The social stigma related to body-shamming is not a new thing, and therefore it needs to be addressed on a global platform. The feminists and activists have been playing a major role. To eradicate and address this issue from every corner of the world. Likewise, Lindy West, an American writer, comedian, and activist, wrote one of the most feminist collection of essays of all time. Shrill: Notes from a Loud.
The essay was appreciated worldwide that it was initially adapted into a television series on Hulu. The first SeasonSeason aired on March 15, 2019, bringing success, and at the same time, a plot for season 2 as well. It’s the second SeasonSeason premiered on January 24, 2020. There is no doubt that the series got a huge reception from fans. Further, the series got an approval of 91% from Rotten Tomatoes and an IMDB rating of 7.5/10.
It always feels right when we know that someone is out there. To discuss this issue and inspire us at all levels. It’s been hardly three months that season 2 ended, but fans are already waiting for the arrival of new SeasonSeason. So are we getting Season? If yes, then when?
Shrill Season 3 Release Date
Its good news for all the fans as the renewal of season 3 has been announced officially on March 31, 2020. However, there is no confirmation about the release date of the series yet.
But according to some sources, the scripts are in the development stage. Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, it may receive a set back as all the ongoing production and development has been called out.
Shrill Season 3 Cast
For every actor, it takes a lot of strength and determination for the portrayal of a particular role. And to play a role that is surrounded by social stigma with millions of people watching. It builds to another level of pressure and responsibility.
But the main cast Adian Mackenzy Byrant took the challenge and broke the social stigma. Most of the cast will make a comeback, but the role of Luke Jones is doubtful. As in the last SeasonSeason, we witnessed their ultimate break up scene. The other casts to reprise their roles are
- Lolly Adefope as Fran ( Annie’s best friend)
- Julia Sweeney as Vera (Annie’s mother)
- Daniel Stern as Bill (Annie’s father)