The third and final season of Ricky Gervais’ Netflix melodrama After Life has finally dropped – and thankfully, it has a stellar soundtrack.
The show follows Tambury journalist Tony Johnson (Gervais), who decides to punish the rest of the world for his wife’s death by doing and saying whatever he pleases, an action he terms a “superpower”.
The black comedy-drama has provided viewers with some tear-jerking moments during its stellar run, and the heavy scenes have only been heightened by the show’s various music choices.
After Life season 3 features a wide range of musical acts, which serve to reflect Tony's range of emotions. These include legendary songwriters Bob Dylan and Cat Stevens, as well as Rod Stewart and Joni Mitchell. "I chose the biggest artists and my favourite tunes of all time," Gervais recently explained to Smooth Radio.
For viewers who think they've recognised a song in the last six episodes but can't quite put their finger on it, RadioTimes.com has put together a list of the licensed songs in After Life season 3.
In the meantime, why not read about the meaning of After Life's mysterious ending here, according to Gervais himself (though, be warned: there are full spoilers).
After Life season 3 soundtrack and music
The Things We Do for Love by 10cc
Back to the Beginning by Aaron Espe
Not Dark Yet by Bob Dylan
Who Will Sing Me Lullabies by Kate Rusby
Let Down by Radiohead
The Wind by Cat Stevens
Hammer and Felt by Beneath the Mountain
I Will Follow You Into the Dark - Death Cab for Cutie
Love Is the Answer (Single Version) by England Dan & John Ford Coley
Introspective Inquiries by Margaret Dahlberg
Mandolin Wind by Rod Stewart
Both Sides Now by Joni Mitchell
After Life seasons 1-3 are available to stream on Netflix.