The Last O.G. is back and Season 3 kicks off with its premiere titled, “Lookin’ at the Front Door” where, after a failed food truck business, Tray (Tracy Morgan) is on the hunt for his own place (since he really can’t take living with his mama, portrayed by Anna Marie Horsford, anymore).
Remember that in the Season 2 finale, “Fight the Power,” fans were treated to a hilarious and reverent homage to Spike Lee’s “Do the Right Thing” as Tray fought to stop the reconstruction of a beloved apartment building in Brooklyn. In the Season 3 premiere, we’re keeping that same gentrification-themed energy right off the bat.
The third season synopsis, provided to The Root via TBS:
This season finds Tray (Morgan) searching for a new place to live and new forms of income. He lands in gentrified Brooklyn, where he begins giving “hood legend” walking tours of the city that is forever changing around him.
The third season is looking to have a star-studded guest lineup, including Mike Tyson, JB Smoove, Katt Williams, Sasheer Zamata and more.
In an exclusive clip obtained by The Root, Tray is realizing the hard way just how difficult the real estate game is in New York City for a potential renter, which to him, “is harder than finding a Puerto Rican in a Woody Allen movie.”
The Last O.G. returns for its third season Tuesday, April 7 at 10:30 p.m. ET/PT on TBS.