'Girls' Season 3 Trailer: Hannah Finally Writes, Marnie's Singing Uploaded (Video)
A new trailer for the upcoming third season of Lena Dunham's HBO comedy finally adds fuel to two characters' creative careers.
HBO has a released a second trailer for the upcoming third season of Girls, spotlighting the major professional moves by two of the twentysomething New Yorkers.
"It's really amazing that all three of you have accomplished so little in the four years since college -- I mean, think about it, four years," says Zosia Mamet's Shoshanna at the beginning of the trailer, to which Lena Dunham's Hannah nonchalantly responds, "Four years is like nothing."
Yet the trailer also reveals that Hannah's writing career is finally on the rise (for real this time, not just a pseudo-eBook deal), as she moves into a cubicle at a magazine (though with her last name misspelled) that also employs a character played by Jenna Lyons, creative director of J. Crew. Additionally, another editor enters a conference room and announces that she and her colleague have read Hannah's work. "I get you, Hannah Horvath," she says, "and I like you."
The trailer also shows Allison Williams' Marnie in what appears to be a music video for a song called "What I Am" (uploaded by the user FORBIDCharlie1986, with an avatar of Christopher Abbott's face), hinting that the former art gallery staffer still is pursuing a singing career. Jemima Kirke, Adam Driver, Andrew Rannells, Alex Karpovsky and Jon Glaser also are shown.
Watch the newly released trailer below, ahead of the series' Jan. 12 return with back-to-back episodes.
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