The Ultimatum is one of Netflix’s most daring dating shows. The previous three seasons, Marry or Move On and Queer Love, showcased what happens when a couple isn’t able to decide on one path for their future. For some couples, the show made them grow closer, but for others, it led to a permanent split. It’s chaotic, dramatic, and fascinating to binge in 10 episodes. Because of this, after the recent season that just aired, fans are wondering about what’s next.
Just like the seasons before it, The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On Season 3 will showcase five couples that are trying to decide if they want to take the next step in their relationship or break up. To make that choice, each couple has a temporary breakup, and they then couple up with someone else on the show. After living with their new partner, they’ll then get back with their original partner before making a final decision to stick with their old relationship, get into a new relationship, or remain single.
And a note for anyone who may be confused: while it may seem like this season should be titled Season 4, Netflix is keeping Marry or Move On and Queer Love as separate subtitles under The Ultimatum umbrella.
Here’s what you need to know about The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On season 3.
Will there be a Season 3 of The Ultimatum?
Netflix has yet to renew The Ultimatum, but we’re hopeful the show will return. Considering how popular the show is, along with Love Is Blind, there’s little doubt The Ultimatum will come back for Season 3.
When will The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On Season 3 premiere?
It’s unknown when the next season will premiere, but we can expect it sometime in mid-2024.
Who’s in the cast of The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On season 3?
The cast of The Ultimatum: Marry or Move On Season 2 featured couples from North and South Carolina, while Queer Love followed duos from San Diego, so we can expect Season 3 to venture to a new location. For now, we don’t have news on where that’ll be.
Temi Adebowale was previously an Editorial Assistant at Men’s Health, covering shows like Survivor, Peaky Blinders, and Tiger King. Prior to her entertainment work at MH, she was Newsroom Fellow, writing news stories across Hearst Digital Media’s brands. Temi likes Rihanna, the StairMaster, and tacos.