From a media release:
A heartwarming comedy about fame, fortune, and a diva in denial, CTV Original comedy series JANN returns for its third season Mondays at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV, CTV.ca, and the CTV app, beginning Sept. 20. Set and filmed in Calgary and featuring co-creator and star Jann Arden as a fictionalized version of herself, Season 3 consists of eight half-hour episodes.
A star thatâ€™s fading and a family in need of help, Season 3 of JANN is a period of new beginnings as Jann (Arden) takes her life, career, and relationships into her own hands â€“ but will the same old antics ensue? After months without a manager and letting everything in her life (including paying the power bill) slide, she hires a personal assistant, commits to making a new album from the heart, and after her girlfriend refused her marriage proposal, starts dating someone newâ€¦a younger man.
Confirmed to guest star on the seriesâ€™ third season is GrammyÂ® Award-winning Canadian singer-songwriter Michael BublÃ© as himself. Season 3 also features cameos from JUNO Award-winning Canadian indie pop band Tegan and Sara and Canadian singer-songwriter Bif Naked.
As previously announced, joining the cast of JANN in leading roles this season are Canadian actors Tenaj Williams (BIG SKY, WYNONNA EARP) and Charlie Kerr (SUPERNATURAL, THE MAGICIANS). Williams stars as Trey, Jannâ€™s new personal assistant; while Kerr plays Nate, who finds himself in a love triangle with Jann and her ex-girlfriend Cynthia.
Also returning alongside Arden this season are Zoie Palmer (PURE, Spiral) as Jannâ€™s sister Max; Deborah Grover (My Next Door Nightmare, THE SURREALTOR, GOODWITCH) as Jannâ€™s mom Nora; Patrick Gilmore (Travelers; You, Me, Her) as Jannâ€™s brother-in-law Dave; Elena Juatco (Escape the Field, SCHITTâ€™S CREEK) as Jannâ€™s fired manager Cale; Jason Blicker (UMBRELLA ACADEMY, Finding Hannah) as Jannâ€™s former manager Todd; Sharon Taylor (BIG SKY, Bad Blood) as Jannâ€™s ex-girlfriend Cynthia; Alexa Rose Steele (Friends Who Kill, Vicious Fun) as Jannâ€™s eldest niece Charley; Ceilidh MacDonald as Jannâ€™s niece Sam; and Keaira Pliva as Jannâ€™s niece Frankie.
On the Season 3 premiere of JANN, titled â€œHelp Wantedâ€ (Monday, Sept. 20 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CTV), after months without a manager, Jann (Jann Arden) realizes she needs to take control of both her life and career â€“ starting with hiring a personal assistant. But instead of advertising for one, she sits in on her sister Maxâ€™s (Zoie Palmer) nanny interviews to poach the best one for herself. Meanwhile, Jannâ€™s ex-manager Cale (Elena Juatco) shows up and itâ€™s clear being fired by Jann has broken her.
Seasons 1 and 2 of JANN are currently available for streaming on CTV.ca, the CTV app, and Crave, and in the United States on Hulu, in anticipation of the Season 3 premiere.
To date, the series has received seven Canadian Screen Award nominations, including a nomination for Best Comedy Series. JANN continues to be led in Season 3 by EmmyÂ® Award-winning producer Andrew Barnsley (SCHITTâ€™S CREEK); Ben Murray, President of Project 10; Tom Cox and Jordy Randall of Playbackâ€™s Production Company of the Year: SEVEN24 Films (HEARTLAND, WYNONNA EARP), and Randy Lennox. Season 3 is directed by Ron Murphy. JANN Co-creators are Jann Arden, Jennica Harper, and Leah Gauthier. Jann Arden and showrunner Jennica Harper are the recipients of a Writers Guild of Canada Screenwriting Award for Best Comedy Series.
JANN was co-developed by Bell Media and Project 10 Productions, and is produced in association with Project 10 Productions, and SEVEN24 Films.
JANN is created by Jann Arden, Leah Gauthier, and Jennica Harper who also serve as Executive Producers with Jennica Harper Showrunning.