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The third season of Dynasty premiered on The CW on October 11, 2019, and concluded on May 8, 2020. It was announced on January 31, 2019.[1]

The season aired on Friday nights at 9:00 PM after Charmed.

It arrived on DVD and Blu-ray on October 27, 2020.


"As DYNASTY hurtles into its explosive third season, the Carrington family will face the unknown on all fronts. Dealing with the fallout from the startling second season finale, Fallon is surrounded by a host of rivals looking to destroy her, the most wicked of which is her own brother, Adam, who takes the idea of “sibling rivalry” to a whole new level of crazy. At the same time, Fallon and Liam attempt to keep their romance sane, but secrets and skeletons from her closet will make that more difficult than ever. And after a year of “me” time, Blake will jump back in the game, ruthlessly determined to reclaim what’s rightfully his: the family company Fallon sold out from under him. And with the help of Cristal, he’s certain nothing can stop him. Only problem is that the newest Colby in town, Blake’s half-sister Dominique, is here to stay and she isn’t backing down from a fight over what’s rightfully hers, either. Meanwhile, Sammy Jo enters an exhilarating phase of the upper-class life, but amongst the thrills of his newfound freedom, there will be dangers lurking. Plus, who knows what faces – new and old, friendly and unfriendly - will pop up! The road ahead is full of the shocking twists and turns you’ve come to expect from the Carrington world. And if we know anything by this point in the series, it’s that our fractured family will have to find a way to come together if they are to claw their way back to the top of the billionaire mountain."[2]



Guest starring


No. in series No. in season Episode title Written by Directed by Original airdate
45 1 "Guilt Trip to Alaska" Josh Reims Michael Allowitz October 11, 2019
46 2 "Caution Never Won a War" David M. Israel Melanie Mayron October 18, 2019
47 3 "Wild Ghost Chase" Christopher Fife Jeff Byrd October 25, 2019
48 4 "Something Desperate" Jenna Richman Maddison Brown November 1, 2019
49 5 "Mother? I'm at La Mirage" Liz Sczudlo Brandi Bradburn November 8, 2019
50 6 "A Used Up Memory" Kevin A. Garnett Matt Early Beesley November 15, 2019
51 7 "Shoot from the Hip" Paula Sabbaga Geoff Shotz November 22, 2019
52 8 "The Sensational Blake Carrington Trial" Francisca X. Hu Melanie Mayron December 6, 2019
53 9 "The Caviar, I Trust, Is Not Burned" Aubrey Villalobos Karr Jeff Byrd January 17, 2020
54 10 "What Sorrows Are You Drowning?" Libby Wells Pascal Verschooris January 24, 2020
55 11 "A Wound That May Never Heal" Bryce Schramm Brandi Bradburn January 31, 2020
56 12 "Battle Lines" Christopher Fife Matt Earl Beesley February 7, 2020
57 13 "You See Most Things in Terms of Black and White" David M. Israel Heather Tom February 21, 2020
58 14 "That Wicked Stepmother" Garrett Oakley Brandi Bradburn February 28, 2020
59 15 "Up a Tree" Jenna Richman Andi Behring March 27, 2020
60 16 "Is the Next Surgery on the House?" Liz Sczudlo Michael Allowitz April 3, 2020
61 17 "She Cancelled..." Kevin A. Garrett Pascal Verschooris April 10, 2020
62 18 "You Make Being a Priest Sound Like Something Bad" Aubrey Villalobos Karr Elodie Keene April 17, 2020
63 19 "Robin Hood Rescues" Paula Sabbaga Jeff Byrd May 1, 2020
64 20 "My Hangover's Arrived" Francisca X. Hu Gina Lamar May 8, 2020



Production began in July 2019 and was scheduled to conclude in April 2020.[3]

On March 12, 2020, production was shut down for the remainder of the season due to health concerns over the coronavirus pandemic.[4]



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