Two months after Shrill began his second season on Hulu, Source reports that Season 3 is underway.
Next, we know everything about Annie (Eddie Bryant) and the rest of the staff at The Weekly Thorn.
A release date has not been set for the third season
Although Variety reports that season 3 will have eight episodes. Season 2, also with eight episodes, premiered in January 2020. Meanwhile, the first season began in March 2019 with six seasons. The Hollywood Reporter noted that Shrill typically shoots Saturday Night Live during Bryant’s summer. Filming on SNL is currently delayed due to COVID-19 security concerns.
Bryant told THR that “he would love to do a third season.” He also delved into what Annie could mean to her:
We have many ideas that I think I am very excited to knit there. I think what I’m excited to show is that yes, she has come amid some of her insecurities, but she raises her ugly head. I think being in the dating world is like unleashing the city. And we got into this season, like the sixth episode where you see Annie rubbing a chew, but I’d love to dig a little deeper into the daily urges of being with a body that sometimes fools you or others. Gives. People have feelings and have to suffer. I just think it can be said and there is a lot to do with it.
Who is in the cast?
Most of the cast members are set to return to the series, inspired by Lindy West’s Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman.
the cast includes Annie’s coworker The Weekly Thorn, such as
- Ian Owens
- Patti Harrison
- John Cameron Mitchell
Season 2 also introduced a possible new love interest for Annie. In Episode 7, she meets Nick (Anthony Oberbeck), a professional-minded illustrator who designed Annie’s favorite theater cover.