Production on Season 3 of the hit CTV original comedy series JANN is now underway in Calgary. Canadian singer, songwriter, broadcaster, and author Jann Arden returns as a fictionalized version of herself in a season that will consist of eight half-hour episodes.
Joining the cast of JANN in leading roles this season are Canadian actors Tenaj Williams (Big Sky, Wynonna Earp) and Charlie Kerr (Supernatural, The Magicians). Williams stars as Trey, Jann’s (Jann Arden) personal assistant; while Kerr plays Nate, who finds himself in a love triangle with Jann and her ex-girlfriend Cynthia (Sharon Taylor).
Confirmed to guest star on the series’ third season is GRAMMY® Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Michael Bublé as himself.
Season 3 of JANN is a period of new beginnings as Jann takes her life, career, and relationships into her own hands. She hires a personal assistant, commits to making a new album from the heart, and, after her girlfriend refused her marriage proposal, starts dating someone new… a younger man.
“I’m very excited and relieved to be going forward with Season 3 of JANN in light of all the strange things happening in the world,” said Arden. “It feels like a little ray of sunshine to be back with my TV family working on JANN. We are all very excited about what the future holds for all these characters this season.”
Returning cast starring alongside Arden are Zoie Palmer (Pure, Spiral) as Jann’s sister Max; Deborah Grover (My Next Door Nightmare, The Surrealtor, Goodwitch) as Jann’s mom Nora; Patrick Gilmore (Travelers; You, Me, Her) as Jann’s brother-in-law Dave; Elena Juatco (Escape the Field, Schitt’s Creek) as Jann’s fired manager Cale; Jason Blicker (UMBRELLA ACADEMY, Finding Hannah) as Jann’s former manager Todd; Sharon Taylor (Big Sky, Bad Blood) as Jann’s ex-girlfriend Cynthia; Alexa Rose Steele (Friends Who Kill, Vicious Fun) as Jann’s eldest niece Charley; Ceilidh MacDonald as Jann’s niece Sam; and Keaira Pliva as Jann’s niece Frankie.
Seasons 1 and 2 of JANN are currently available for streaming on CTV.ca, the CTV app, and Crave, and in the United States on Hulu.
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