'Shrill' Season 3: Air time, how to live stream, trailer, cast and all you need to know about Hulu show
This is the final season of the Hulu original that will be remembered as short and sweet by most
The Aidy Bryant-led dramedy is back for its third and final season. As disappointing as the news is, we have to accept that 'Shrill' had run its course. Anymore of Bryant's portrayal of the confused and vulnerable Annie Easton would have been too much for the viewers to take.
It's commendable that the creators gave Annie a storyline that supports depth and growth of character. Season 3 will pick from where it left — Annie dumping her boyfriend and focusing on personal development, which includes making wise career choices as well.
'Shrill' Season 3 will release on Hulu on May 7 at 3 am ET. For more information, check your local listings.
How to live stream
Those interested can binge-watch 'Shrill' Season 3 here. It exclusively streams on Hulu, which is a paid subscription.
"Season three of Shrill finds Annie (Aidy Bryant) energized by her breakup with dud boyfriend Ryan and her newfound momentum at work. Annie feels like everything is finally falling into place for her, but does she know how to get what she wants?" the press release reads.
Aidy Brant aside, the series stars Lolly Adefope, Ian Owens, John Cameron Mitchell, ER Fightmaster and Patti Harrison.
Naturally, fans were bummed out that this was the final season of a show that will be remembered as short and sweet by most. "Why is this the final season? This show is so good. Hopeful Aidy has something new in the works," one commented, while another shared: "Cant wait! Wish it wasnt ending though! At least one more season." A third wrote: "not the final!!!!!!! i really enjoy watching this show!" Since it was released, the trailer has clocked roughly 57K views, which is decent given that it's an OTT release and has only been around for a couple of years.
'Shrill' is executive produced by Ali Rushfield. Aidy Bryant, Lindy West, Rob Klein, Elizabeth Banks, Max Handelman, Lorne Michaels, and Andrew Singer serve as showrunners. Broadway Video and Brownstone Productions produce the show and Warner Bros Television serves as the international distributor.
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