Exclusive: Alan Tudyk, showrunner Chris Sheridan, and cast of Resident Alien talk about season 3

With the cast and crew's exciting teasers, Resident Alien season 3 is shaping up to be a galactic event not to be missed.

RESIDENT ALIEN -- "Girls' Night" Episode 203 -- Pictured in this screengrab: Alan Tudyk as Harry Vanderspeigle -- (Photo by: SYFY)
RESIDENT ALIEN -- "Girls' Night" Episode 203 -- Pictured in this screengrab: Alan Tudyk as Harry Vanderspeigle -- (Photo by: SYFY) /
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Hold onto your space helmets, Resident Alien fans, because season 3 is making its own landing on just in time for Valentine's Day on the 14th.

After what felt like an intergalactic eternity of waiting - seriously, almost two Earth years feel like forever in outer space time - we're finally on the brink of reuniting with our beloved alien-disguised-as-a-human, Harry, and the quirky inhabitants of Patience, Colorado. And from what the stars of the show are saying, this season is gearing up to be an epic blend of humor, heartache, and, of course, those oh-so-mysterious alien shenanigans.

I had the absolutely wonderful chance to speak with showrunner Chris Sheridan, Alan Tudyk, Sara Tomko, Alice Wetterlund, Corey Reynolds, Meredith Garretson, and Levi Fiehler and chat with them about what we can expect from the upcoming third season. The anticipation is palpable, and their excitement mirrors the fanbase's own, promising a season that will not only elevate the series but also bring a fresh wave of humor, drama, and alien intrigue. Not to mention, the seven of them are fantastic people - another reason why Resident Alien is just so good.

As the cast and crew peel back the layers of their characters and how last season's huge cliffhanger has affected them, they paint season 3 as a testament to growth - both on and off the screen. The shared excitement for the season's underlying themes and plot growth, enhanced character dynamics, and the promise of both laughter and tears set the stage for what could be the best season of Resident Alien yet. We are left eagerly awaiting a season that promises not only to entertain but to resonate on a human level, proving once again that sometimes, it takes an outsider to show us what it means to be truly human.

Also, I'm apparently Sara Tomko's twin and I am absolutely here for it.

Let's jump into these incredibly entertaining interviews and check out what the cast and crew has to say about the upcoming third season.