Although CBC, a Canadian public TV network, hasn't formally made an announcement, The Cultural Post has a strong proof that the TV series Being Erica got renewed for a third season. Therefore, this is not an attempt to spread a rumour on the net.
First of all, according to the Ontario Media Development Corporation (OMDC), the third season of this show created by Jana Sinyor will be in production from May 17 to October 15.
Moreover, since there's no formal announcement of CBC that The Cultural Post can speak of, this also means that there are no details about the third season's story. Nonetheless, if any of you don't know what Being Erica is all about, here's a description of the synopsis.
Erica Strange (Erin Karpluk) is a woman of 32 years old. Since the events of the first season, she has been in relation with Ethan Wakefield (Tyron Leitso), a school teacher. Moreover, she's a Junior Editor at a publishing house. In order to fix her regrets, Erica sees Dr. Tom (Michael Riley). This therapist sends her in her past so that she can fix a specific regret and learn how to feel better about life. The second season left us when Erica and Julianne (Reagan Pasternak), her former Senior Editor, got fired and decide to found a publishing house of their own.
The show also star Vinessa Antoine, Morgan Kelly, Joanna Douglas, Adam MacDonald, Paula Brancati, John Boylan, Kathleen Laskey, Devon Bostick and Sarah Gadon.
Finally, The Cultural Post doesn’t have any information about the premiere date of the third season in Canada.