A Series of Unfortunate Events really is going to Get Out with Season 3. Not only has the Netflix drama triple-confirmed that Season 3 will end the series, but new reports place Girls and Get Out alum Allison Williams in a mysterious role that might emerge as early as next week.
We’ve all naturally wanted to see the girls of Girls cross over with Sherlock, and Showtime’s Patrick Melrose might be our best bet. Allison Williams has joined the Benedict Cumberbatch miniseries cast in a role that’s practically Marnie rearranged.
Stranger Things may have moved from the Upside Down to whatever nightmare-scape populates Season 2, but leave it to Sunday’s MTV Movie Awards to combine two of the biggest sunken places of recent memory. Get Out meets Stranger Things in a new star-studded parody from the 2017 MTV Movie and TV Awards, and no tree is safe.
HBO’s Girls may be saying goodbye next Sunday, but don’t expect everyone to attend the farewell. Half the title Girls apparently won’t take part in the sixth season (and series) finale, as this past week’s “Goodbye Tour” lives up to the name.
After six years, Hannah Horvath might finally be the voice of someone’s generation. That’s the understatement of Girls’ first series finale trailer, as the sixth year for Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, Shoshanna, Adam and Elijah comes to an end next week.
We’re three episodes deep into the final season of Girls (the third of which you can watch ahead of the Oscars), but one wonders how Hannah, Marnie, Jessa and Shoshanna will close out the series. Allison Williams in particular had her own idea for Marnie’s (and another character’s) end, but does sharing it with Seth Meyers mean it won’t happen?