Gravity Falls season 3 is much awaited by eager fans. Up to now, the rumor mill is spinning. Gravity Falls is a supernatural cartoon series centered around the adventures of two twin sisters, Dipper and Mabel Pines. The show ran for 2 seasons using a third yet to be released. There are a whole lot of false rumors being spread about the third year. We’ve vetted every one of the tales and swatted the misinformation for you. Get the actual scoop right here!
Gravity Falls Season 3 Plot
Although they could be twins, their personalities are not anything but identical. Mabel, the funnier of the two, has a keen eye for both boy bands and boys. Dipper, on the other hand, is an anorak who wants to be studious and contains a longing fascination that often gets him into trouble.
And then there is Wendy. A love interest for Dipper but regrettably it is unrequited because she makes clear they are just friends. Together with the character background set up, the summer holidays offer a unique chance for a trip. Not in the normal sense for 2 12-year-olds but to the forests of Gravity Falls.
Upon entrance, their uncle (Grunkle Stan) convinces them to run the Mystery Shack; a location where tourists are charged exorbitant fees for fake exhibitions. While the cousins quickly realize it is a quick rewarding scheme, something else attracts their attention.
After one of those Shack’s workers, (Soos) fails to market the area from the woods, the duo (at the behest of the uncle) takes action. In doing so, Dipper finds a fake tree comprising a journal emblazoned with:’TRUST NO ONE.’ Inside, it contains knowledge on creatures and paranormal pursuits.
And nothing is ever the same again as they experience numerous experiences from cloning, time travel, to even confronting zombies. The Shack also has more to it than meets the eye. That’s why a person (Gideon Gleeful) with the help of a demon (Bill Cipher) is making moves to steal it.
In an attempt to persuade government agents about the mystery of Gravity Falls, Dipper hotels conjuring zombies to prove that he isn’t insane. And matters get deeper as the diary leads the duo to come across the writer’s bunker. Then at a shocking twist of events, it ends up that the author is Stan’s long-lost brother (Stanford Ford).
In an all-purpose show, their uncle appears blank. Stan is Stanley Pines, who attempted to recover his brother out of a trapped portal. Given it was a mistake done by his own hands, Stan assumes his brother’s identity until he gets back him.
Having fought the deadly demon after, they confront Bill Cipher once again. After linking to conquer Bill, the world is saved. With the conclusion of year 2, another series is not likely. The founder (Alex Hirsch) has revealed that season 3 wasn’t canceled but rather decommissioned since the series’s main talking points were concluded.
Otherwise, the principal villain. The ultimate enemy, Bill Cipher, had perished which makes him unlikely to return. Secondly, with the secret of the journal, Shack, and Stan all revealed, the plotline has come to a natural conclusion. While the love interest between Dipper and Wendy may be researched, the fact that they remain, intimate friends, is central to the spirit of this series. Alex supposed it to function as just two seasons, and that’s what we will get.
Gravity Falls Season 3 Release Date
So, when is gravity drops 3 coming out? The series hasn’t yet been commissioned to get a third season and it seems unlikely it will.
Gravity Falls Cast
Dipper Pines played by Jason Ritter
Mabel Pines played by Kristen Schaal
Grunkle Stan played by Alex Hirsch
Wendy Corduroy played by Linda Cardellini
Soos Ramirez played by Alex Hirsch
Pacifica Northwest played by Jacki Buscarino
Stanford Pines played by J.K. Simmons
Bill Cipher played by Alex Hirsch
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