Insecure Season 3

Premiere Date, Episode Guide

Insecure season 3 started airing on Sunday, August 12, 2018. Subscribe below for season Three fan alert to get a short reminder email the day of the season finale — Sep 30, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to where we’ll have season recap and discussion.

List of Episodes

S3E1 Better-Like

S3E2 Familiar-Like

S3E3 Backwards-Like

S3E4 Fresh-Like

S3E5 High-Like

S3E6 Ready-Like

S3E7 Obsessed-Like

most recent episode S3E8 Ghost-Like

How many episodes are in season 3 of Insecure?

The season consists of 8 episodes.


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Yvonne Orji landed her role on HBO's 'Insecure' with no agent, no manager and zero acting experience - via Cnbc

"I said 'yes' to the temp job I hated [that] allowed me to perform comedy at night," she said. "I said 'yes' to taking over a stand-up show in New York City. I said 'yes' to a residency in a college production in Richmond, Virginia, that gave me two days to get there. I said 'yes' to being a writer in the writers' room for a TV show in L.A."

'Insecure's Amanda Seales To Make HBO Comedy Special Debut Next Year - via Deadline

Amanda Seales: I Be Knowin’, written by Seales and directed by Stan Lathan, will be produced by Jesse Collins Entertainment. The special was announced today by Nina Rosenstein, EVP Programming at HBO.

'Insecure' Star Amanda Seales' First Comedy Special Is Coming To HBO - via Essence

“Being a stand-up comic is an honor I don’t take lightly, because I consider humor to be a superpower that allows us to bear the weight of issues and concepts that otherwise seem so much bigger than us,” Seales said in a press release announcing the special.

Insecure's Natasha Rothwell on Finding Her Path to Hollywood - via Theatlantic

I found my way to New York and started performing at UCB. Because of that, I was seen by SNL and was able to write on SNL. Writing for Saturday Night Live opened a lot of doors for me. I took meetings with Amy Gravitt [the executive vice president of programming] over at HBO. We really connected in our meeting. She served in the Navy, and I’m an Air Force brat. At the end of our meeting she’s like, “Well, we have this show in development I think you’d be really good for. Do you know Awkward Black Girl?” I said, “Oh, yes. Of course I know that show.” She’s just like, “Yeah, it’s going to be a show from the same writer, Issa Rae.” Three months, later I interviewed for the writer’s room via FaceTime with Issa and Prentice, our show runner, and got the job. Basically, that’s how the University of Maryland led me to Insecure.

The Inspiration Behind the Great Clothes on 'Insecure' - via Nytimes

There is nothing subliminal about the aesthetic messaging of the HBO show “Insecure.” The fashion takes a stance: T-shirts bear pointed political messages, the likenesses of black heroes adorn many outfits, and much of the wardrobe is sourced from black designers. It is no coincidence that Shiona Turini, the fashion stylist and consultant behind many music videos, including Beyoncé’s “Formation” and Solange’s “Cranes,” was behind some of this season’s image.

Previously on Insecure: Over the course of one pivotal month, Issa, Molly and Lawrence face choices affecting their work and personal lives, with each considering whether to embrace a new future or look back to the past.

Critics Reviews

    As much as this show focuses on the pecuniary nuts and bolts of “making it,” Insecure also cherishes the beauty of the everyday in its every gorgeous frame. The show toggles between devastatingly funny and quietly poignant with unflappable ease, and its performances and music direction continue to be some <...> - by Vanity Fair [Sonia Saraiya]

    Dating is hard, especially when it seems the end result of any date, even the first one, seems to just be guys wanting to get laid. So does Issa really want to return to that world? The one which lacks commitment, or will she stay with her bum of a boyfriend? Much less, she has that presentation to get to. Speaking <...> - by Wherever I Look - Season 3 [Amari Sali]

    This year, 19 cinematographers received Emmy nominations for their work in one of three categories: Outstanding Cinematography for a Single-Camera Series (Half-Hour), Single-Camera Series (One Hour), and Limited Series or Movie. If anything, the show needs more of them, in part because there are stretches where <...> - by indieWire [Ben Travers]

    Issa’s ex is not a presence, at least for the first half of the eight-episode season, and while fans might be begging for his return (over 11,000 signed a petition on, Issa is keeping busy. With a credit score that might as well be in the negative triple digits, she moonlights as a Lyft driver to save <...> - by Boston Herald [Mark A. Perigard]

    However imperfect Lawrence was as a partner, he succeeded as a character, and his departure shouldn’t be taken as a retroactive condemnation. It’s not that some viewers won’t mourn the disappearance of a flawed yet likable—and, of course, easy on the eyes—bedrock of Insecure as we knew it. It’s that, in an <...> - by The Ringer [Alison Herman]


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