Atypical has some more stories left to tell at Netflix.
The streaming giant announced Wednesday that Atypical has landed a third season renewal.
Plot details are scarce, but we do know that the order is for ten episodes.
Atypical Season 2 launched in September and focused on the Gardner family as they attempted to pick up the pieces following everyone learning about Elsa's infidelity.
Doug was struggling to assess whether his marriage was worth saving or if he was better off trying to raise his children without Elsa under the same roof as them.
Sam was desperately trying to prepare for life after school, and that took him on an engaging adventure of self-discovery.
But Casey found herself attending an elite private school in which she was forced to adapt to a whole new way of living because she needed to find herself a whole new group of friends.
In addition, she found herself questioning her sexuality when she got closer than she wanted to with one of the girls from her new school, putting her relationship with Evan in jeopardy.
The second season starred Keir Gilchrist (United States of Tara), Jennifer Jason Leigh (The Hateful Eight), Michael Rapaport (Justified), Brigette Lundy-Paine (Margot vs. Lily), Amy Okuda (How to Get Away with Murder), Raul Castillo (Looking, Seven Seconds), Nik Dodani (Alex Strangelove), Graham Rogers (Ray Donovan, The Kominsky Method), Fivel Stewart (Hansel & Gretel: Warriors of Witchcraft), Jenna Boyd (The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants) and Casey Wilson (Happy Endings, Gone Girl).
It's still unclear at this stage which of the above stars will be back for the new episodes, but casting details will likely be revealed when the new season goes into production.
Netflix has been making some big decisions regarding its programming of late, so the future for Atypical beyond Season 2 was uncertain.
The streaming giant recently axed Marvel's Iron Fist, Marvel's Luke Cage and even Orange is the New Black.
It's good to know there will be more episodes.
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