pilot and the first season. Bee and PuppyCat: Lazy in Space is the second season that contains the remaining episodes.

Now that we’ve broken down the 16-episode season, let’s talk about what the program may accomplish next.

Bee and PuppyCat Season 3 Renewal Status

There has been no official word yet on the arrival of more Bee and PuppyCats, therefore the answer is no. Season three is being considered by fans, however, production on new episodes has probably stalled due to the 2023 industry strikes.

Bee and PuppyCat Season 3 Release Date

We have already said that the show’s third season has not been confirmed, thus we have not received the release dates. Having said that, we have already said that the show’s success greatly increases the likelihood that a third season will be forthcoming.

The show’s first season premiered in 2013 and ran for a total of ten episodes until ending in 2016. Just like the first season, the second season is issued in a fairly dispersed fashion, as previously mentioned.

We eventually got the remaining episodes of the second season in 2022, following a long hiatus that began with the release of the first episode in 2016. Season three of the program probably won’t be available until 2026 or 2027, even if its creators announce it in 2023. That’s just how long the production process typically takes. But we’re going to have to wait a while longer for more developments.

Bee and PuppyCat Story

Bee, a lively and quirky young lady in her early twenties, has a history of being let go from low-paying, menial employment. An enigmatic being named PuppyCat plummets from the skies as she returns home after a job interview that didn’t go as planned. Upon seeing that Bee is destitute and jobless, PuppyCat decides to take him in.

In another reality, they are offered a job by TempBot, a massive, sentient TV screen. Bee discovers that she is talented at her temporary job and that it pays well enough that she ignores the risks because of her skill.

The history of PuppyCat is a major storyline point in the show. He turns out to be a space bandit whose love for a space princess resulted in a curse. A gang of warlocks, intent on capturing him no matter where he travels, have cursed him into his present form.

The plot also includes Bee’s transformation into a robot, her interactions with the Wizard family, namely their youngest son Deckard, a skilled chef who develops feelings for her and goes to culinary school when she insists, and Bee’s young, inquisitive landlord, Cardamon, who is juggling the care of his comatose mother Violet with his job responsibilities.

Puppycat and Violet’s spacecraft, which is ultimately repaired when the party departs Earth in the second season finale, is revealed to be the island on which the tale takes place. The Warlocks assault their world, however.

Bee and PuppyCat Cast

  • Bee Voiced by: Allyn Rachel
  • PuppyCat Voiced by: Oliver
  • Deckard Wizard Voiced by: Kent Osborne
  • Cas Wizard Voiced by: Ashly Burch
  • Cardamon Voiced by: Alexander James Rodriguez
  • Toast Voiced by: Terri Hawkes
  • Crispin Wizard Voiced by: Tom Sandoval
  • Howell Wizard Voiced by: Kumail Nanjiani
  • Wesley Wizard Voiced by: Arin Hanson): The second oldest of Cas and Deckard’s siblings who’s an avid fisherman.
  • Merlin Wizard Voiced by: Doug Smith
  • Tim Wizard Voiced by: Freddie Wong
  • Bird Voiced by: Shannon McCormick
  • Warlocks Voiced by: Natalie Wynn, Stephen Root, Eric Bauza, and Efrain Farias
  • Moully Voiced by: Liam J. MacKay
  • Doublemouth Voiced by: Donna Jay Fulks
  • Pretty Patrick Voiced by: Patrick Seery
  • Narb Voiced by: Marc Mercado

Bee and PuppyCat Season 3 Plot

While maintaining its comedic and optimistic tone, the third installment of the franchise will go on with the show’s development of characters by focusing on Bee’s growth and maturity.

The show will have new characters and innovative plot points that combine elements of science fiction and fantasy to provide mind-bending entertainment. Season 3 will take a fresh and humorous approach to exploring themes like friendship, coming of age, and self-discovery.

Bee and PuppyCat Season 3 Trailer

Season 3’s trailer has yet to be released, however, fans can watch the trailers for seasons 1 and 2 on YouTube.

Where to watch Bee and PuppyCat?

Seasons one and two may be found on Netflix. Anyone with a Funimation membership may see every episode of this series, both past and future.


This animated series, known for its unique combination of comedy, science fiction, fantasy, and slice-of-life elements, will soon be returning for a third season. With the first two seasons available on Netflix, gauging the program’s success could take some time. Fans are eagerly awaiting future seasons, hoping for more fun and uplifting experiences as they delve into intricate mythology and character development.

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