‘Girls’ Season 3 Announced

The HBO network has confirmed the renewal of the Lena Dunham created series Girls. The actress also informed actor Alec Baldwin of the good news while speaking with the ‘30 Rock’ star on his podcast. “We’re starting season three at the end of March,” she shared. Adding, “I’m so excited.” The Golden Globes winner for best comedy actress has revealed that ‘Girls’ will be taking over the Silvercup Studios stage previously used Baldwin’s ‘30 Rock’.

At present, HBO is said to be working on finalizing a few deals to move into the new season. The network is reportedly in talks to have executive producer Jenni Konner return as co-show runner to direct the cast that includes lead actors Lena Dunham as Hana, Allison Williams in the role of Marnie, Jemima Kirke as Jessa and Zosia Mamet as Shoshanna. Adam Driver and Alex Karpovsky also star.

‘Girls’ is also said to be pulling together a new writing team and will be adding co-executive producer Paul Simms to the line-up since Bruce Eric Kaplan is taking leave from the comedy series. Kaplan is now working on his HBO pilot. Dunham’s series is currently airing on HBO in its second season that debuted to 3.8 million viewers.