Pete is a sheltered suburbanite who is married to his childhood sweetheart and dreams of making it as a stand-up comedian. But when he finds out his wife is cheating on him, Pete’s world unravels, forcing him to reevaluate his priorities. Pete flees to the New York comedy scene, where he crashes on other people’s couches, learning hard lessons about life and himself in the process.
Pete falls headfirst into a relationship with his new girlfriend Kat, who encourages him to be more aggressive in his career. On the night of their three-week anniversary, things amp up after a visit to a sex shop and a comedy show that morphs into a
HBO announced today that Crashing has been picked up for a third season. The good news comes with two episodes remaining in the comedy's sophomore run, which is scheduled to wrap on March 4.
Created by and starring Pete Holmes, Crashing sees Holmes playing a semi-autobiographical version of himself - that is, a comedian named Pete, who after learning his wife has not been faithful to him, begins to re-evaluate his life while working in the New York comedy scene.
Look for Season 3 of Crashing in early 2019.