The Kominsky Method is in its third and final season on Netflix, and the show has ventured into unfamiliar territory. Sandy (Michael Douglas) is coming to grips with the death of Norman (Alan Arkin) and that his daughter, Mindy (Sarah Baker), is ready to move on to the next phase of her life with Martin (Paul Reiser). With all of this change in such a short amount of time, it would be hard for anyone to come to grips with it, let alone a person who has already lost so much in recent years. Can Sandy come to terms with all the upheaval? That really is at the heart of Chuck Lorre’s final and perhaps best-written season of the entire series.
We were lucky enough to speak with two of the show’s stars, Paul Reiser and Sarah Baker, about this final season and what fans can expect for each of their characters. They discussed what fans can expect from each of their characters this final season and how that impacts Sandy. Paul even went to his thoughts on how the show wrapped things up. Both Paul and Sarah feel the fans will be pleased with the show’s conclusion.
The third and final season of The Kominsky Method is currently available to stream on Netflix. Paul Reiser is Emmy eligible for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series and Sarah Baker is eligible for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
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