Season 3 is the third season of the Nickelodeon sitcom, The Thundermans. The season premiered on June 27, 2015 and ended on October 10, 2016.
The cast won the "Favorite Kids TV Show" award at the 2016 Kids Choice Awards, being the first non-Dan Schneider show to win, making history.
This season focuses on Phoebe's superhero training, Max's evil chronicle and Chloe's growth. Phoebe is now the official protector of Hiddenville as part of her superhero training with the Hero League. She must learn to balance her superhero life, her school life and her social life. Meanwhile, Max is working on an evil chronicle of evil deeds to impress Dark Mayhem and join the Villain League.
During the course of the season, Billy and Nora adjust to living with a new little sister, Chloe. Chloe gets her real powers and continues to develop throughout the season. Phoebe breaks up with her boyfriend; and Max starts dating Allison, his first real girlfriend.
Phoebe and Max's superhero/supervillain lives ultimately leads to the Thundermans' superhero secret being exposed. At the end, Max is forced to make a choice to either become a superhero or a supervillain for good.
- Kira Kosarin as Phoebe Thunderman
- Jack Griffo as Max Thunderman
- Addison Riecke as Nora Thunderman
- Diego Velazquez as Billy Thunderman
- Rosa Blasi as Barb Thunderman
- Chris Tallman as Hank Thunderman
- Dana Snyder as Dr. Colosso (voice)
- Maya Le Clark as Chloe Thunderman
- Audrey Whitby as Cherry
- Tanner Stine as Oyster
- Daniele Gaither as President Kickbutt
- Ryan Newman as Allison
- Kenny Ridwan as Gideon
- Jake Borelli as Wolfgang
- Helen Hong as Mrs. Wong
- Jeff Meacham as Principal Bradford
- Barrett Carnahan as Link Evilman
- Jamieson Price as Dark Mayhem
- Gabrielle Elyse as Maddy
- Camille Hyde as Roxy
- Elijah Nelson as Evan
- Harvey Guillen as Cousin Blobbin
- Paul A. Hicks as Chainsaw
- Eric Allen Kramer as Mike Evilman
- Genneya Walton as Simone Kickbutt
- Rebecca Metz as Mrs. Austin
- Parisa Fakhri as Lady Web
Special Guest Cast
|No.||Episode Title||Date Premiered||Prod. Code||U.S. Viewers|
|1||Phoebe vs. Max: The Sequel||06/27/15||302||2.42|
|2||On the Straight and Arrow||07/11/15||301||1.41|
|3||Why You Buggin'?||07/18/15||303||1.59|
|4||Exit Stage Theft||07/25/15||304||1.46|
|5||Are You Afraid of the Park?||09/30/15||305||1.74|
|6||Evil Never Sleeps||10/07/15||306||1.40|
|9||Patch Me If You Can||10/28/15||310||1.33|
|10||Give Me a Break Up||11/04/15||307||1.73|
|11||No Country for Old Mentors||11/11/15||312||1.83|
|13||He Got Game Night||02/13/16||315||1.65|
|14||Kiss Me Nate||04/02/16||316||1.56|
|15||Dog Day After-School||06/04/16||318||1.66|
|17||Chutes and Splatters||06/25/16||323||1.59|
|18||I'm Gonna Forget You, Sucka||07/09/16||317||1.41|
|19||Beat the Parents||07/16/16||326||1.51|
|20||Can't Spy Me Love||07/23/16||322||1.54|
|21||Robin Hood: Prince of Pheebs||07/30/16||325||1.71|
|24||Back to School||08/13/16||320||1.66|
|25-26||Thundermans: Secret Revealed||10/10/16||313-314||2.43|
- The Season 3 renewal was announced on February 27, 2015.
- Production started in April 2015 and concluded on February 12, 2016.
- Nickelodeon originally ordered 15 episodes for this season, but later extended it by 11 episodes, making it 26 episodes in total.
- The show premiered 4 episodes in the Summer of 2015, followed by the premiere of the next 8 episodes from September 30, 2015, in a new timeslot, on Wednesday at 7:30PM.
- This season marks the full season debut of Chloe Thunderman.
- Jack Griffo's then real-life girlfriend, Ryan Newman, had a recurring role in this season as Allison.
- The romance in this season focuses around Allison and Max, as Phoebe and Link broke up early in the season, in Give Me A Break Up.
- Carlos Pena Jr. (from Big Time Rush) guest starred on the episode, No Country for Old Mentors.
- The season had a long hiatus for four months. They only aired two episodes between February 13, 2016 and June 4, 2016 - He Got Game Night and Kiss Me Nate.
- WWE Superstar Chris Jericho guest-starred on Beat The Parents, as Allison's dad.