Family Karma focuses on the lives of Indian-American families who are residing in Miami for generations. The show will present you with the daily struggles and challenges the families had to go through, from racism to cultural integrity. You’ll see seven families who are of Indian origin living in Miami. This is a reality television series with its 3rd season coming in the first week of November.
The show is starring by:
- Amrit Kapai, who is Nicholas’s fiancé. He will be facing challenges while organizing a same-gender wedding.
- Anisha Ramakrishna has finally discovered her Mr. Right, but chasing him has caused severe breaks in her friend circle.
- Bali Chainani, who has received an ultimatum from his ex-husband, is forced to make a life-changing decision for herself and her children.
- Brian Benni is looking for a new woman after his breakup. But now, after learning more about himself, he is ready to bring on some changes to himself.
- Monica Vaswani is the perfect Indian girl in the show and is adored by her community.
- Rish Karam is Monica’s husband, and has been together since childhood. And is ready to take his marriage further by making Monica happier.
With a total of 17 episodes, the show has been able to gain a massive audience and earned a rating of 6.8/10 in IMBD.
Where To Watch Family Karma Season 3 In The UK?
If you are residing in the UK, then you can enjoy the show on Hayu and Discovery Plus. Just for additional information, the two recommended streaming platforms include paid subscriptions. However, for Hayu, you will be able to access it for free on a 7-day trial, after which you will be billed for £4.99 per month. And as for Discovery plus, the basic plan starts at £4.99, which will include all the entertainment shows. Or you could purchase the annual plan for £39.99, which will give you entertainment for a whole year without any interruption.
Where To Watch Family Karma Season 3 In The USA?
For US residents, season 3 will be airing on Peacock TV and Bravo Tv. For the pricing details, Peacock TV will charge you $4.99 (exclusive of tax) per month, and for the annual plan, you have to pay $49.99 (exclusive of tax). However, you can access the limited content for free just by creating an account with them or signing in with your already existing Gmail Id. And for Bravo Tv, you can access the content via Prime Video by renting a single episode or buying the whole season. There is another way to watch it on Bravo. If you already have the Blue Plan that Sling TV offers, then within the 40 channels they offer, you will find Bravo TV too, or you could just pay $35 a month.
Where To Watch Family Karma Season 3 In Australia?
Unfortunately for Australian residents, there is only one streaming platform available. You will be able to enjoy Family Karma Season 3 upcoming episodes via Bravo TV. For a limited time, you can enjoy the content for free using the trial periods. After which, you will have to pay $35 per month via Sling TV. And in the case of cable networks that you can pay individually, the pricing may differ as per your cable provider.
Where To Watch Family Karma Season 3 In India?
If you are an Indian citizen, then you can access the episodes via Discovery Plus by paying a monthly price of INR 199 or INR 399 per year. The show is also available on Hayu, which you can access by paying ₹999, which will cost you annually. However, it is to be noted that it can only be streamed by purchasing it through Amazon Prime Video. And along with the upcoming episodes, you will be able to access the previous season’s episodes.
When Does The First Episode Of Family Karma Season 3 Drop?
Episode 1, titled ‘My Big Fat Indian Wedding,’ will be coming on Sunday, 6 November 2022, at 9 PM in the USA. And if you are from another country, then I’m providing popular time zones below:
- Pacific Time, PST – Sunday, 6 November 2022 at 5 PM
- Central Time, CST – Sunday, 6 November 2022 at 7 PM
- Eastern Time, EST – Sunday, 6 November 2022 at 8 PM
- Central European time, CET – Monday, 7 November 2022, at 2 AM
- Indian Standard Time, IST – Monday, 7 November 2022 at 6:30 AM
- Philippine Time, PHT – Monday, 7 November 2022 at 9 AM
Hopefully, all the information I provided will help you in making the right choice for the streaming platform. Have a great day. Happy Streaming!