Girls Season 3 Premiere Date Confirmed

By Jacob Klein on Oct 16, 2013 to Featured Post, Girls

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HBO has just confirmed that January will be a huge month for the premium cable network.  Not only is True Detective, a new series along with Getting On, another new series premiering in that month.  We now know that GIRLS season 3 will also air on that date as well.  Here’s the press release  straight from the top:

GIRLS returns for its third season immediately after the debut of TRUE DETECTIVE with a special presentation of two episodes back-to-back SUNDAY, JAN. 12 (10:00-11:00 p.m.), on HBO, followed by other half-hour episodes on subsequent Sundays at the same time. Created by and starring Lena Dunham, the Emmy®-winning series is a comic look at the assorted humiliations and rare triumphs of a group of girls in their 20s. Dunham executive produces along with Judd Apatow, Jenni Konner and Ilene S. Landress; Bruce Eric Kaplan is consulting producer. The cast also includes Jemima Kirke, Allison Williams, Zosia Mamet, Adam Driver and Alex Karpovsky.

Exciting times!  What an awesome night.  True Detective and then a DOUBLE episode of Girls season 3 on January 12th.  It seems like a while away but it will fly by.  See you in the new year!


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  • pipi

    i found this amazing thing that lena dunham said “..No one in this show is on welfare, no one has what we would call, in quotes, ‘real problems’, but I also believe problems are relative, and although some people are born in unspeakably terrible conditions, some people are born in the suburbs of Michigan and everybody is in pain. I’m talking about the kind of pain I know about. Other people talk about the pain they know about, and there’s room for all of it. My dad said this thing that really inspired the show in a lot of ways. He said this is the first time in American history when kids can expect to do less well than their parents.”

  • TrixieJ

    @pipi – Who cares what color the girls are? I can relate to a lot of episodes. I live in California, my circle consists of gay men, and I’m definitely not Jewish. Take the show for what it is; witty, insightful and funny as heck.

    • pipi

      i feel what you’re saying. but i do think that there is much more diversity in new york than this show portrays. i feel it would be more realistic and powerful if characters from different backgrounds were represented. i love the show and i too can relate to the characters immensely but i do have one criticism: the show focuses completely on white mens and womens lives making it difficult for audiences from other backgrounds to identify and feel included in the very honest, empowering and cleverly empathetic narrative. as you can see people do care about this as so much mainstream drama and film today ignores the cultural and ethnic diversity of america creating problems when it comes to the portrayal of people today especially when it comes to black women. we see few roles for african-american women creating an estrangement and negative mis-representations causing terrible depression and low self-esteem. although some may say ‘why should we care about what goes into entertainment? its meant to be enjoyable not overly politically correct. chill out’, we can now see, for example, the physical effects of the media sexualising, objectifying and photoshopping women with the rise of anxiety and eating disorders. these things are all inextricably linked. when i create something i do so without boundaries

  • pipi

    should be called white girls

  • http://thebrothersclegane.com/ MJ Snow

    I’m behind on comments, but I’m MORE THAN EXCITED about this! :D :D



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