Coroner Season 3 premiere date, cast, trailer, synopsis, and more

Coroner -- "Black Dog" -- Image Number: COR101_0078r.jpg -- Pictured: Serinda Swan as Dr. Jenny Cooper -- Photo: © 2020 Muse Entertainment Enterprises, Inc.
Coroner -- "Black Dog" -- Image Number: COR101_0078r.jpg -- Pictured: Serinda Swan as Dr. Jenny Cooper -- Photo: © 2020 Muse Entertainment Enterprises, Inc. /

Everything we know about the Coroner Season 3 premiere date and more so far

Coroner Season 3 is happening, not just in Canada but it’s coming to the U.S. too. Get ready for the new season.

We now have a premiere date for the series in Canada. There isn’t a premiere date in the U.S. just yet, but this early premiere date offers a lot of hope for The CW sticking to a summer schedule for the acquisition.

Let’s take a look at everything we know so far. This post will be updated as we get more information.

Coroner Season 3 premiere date

CBC has released the premiere date for the upcoming season. Get your PVRs set for Wednesday, Feb. 3, 2021.

This is a month later than the first two seasons premiered, but it’s nothing to worry about. There was a delay with filming due to the pandemic, but it looks like not too much was pushed back.

There are 10 episodes to the season rather than the eight that the first two seasons had.

Coroner Season 3 premiere date on The CW

The CW hasn’t decided on a premiere date for Coroner Season 3 just yet. That’s not all too surprising.

I suspect this show will become a spring or summer series. That’s when most acquisitions sit, including Burden of Truth and Bulletproof. Things had to work a little differently in 2020 due to the pandemic, but there is some hope that filming can happen as semi-normal as possible this summer.

If there is a risk that fall shows can’t return when they should, The CW will likely want to hold Season 3 of this drama to the fall. It performed well during the pandemic.

Update May 3, 2021: Coroner Season 3 will premiere on The CW on Thursday, July 15 at 9/8c.

Coroner Season 3 cast

Serinda Swan is back as Jenny Cooper on the third season. Based on a press released from CBC, we can assume the following will also return:

  • Roger Cross as Donovan McAvoy
  • Éric Bruneau as Liam
  • Ehren Kassam as Ross
  • Nicholas Campbell as Gordon Cooper
  • Tamara Podemski as Alison Trent
  • Andy McQueen as Malik Abed
  • Kiley May as River Baitz

There will be two new characters joining the cast this season.

Mark Taylor is playing Clark, a crown attorney who will work on Jenny on a new inquest during the season. Uni Park will play Melanie, the new pathologist in the coroner’s office working with Jenny and River.

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Coroner Season 3 trailer

There isn’t a trailer for Coroner Season 3 just yet. We’ll bring it as soon as one is made available.

Coroner Season 3 synopsis

CBC hasn’t released a synopsis for the season or even for the first episode yet. What we will see is Jenny more at peace with herself.

At the end of the Coroner Season 2 finale, she accepted her role in Katie’s death. She forgave her father for keeping such a secret, and she’s in a better place mentally. However, she may not be quite in a good place for getting Liam back.

Liam and Jenny split up due to both of their mental health problems. Liam needs help for his PTSD, and Jenny can’t offer that just now. She needs to be there for her dad and her son at the moment. Maybe there’s some hope for the third season later on.

When it comes to work, we know there’s a new inquest coming. Will this take up the whole season? Usually, there’s one storyline that crops up now and then throughout the season in between the cases of the week. Is that the same format Coroner Season 3 will follow?

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What do you hope to see on Coroner Season 3? What would you like to see for Jenny moving forward? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Coroner Season 3 premieres on CBC on Feb. 3, 2021.