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“LOL: who laughs, comes out!”: at what time and on which channel to watch season 3 in streaming?

2023-03-16T17:19:19.857Z


The successful series presented by Philippe Lacheau returns for a season 3 which is already a hit. A week after the release of the first part, finally enjoy the finale of this season 3. Find out what time and on which channel to watch season 3 of "LOL: who laughs, comes out!"...


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Take advantage of the free trial at Amazon Prime Video to watch “LOL: Who Laughs, Comes Out!”

season 3 streaming

It is the biggest success of the Amazon Prime Video platform.

The first part of season 3 of “LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

has been available since last Friday and it is already the biggest hit from the American giant.

“LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

is a humorous program presented by actor Philippe Lacheau (Babysitting, Alibi.com...) where ten personalities are locked in a room for six hours with the only instruction not to laugh at the actions of the other candidates.

A laugh is equivalent to a yellow card, a second laugh for the same candidate and it is elimination.

The last one not to laugh will be the winner and take home 50,000 euros for charity.

For this third season, the cast is impressive, notably with Jonathan Cohen, Pierre Niney, Virginie Efira, Gad Elmaleh and François Damiens.

“LOL: who laughs, comes out!”: on which channel to watch season 3 in streaming

The second part of season 3 of “LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

will be free to watch and stream on Amazon Prime.

After having acquired the rights to almost all of Ligue 1 and Ligue 2 during the last call for tenders, but also Roland-Garros with the night sessions in particular, Amazon continues to invest in new series such as Le Lord of the Rings or more recently The Last of US.

But the American giant also continues on its successful series like “LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

with its third season.

For the occasion, take advantage of the free 30-day trial period at Amazon Prime to follow part 2 of the series live from this Friday, March 17, 2023 at 9:01 a.m.

TV program “LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

season 3:

Series:

“LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

When:

Friday, March 10

Time:

from 9:01 a.m.

Channel:

to follow live on Amazon Prime

“LOL: who laughs, comes out!”: how to subscribe for free to Amazon Prime Video to watch season 3 in streaming?

To be able to access Amazon Prime Video and follow in streaming season 3 of “LOL: who laughs, comes out!”

free

, it's necessary:

  • Subscribe to Amazon Prime Video using the 30-day free trial

  • Once the trial period is over, the subscription will cost 6.99 euros/month

  • Of course, you can cancel your subscription at any time

In addition to being able to watch Season 3 of “LOL: Who Laughs, Comes Out!”

exclusively, thanks to Amazon Prime Video, you can watch the best series and films of the moment thanks to an exhaustive catalog.

Including the original Amazon series, The Boys, The Last of Us, and The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power.

But the advantages don't stop there, in addition to Prime Video you will have access to:

  • Priority and free delivery in 1 working day

  • Home delivery of your shopping in eligible areas (Paris, Marseille, Bordeaux, etc.)

  • Prime Reading (one hundred books of all genres)

  • Amazon Music Prime (over 2 million tracks available)

Take advantage of the 30-day free trial at Amazon Prime Video to follow Season 3 of “LOL: Who Laughs, Comes Out!”

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