From a media release:
CSA-nominated CBC original east coast family dramedy Moonshine (8×60) will return for a third season in 2023, with production now underway in Nova Scotia. Created by Sheri Elwood (Lucifer, Call Me Fitz) and produced by Six Eleven Media and Entertainment One (eOne), the series follows the Finley-Cullens, a dysfunctional clan of adult half-siblings battling for control of the Moonshine, a ramshackle campground on the South Shore of Nova Scotia. The second season will premiere this fall on Sunday, October 2, 2022 at 9 p.m. (9:30 NT) on CBC and CBC Gem, and the entire first season is available to stream now on CBC Gem.
The 2022 Canadian Screen Award nominated series stars Jennifer Finnigan (Salvation), Anastasia Phillips (Reign), Emma Hunter (The Beaverton, Mr. D), Tom Stevens (The 100, Beyond), Alexander Nunez (Avocado Toast), Peter MacNeill (Good Witch), Erin Darke (The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Miracle Workers), Farid Yazdani (Day Players, Suits), James Gilbert (Suits, Salvation), Celia Owen (A Small Fortune), Calem MacDonald (Umbrella Academy), Allan Hawco (Frontier, Departure), Allegra Fulton (Chapelwaite), Leigh-Ann Rose (The Young and the Restless) and JD Martin (Manifest).
Guest stars rounding out the cast in Season 3 are Jonathan Silverman (Weekend at Bernie’s) and Kirsten Howell (Trailer Park Boys).
A CBC original series, Moonshine is produced by Six Eleven Media and eOne. Created and Executive Produced by showrunner, writer and director Sheri Elwood, the show is executive produced alongside Six Eleven Media’s Charles Bishop. Jocelyn Hamilton serves as executive producer for eOne.