Someone finally did it! Someone just broke the social stigma relating to societal convection and Body – Shamming. Lindy West, the American writer, comedian, and activist, wrote the most feminist essay collection of all time Shrill: Notes From a Loud Woman. The collection was so much appreciated by people that it initially was adapted into a TV series.
The first Season premiered on March 15, 2019, on Hulu. After receiving a great reception from fans, the series was renewed for a second season on April 15, 2019. And eventually premiered on January 24, 2020. The series holds 91% approval from Rotten Tomatoes, and it’s IMDb rating is 7.5/10.
Fans are already demanding for Its third Season. When it’s hardly three months that season two ended. And why wouldn’t fans demand it? We all know that body – Shamming has become a global issue faced by every individual and not only women.
In this complexity, we just needed some inspiration and someone who can discuss and address this issue. And finally Lindy West did that, and we all got to watch Shrill. So when are we getting Season 3?
Shrill Season 3 Release Date
It’s good news for fans as the series was announced to be renewed on March 31, 2020. There is no official announcement yet, for the Release date of the series on Hulu.
But we can expect that scripts are in the development process. It may receive a setback or delay due to the global pandemic as all development has been halted. We can expect the series to premiere as early as in 2021.
Shrill Season 3 Cast
It takes a lot of strength to overcome one’s fear and get out of the comfort zone to play a role that is surrounded by social stigma. But the main cast Adian Mackenzy Bryant made it possible and broke all social norms and stereotypes. Without her, the series would be incomplete.
Most of the casts are to make a comeback. But the role of Luka Jones ( Ryan), Annie’s boyfriend, is doubtful because, in the last SeasonSeason, Annie broke up with her on and off boyfriend. Other Casts include
- Ian Owen as Amadi ( Annie’s colleague and friend)
- Lolly Adefope as Fran (Annie’s best friend)
- Patti Harrison as Ruthie (Annie’s colleague).
- Julia Sweeney as Vera (Annie’s mother)
- Daniel Stern as Bill (Annie’s father)