Welcome to Wrexham has been officially renewed for a third series, ahead of the finale of the second season.
Disney+ announced that the Emmy nominated hit docuseries will return for series three in the spring of 2024.
The series follows the efforts of Hollywood stars Rob McElhenney and Ryan Reynolds to return Wrexham AFC to glory.
Since the duo have taken over as co-chairman, the club has gone from the fifth tier National League to League Two in the Football League.
Nick Grad, President, FX Entertainment, said: ‘The wild global success of ‘Welcome to Wrexham’ is a testament to the courage and vision of Rob and Ryan, the dogged spirit of the Red Dragons, and the hope and devotion of the people of Wrexham.
‘It’s a story that has only begun to be told and one that everyone can continue to follow along with in the third season.
‘Our thanks to the creative team who captured these thrilling moments and everyone who achieved what seemed impossible only a short time ago.’
Deadpool actor Ryan, 47, and It’s Always Sunny In Philadelphia star Rob, 46, teamed up to buy the football team in 2021 after the Welsh club went into administration.
Wrexham is the third oldest professional football club in the world, but hadn’t been in the Football League in over 15 years.
Ryan and Rob recognised the potential for a real underdog story and with their investment and marketing, they helped promote it both literally and figuratively.
Speaking to Variety, the pair said they didn’t know what to expect when visiting the Welsh town, but decided that they would turn the focus of the series towards Wrexham and its people.
Ryan said: ‘If you’re just reading the headlines, you probably think, “Oh, this show is going to be funny.”
‘”It’s gonna be a fish-out-of-water story about two schmucky showbiz morons going in, falling on their asses, learning as they go.” But the show literally does not centre us. It centres the town.’
He added: ‘The truth is we didn’t know a f***ing thing when we went in there. I really struggled at the beginning.
‘There’s a moment in the series where I’m joking that I didn’t know that I had the option to not appear on camera all the time.’
The first season of the show is currently nominated for six Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Unstructured Reality Program.
The second series is currently airing, with the conclusion set to air on November 15 exclusively on Disney+.
The last episode showed Wrexham playing against Yeovil and winning 3-0, leaving them just one win away from promotion.
The finale is called Up the Town? and sees Wrexham finally face either the coveted promotion or the dreaded playoff.