Fans of Andrew Rannells' acerbic 'Girls' character Elijah were disappointed to see the actor taking a reduced role in season 2 to accommodate his commitment to NBC's 'The New Normal,' but, well, we all know how that turned out. Rannells has been confirmed to return for 'Girls' season 3 in 2014, but should the Lena Dunham-scripted dramedy make it to season 4 in 2015, Rannells will count himself among the series regulars.
HBO gave us an early sneak peek at 'Girls' season 3 with the Instagram-y teaser trailer back in August, but now having officially set the return of Lena Dunham's Golden Globe-winning comedy for January 2014, we've got a much more substantial look at new footage and behind-the-scenes production. Find out who's depressed, who's working at a pizza shop, and who's waking up in random boys' beds in the first look at 'Girls' season 3!
HBO's 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'Eastbound & Down' seasons always manage to ease the long journey from 'Game of Thrones' and 'True Blood' each year, but the pay cable network is going all-out this January. Not only will 'Girls' premiere season 3 in January with a double dose of Hannah Horvath, but so too will moody A-list crime drama 'True Detective' and buzzing Jonathan Groff dramedy 'Looking.'
The big 'SNL' Tina Fey-centric return this past weekend certainly kicked things off on the right note, getting in a few shots at HBO's 'Girls' along the way with a sketch that featured Fey in the role of an Albanian refugee who contrasts the 'Girls' characters notoriously peppy lifestyles. 'Girls' creator Lena Dunham hasn't always been one to take parody in stride however, so what did Dunham have to say about the spoof?
'SNL' has never been shy about taking on some of the most popular and controversial topics in the modern world, so it's about time it finally got around to making fun of HBO's divisive 'Girls.' In a fake promo for a new season of Lena Dunham's acclaimed show, guest host Tina Fey and the rest of the cast propose some changes to the program's dynamic that we can't help but wish would actually come to pass.
Though HBO Golden Globe-winner 'Girls' courts plenty of controversy all on its own, series star Christopher Abbott made waves a few months ago with the news he would abruptly depart the series altogether, despite season 2 finale "Together" positioning his character Charlie for a larger role in season 3. Abbott was reported at the time to be feuding with creator and star Lena Dunham, though now the actor has finally gone on record to explain his departure.
The additions and departures of Netflix's 'Orange is the New Black' season 2 not withstanding, it seems criminal how long we'll have to wait for any new episodes. Thankfully, HBO's 'Girls' season 3 will bring us a Taystee treat earlier on in 2014, sentencing 'Orange is the New Black' favorite Danielle Brooks to the Lena Dunham-scripted comedy in season 3!
Last night proved big enough for HBO with the season 4 premiere of 'Boardwalk Empire' and the trailer debut of hotly anticipated crime drama 'True Detective,' but you didn't think they'd stop there, did you? The full lineup for fall 2013 and early 2014 gets the spotlight in new trailers for 'Girls' season 3, 'Treme' and 'Eastbound & Down''s final runs, Stephen Merchant's 'Hello Ladies' and more!
Given all the eyes on HBO last night for the 'True Blood' season 6 finale, "Radioactive," the premium cable network took the opportunity to preview one of its biggest series returning for a new season in 2014. No, not 'Game of Thrones' (we wish), but rather a first look at 'Girls' season 3! The photographic new teaser gives us an insight into what Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna and Jessa have gotten up to in the last year, so what can we expect from the January premiere?
It's been a good long while since we've heard much from the front of 'Girls' season 3, currently in production for a January 2014 premiere, though the Golden Globe-winning Lena Dunham dramedy has continued to add guest stars in the meantime. Latest to enter the Brooklyn fray is 'Like Crazy' star Felicity Jones, while co-showrunner Jenni Konner previewed that the series would take a much more realistic turn in the coming year.