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Girls: Season 3 (2014)

Seasons:

TOMATOMETER

Average Rating: 7.8/10
Reviews Counted: 27
Fresh: 24
Rotten: 3

Critics Consensus: Still rife with shock value, Season 3 of Girls also benefits from an increasingly mature tone.

Average Rating: 7.7/10
Reviews Counted: 16
Fresh: 13
Rotten: 3

Critics Consensus: Still rife with shock value, Season 3 of Girls also benefits from an increasingly mature tone.

AUDIENCE SCORE

Average Rating: 3.6/5
User Ratings: 212

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Season Info

Another series, another roommate for Hannah (Lena Dunham), who begins No. 3 living with Adam (Adam Driver) now that they're a couple again. Unfortunately for these two, romantic bliss always seems just a bit out of reach, especially when they get a surprise visit from his unhinged sister (Gaby Hoffmann) on the night of Hannah's 25th birthday party, and aspiring actor Adam's upcoming Broadway debut in George Bernard Shaw's Major Barbara devours most of his time and attention. Meanwhile, Hannah's … More

Genre:
Comedy
Network:
HBO

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Episodes

1
Air date: Jan 12, 2014

Hannah and Adam host newly despairing Marnie and newly wild Shoshanna.

2
Air date: Jan 12, 2014

Hannah, Shoshanna and Adam take a road trip to reunite with Jessa, leaving Marnie feeling left out in NYC.

3
Air date: Jan 19, 2014

Adam's sister shows up needing a place to stay; Marnie micro-manages Hannah's 25th birthday party.

4
Air date: Jan 26, 2014

Hannah processes an untimely death; Jessa confronts an old friend; a video from Marnie's past resurfaces.

5
Air date: Feb 1, 2014

Hannah learns some unsettling professional news at her editor's funeral.

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Critic Reviews for Girls: Season 3

All Critics (27) | Top Critics (16) | Fresh (24) | Rotten (3)

The characters still interact in ways that feel true, but the comedy is now sharp enough to entertain viewers who don't happen to be affluent twentysomething white women.

Full Review… | February 6, 2014
Independent
Top Critic

By rejigging a few things and pushing some others to the forefront, the third season of Girls might actually be a stronger outing than the little-loved season two.

Full Review… | February 3, 2014
TV Equals

There's... a chance that Girls, like Hannah, has found its voice and that it doesn't speak for "a generation" or anything quite so presumptuous, that it merely speaks for itself. Still, I hope it's still occasionally plucky enough to try.

Full Review… | January 22, 2014
Grantland

Girls is no longer shocking just for the sake of shocking. Even a bit grown up, maybe.

Full Review… | January 21, 2014
Guardian
Top Critic

In the first few episodes of this season, Girls does a much better job of finding the balance between humor and drama that has eluded it in previous seasons.

Full Review… | January 15, 2014
Paste Magazine

The season 3 premiere of Girls shows us the show hasn't forgotten its funny bone, and it certainly hasn't forgotten its heart.

Full Review… | January 14, 2014
We Got This Covered

Although their moves might be forehead-slapping... that gritty take on friendship in the Internet age has been the heart of Girls since its inception.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014
Paste Magazine

I love the straight up honesty that is flowing between the characters this year.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014
TV Fanatic

It's not necessarily admirable, but Girls and Lena Dunham have decided that there's more fascination-and more comedy-in having its characters be messed up than in having them be likeable.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014
TIME Magazine

The show's lightness and quickness are also its strengths.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014
New Yorker

Girls remains extremely self-aware.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014

Girls is well aware of the conundrum Hannah and Adam and other characters are trapped in - we're all trapped in it, to some degree - and it has sense enough to let us figure this, and a lot of other things, out for ourselves.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014
New York Magazine/Vulture

Girls is as refreshing and audacious as ever and one of the few half-hour dramedies where you can feel its heart pounding and see its belly ripple with laughter.

Full Review… | January 13, 2014
Hollywood Reporter

Girls is back, and it's just as messy, funny and offbeat as ever.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
TheWrap

While the new season isn't quite as daring as the last, these first six episodes may be the funniest Girls has ever been.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
Time Out Chicago

We are talking too much about a show that is only about the hollowness of empty, despicable people.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
Washington Post

The writing is particularly sharp here.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
Uncle Barky

Three seasons in, Dunham and her team are better at doing what they've been trying to do all along: create a string of lovely character vignettes, with a deliberate disinterest in plot and a fascination with a certain zeitgeist.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
AV Club

In Season 3, [the characters] solipsism and callousness are even more pointed, all the more shocking, and still quite funny.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
New York Times

It's not Rainbow Brite and ponies, but it's as if Dunham hit her creative reset button, fixed her hair, and started looking at how these characters would begin to mature - with the exception of Shoshanna, who remains a chatty accessory to it all.

Full Review… | January 10, 2014
Boston Globe

Lena Dunham's controversial comedy returns, scrubbed up and seemingly calmed down.

Full Review… | January 9, 2014
Los Angeles Times

It's to Dunham's credit that the show doesn't always need to be funny. At a certain point, we just want to see the girls, at last, grow up.

Full Review… | January 9, 2014
The New Republic

Girls has come a long way: It's the sharpest show out there about the self-justifications of the self-obsessed and the immense power even of decaying friendships. That's the price Girls paid for beating the haters at their own game: It learned to hate.

Full Review… | January 9, 2014
Slate

Like Hannah herself, it no longer feels like it's trying quite so hard to experience edgy things just for the sake of material, so that both its shocks and its missteps come across as earned.

Full Review… | January 9, 2014
indieWIRE

What it clearly isn't doing, based on season three's opening salvo, is progressing much - yielding interesting moments, but also a sense of monotony.

Full Review… | January 8, 2014
Variety

If season 3 of Girls proves anything, it's that Lena Dunham listens to her haters.

Full Review… | January 8, 2014
Entertainment Weekly

In its third season, Girls remains just as disaffected and misanthropic as ever.

Full Review… | January 3, 2014
Slant Magazine

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