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Award Winning Digital Drama Series ‘The Bay’ Debuts New Season

More #Bayhem is on the way when the third season of the nine time Emmy Award-winning Digital Drama Series ‘The Bay’ begins streaming on Amazon Prime.  As announced by LANY Entertainment, two episodes per week will be released over a span of seven weeks beginning Tuesday, October 24th.

Fans of ‘The Bay’ can expect Season 3 to serve up plenty of drama. Bay City matriarch Sara Garrett (Mary Beth Evans, Days of our Lives) face an unsympathetic jury while struggling with the sordid memories she shares with her prominent attorney, Arthur Tobin (special guest star Thomas Calabro, The Last Ship, Melrose Place). Now married to his high school sweetheart, golden boy Pete Garrett (Kristos Andrews, POP-TV’s This Just In) attempts to build a new life with Vivian Johnson (Karrueche Tran, TNT’s CLAWS) although a spurned Janice Ramos (Lilly Melgar, General Hospital) threatens to complicate things.  Struggling to find himself, Daniel Garrett (Eric Nelsen, Showtime’s The Affair) sets out on a life-altering journey, while his half-sister Tamara Garrett (Celeste Fianna) finds herself seduced by a quite charming and manipulative rookie BCPD police officer Colton Kurosaki (guest star Christopher Sean, Days of our Lives, Hawaii Five-0).

Prior to Season 3 of ‘The Bay’s October 24th debut and in conjunction with their new International Distribution deal with GRB Entertainment, producers and series regulars of ‘The Bay’ are currently attending MIPCOM in Cannes, France.  GRB Entertainment acquired the rights to distribute the series to international territories worldwide. For more on GRB Entertainment visit: http://www.grbtv.com. Join some of the cast on Twitter for live tweets at 1:00 pm PT/4:00 pm ET on Tuesday, Oct. 24th using the hashtag #BingeTheBay.While awaiting the release of Season 3, please be sure to #BingeTheBay season 2 here: https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01N9BS78A?ref_=aiv_dp_season_select

THE BAY Season 3 is written and directed by Gregori J. Martin with Executive Producer Wendy Riche.

Use hashtag #Bayhem #BingeTheBay @TheBaytheSeries on Twitter & Instagram

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