Disjointed is a streaming sitcom television series of American origin that is created by David Javerbaum and Chuck Lorre. The executive producers of the show are David Javerbaum and Chuck Lorre. The music and soundtrack for the show are composed and produced by Joseph Lo Duca. The opening theme of the show is “Jack, I’m Mellow”, performed and sung by Trixie Smith. The show aired for only one season that was split into two parts. The first part premiered on 25 August in the year 2017, consisting of 10 episodes and the second part premiered on Netflix on 12 January in the year 2018, consisting of 10 episodes, with a runtime of 25-30 minutes each. Disjointed is produced by Chuck Lorre Productions and Warner Bros. Television and is distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution.
Disjointed Season 3 Release Date
Season one of Disjointed premiered on Netflix on 25 August in the year 2017, consisting of 10 episodes. Season two of Disjointed premiered on 12 January in the year 2018. However, the show did not receive good ratings or views, which led Netflix to cancel the show for good. Hence, Disjointed will not return for a third season.
|Disjointed Season 1 Release Date
|25 August 2017
|Disjointed Season 3 Release Date
Disjointed Season 3 Story
The series protagonist is Ruth Whitefeather Feldman ( portrayed by Kathy Bates), who has been advocating for the legalization of cannabis usage for decades in Los Angeles. She recruits her freshly graduated son along with a group of budtenders to help her operate her cannabis dispensary located in Los Angeles. Along the way, Ruth and her team run into some highs and have to face some lows. The show is popular among fans as it explores the history of marijuana, cannabis culture which is referred to as 420, marijuana activism and some common misconceptions about stoners. The show also highlights serious issues such as PTSD or post-traumatic stress disorder. It also explains the medical benefits of marijuana plant.
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Disjointed Season 3 Characters
Kathy Bates portrays the role of Ruth Whitefeather Feldman, a marijuana dispensary owner based in Los Angeles, California. Aaron Moten portrays the role of Travis Feldman, who is Ruth’s son. Elizabeth Alderfer portrays the role of Olivia, who is a young budtender and Travis’ love interest on the show. Tone Bell portrays the character of Carter, who is a security guard suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ), due to being involved in three tours in Iraq. Elizabeth Ho portrays the role of Jenny, another budtender who is a part of Ruth’s team. Dougie Baldwin portrays the role of Pete, the person in-charge of growing marijuana buds in the store. Betsy Sodaro portrays the character of Deborah “Debby” Shapiro, who is a regular customer at Ruth’s dispensary named Alternative Caring. Debby is also Dank’s girlfriend. Chris Redd portrays the role of Steve “Dank” Dankerson, a regular customer at Ruth’s dispensary and Debby’s boyfriend.
Recurring characters include Maria Sherman, who is one of Ruth’s customers. The role of Maria is portrayed by Nicole Sullivan. Michael Trucco portrays the role of Tae Kwon Dong, the dispensary’s next-door neighbor who also owns a Tae Kwon Do studio. Cass Bugge portrays the role of Sabine Dortmunder, who is a CNN reporter. Peter Riegert portrays the role of Walter, Ruth’s love interest. Missi Pyle portrays the role of Mary Jane. Elizabeth Sung portrays the role of Lianmin. Harry Groener portrays the role of Judge Nelson and Jessica Tuck portrays the character of Ms. Carol Harris.
Certain guest stars have also appeared on the show such as Richard Kind, who portrays the character of Special Agent Barry Schwartz. Cheech Marin and Tommy Chong appear as themselves in the show. Alicia Witt portrays the character of Rosie Bush. Brian Baumgartner appears as Krinkles. Rondi Reed portrays the character of Nana and Leonardo Nam portrays the character of Jesus Bruce Lee Christ.
Disjointed Season 3 Trailer
The trailer for season 3 of Disjointed is not available since Netflix did not renew the show for a third season due to low viewership. The trailer for the first two seasons can be viewed on YouTube and Netflix.
Where to Watch Disjointed?
Both seasons of Disjointed can be viewed online on the Netflix streaming platform.
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