Things have been relatively quiet on the front of 'Girls' season 3, now filming in New York, as the last announcements we heard put 'Doctor Who' star Richard E. Grant in an unnamed role in the premiere. Now, location shooting has revealed that actress Jennifer Westfeldt, partner to 'Mad Men's' Jon Hamm will appear in the upcoming third season of HBO's Golden Globe winner, but as whom?
Though HBO's eternally buzzing Lena Dunham dramedy 'Girls' made little regular habit of cliffhangers, many found themselves perplexed by the the unusually optimistic ending of season 2 finale "Together," which largely reunited the season 1 couples. That ending was thrown into chaos by the sudden departure of actor Christopher Abbott, for whom the season 2 finale had suggested a larger role, but what do Abbott's castmates have to say about the exit? Preview Marnie's updated outlook in 'Girls' season 3 inside!
Recently, news broke that 'Girls' lost one of its main boys -- series star Charlie Abbott was reported to leave the series over creative differences, despite the fact that season 2 finale "Together" set up an important role for the character next season. Now, the difference seems to have evened out, as 'Girls' season 3 adds an older boy to its ranks, that of recent 'Doctor Who' star Richard E. Grant. Find out the mystery man's identity for the 'Girls' season 3 premiere inside!
Only a few weeks have passed since HBO's 'Girls' ended its second season on a curiously upbeat note, with several characters returning to the relationships they maintained at the outset of the series. That finale may prove even more difficult to justify in retrospect as series star Christopher Abbott (Charlie) has abruptly left the series altogether, prior to filming any season 3 episodes. Find out what caused the big 'Girls' season 3 break inside!
Like the episodes before it, and the season before that 'Girls' has continue to prove a divisive force in the TV world. Following Sunday's quietly optimistic season 2 finale "Together," the series will be in for a bit of a shake-up in season 3 as production expands from 10 to 12 episodes and Golden Globe-winning creator Lena Dunham adds a few new writers, but will 'Girls' be going dark in season 3? New casting reports suggest at least one character might be going to rehab next year...