Neve Campbell will not be returning for the third season of the TV show “The Lincoln Lawyer,” according to The Hollywood Reporter. Campbell played the character Maggie McPherson, who is the ex-wife of the main protagonist Mickey Haller. While her character had a smaller role in the show’s second season, there is a possibility for her return in the future, as the door remains open.
The Lincoln Lawyer Season 3
In the second season, Maggie accepts a job in a different city by the finale, which explains her absence from the upcoming season. It’s interesting to note that Maggie doesn’t appear in the Michael Connelly novel “The Gods of Guilt,” which is the basis for the third season of “The Lincoln Lawyer.”
On the other hand, several other cast members will be returning for season 3. Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, who plays Mickey Haller, the main character, will be reprising his role. Other returning cast members include Becki Newton as Lorna, Jazz Raycole as Izzy, Angus Sampson as Cisco, and Yaya DaCosta as Andrea Freemann. The third season is set to have 10 episodes.
“The Lincoln Lawyer” follows Mickey Haller, an iconoclastic idealist who runs his law practice from the back seat of his Lincoln car. He takes on cases both big and small across Los Angeles. The TV show is based on the bestselling novel series written by Michael Connelly, with the second season being based on the fourth book in the series, “The Fifth Witness.”
The executive producers of the show include Ted Humphrey and Dailyn Rodriguez, along with David E. Kelley, Michael Connelly, Ross Fineman, Barry Jossen, and Tana Jamieson. Kelley created the show for television, and it was developed by Humphrey. The series is produced by A+E.
Overall, while Neve Campbell will not be returning for the third season of “The Lincoln Lawyer,” fans can still look forward to seeing Manuel Garcia-Rulfo and other returning cast members. The show continues to follow the interesting and captivating legal cases taken on by Mickey Haller as he navigates the expansive city of Los Angeles from the back seat of his Lincoln car.