• The new season of the docu-series will feature the ongoing pandemic
  • It will also highlight "unexplained infertility to teen pregnancy"
  • The show premieres on May 9

The third season of the docu-series "9 Months with Courteney Cox" is set to release on Mother's Day with some "rawer and real" stories.

Courteney Cox, who is the executive producer of the Facebook Watch series, took to Instagram on Monday to share the official trailer of the upcoming season.

"'Season 3 of @9monthswithcourteneycox premieres on Sunday May 9! Link in bio to follow along," the 56-year-old actress wrote.

In the video, the "Friends" star gave a glimpse into the lives of 10 families and their pregnancy journeys. The upcoming season is going to be unique as it will also feature the challenges faced by the parents due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

"From unexplained infertility to teen pregnancy, a new batch of hopeful parents share their pregnancy stories," the show's official page said.

"Fans can expect to be completely invested in and captivated by these extraordinary pregnancy journeys," Cox told PEOPLE. "This year, more than ever, the show is a true platform for underrepresented voices that deserve to be heard."

"Unfortunately, it continues to be a taboo subject and yet it's so important that these families don't feel alone during this very complicated and emotional time in their lives," the actress said. "I hope that this show provides comfort and community for those who are struggling and feel isolated."

The actress said she loves "seeing human stories come to life. In this case literally. And producing provides me with endless opportunities to explore and create."

Cox shares a 16-year-old daughter, Coco Arquette, with her ex-husband David Arquette.

The actress seems to connect with the show on a personal level as she also tackled infertility. She had previously said she faced many miscarriages.

"I like real human stories and, yes, I had a difficult time," she told TODAY in 2019. "I had a lot of miscarriages, and I don't think that's something that people shouldn't talk about, because ... it was unfortunate but it happens."

Cox is currently busy with her upcoming horror movie, "Scream," which is slated to release on Jan. 14, 2022. Moreover, fans are also expecting a reunion of "Friends." The special episode, titled "The One Where They Got Back Together," is expected to release this year.

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Actress Courteney Cox poses for photographers upon arrival at the Ivor Novello awards in central London on May 19, 2016. Getty Images/ Justin Tallis