Girls, Season 3
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Hannah Horvath (Lena Dunham) is entering her mid-20s and is in a committed relationship with Adam (Adam Driver), with both settling into newfound domesticity in Hannah's apartment...but she's still a volatile mess of anxieties, insecurities and uncertainty. HBO presents Season 3 of this Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R)-winning comedy series about Hannah and her circle of 20-something friends in New York City. As Hannah works to rehabilitate her writing career, Marnie (Allison Williams) adjusts to life after Charlie; newly single Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) looks to balance partying and studying; and Jessa resurfaces to continue her streak of disrupting the lives of everyone around her.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoFemales Only||Season Three Premiere. Reeling after a nasty run-in with Natalia at Ray's new coffee & pizza place, Hannah and a reluctant Adam host dinner at their apartment with Marnie, who is living at home in New Jersey and still raw from her breakup with Charlie, and Shoshanna, who is alternating nights of sexual freedom with academia after her breakup with Ray. Meanwhile, Jessa pushes buttons, and new friend Jasper illuminates her daddy issues.||29:30||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoTruth or Dare||Hannah, Shoshanna and Adam take a road trip to reunite with Jessa, leaving Marnie feeling left out as she moves into her own place. On the trip, Hannah looks futilely for writing inspiration in order to meet her editor's deadline.||24:40||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoShe Said OK||When Adam's eccentric and emotionally toxic sister Caroline shows up unannounced, Hannah offers her a place to stay despite Adam's protests. Marnie's control-freak tendencies reach full tilt at Hannah's 25th birthday party. Ray settles into his role as manager at the new restaurant but has a harder time keeping cool around Shoshanna.||29:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoDead Inside||Hannah tries to process an untimely death but seems more concerned about its impact on her eBook deal. Jessa tracks down an old friend she thought was dead. Marnie is horrified to discover a video Charlie posted online.||27:35||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoOnly Child||Hannah is thrilled to be in the presence of the literary illuminati at the funeral of her editor, David Pressler-Goings, until she learns that her eBook deal may also be dead. Later, she tries to help Adam and Caroline work through their anger issues; Jessa makes some positive changes; and Ray gives Marnie some candid advice.||29:03||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoFree Snacks||Hannah gets a job writing advertorials at GQ but worries the corporate environment will kill her creative mojo. Shoshanna rethinks her breakup in light of Ray's newfound success, while he and Marnie butt heads over lunch.||28:27||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoBeach House||During a Long Island weekend getaway with the girls, Hannah runs into Elijah and invites him and his friends to the beach house, hoping to take the pressure off of Marnie's rigorous schedule for honesty and healing.||29:22||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoIncidentals||During a GQ advertorial interview, Patti LuPone warns Hannah that Adam will change now that he's been cast in a Broadway play. Meanwhile, Jessa's boredom at work is interrupted by an unexpected visit from Jasper, an old friend. Later, Hannah is assigned to review the Gramercy Park Hotel, and the group celebrates Adam's success with his cast mate Desi, who Marnie finds particularly captivating.||29:20||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|9||Closed CaptioningVideoFlo||While visiting her ailing grandmother in the hospital, Hannah is surprised by a strange request from her mother. Later, Hannah shares an uncomfortable drink with her overachieving med student cousin Rebecca.||26:40||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|10||Closed CaptioningVideoRole-Play||Alarmed by Adam's indifference after she fails to come home after a night out with her co-workers, Hannah worries that the spark may be gone in their relationship. Marnie begins working at Soo Jin's art gallery, though not in the role she expected; later, Desi helps her rediscover her voice. Shoshanna has a surprise for Jessa.||28:56||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|11||Closed CaptioningVideoI Saw You||Hannah gets a glimpse of some harsh realities when she invites Elijah to join her in her quest to complete an unfinished assignment. Jessa searches for a job. Hannah, Shoshanna and Elijah attend Marnie's open-mic performance.||29:22||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|12||Closed CaptioningVideoTwo Plane Rides||Season Three Finale. On the day of Adam's opening night, Hannah gets news that could change the direction of her career and her relationship. Marnie chooses an inopportune moment to divulge a secret to Shoshanna, who is dealing with her own unexpected news. Jessa's boss asks for an unusual favor.||28:55||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|101||Closed CaptioningVideoGirls, Season 3: Trailer||Get a glimpse at where Hannah and her friends are headed in Season 3 of the award-winning HBO series 'Girls.'||1:25||Free||View in iTunes|
|102||Closed CaptioningVideoGirls, Season 3: In Production||The cast and creators of 'Girls' reveal some of the intriguing story arcs coming to the hit series in Season 3.||1:47||Free||View in iTunes|
|103||VideoGirls, Season 3: Marnie Michaels - What I Am (Music Video)||Here's the notorious, full-length music video from 'Girls', Season 3: Marnie (Allison Williams) belting out the 1988 Edie Brickell & New Bohemians hit 'What I Am.'||2:38||Season Only||View in iTunes|
|104||Closed CaptioningVideoGirls, Season 2: Recap||Take a quick look back at all of the hilarious and dramatic twists and turns from Season 2 of the acclaimed HBO series 'Girls.'||1:02||Free||View in iTunes|
|105||VideoGirls, Season 3: Alternate Season 3 Intro (Deleted Scene)||A rehabbing Jessa leaves her mark on a volleyball game in this alternate opening sequence from a Season 3 episode of 'Girls.'||1:28||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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Best show ever
Best show ever
No longer interesting.
I'm convinced that the only person that doesn't realize that Hannah (as well as Lena in real life) has become an annoying, unpleasant bore, spoiled by all the attention, is Hannah/Lena. The show is nothing more than a vehicle where she can show off her unhealthy, sloppy figure in ways that no longer have anything to do with the storyline, which I'm sure in her self-important way thinks she's making some kind of statement, and the only reason I still watch is for Adam Driver, Allison Williams, and Zosia Mamet. The unlikeable Jemimah and the other uninteresting people that Lena forces into the show to give her personal friends work has ruined what was (in season one) an interesting new show with interesting new people. This show has gone from fantastic to terrible in 2.5 seasons.
- SD Version
- Genre: Comedy
- Released: Mar 24, 2014
- © 2013 Home Box Office, Inc.
- CCin English for some episodes