Insecure Season 3
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 23, 2018. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S3E1 Better-like
next episode S3E2 Familiar-like
The season consists of 7 episodes.
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Everything You Need To Know Before You Watch The Season Three Premiere Of 'Insecure' - via Essence
So to prepare for the shows return, we’ve put together a handy guide to all the things we know about the upcoming season, using cast interviews, clues from the season three trailer and teaser, and theories we’ve seen swirling around the internet.
'Toxic Black Masculinity' Will Be Addressed in 'Insecure' Season 3, Issa Rae Says - via Newsweek
"I think we've watched our characters really fumble and fuck up—and in some ways, in your 20s, you are allowed that," Rae said. "This season is about not acting like you're naïve anymore or that you don't know better. So it is about, what does it look like to know better and to do better?"
'Insecure' to Address 'Toxic Black Masculinity' During Season 3 - via Ebony
Issa Rae is hard at work wrapping up the third season of her HBO hit, Insecure. Although fans will have to wait until the August 12 premiere for the show’s return, the Los Angeles native recently shared that she plans to address how toxic masculinity affects relationships between Black men and women this time around.
Issa Rae Says 'Insecure' May Explore 'Toxic Black Masculinity' In Season Three - via Essence
“I love Black masculinity as it relates to Black women,” she said. “I think that’s something interesting that we haven’t gotten a chance to explore yet — and specifically toxic male Black masculinity as it relates to black women. I’m trying to find a way to explore that and get a rounded storyline that isn’t preachy.”
Issa Rae Says Season 3 Of 'Insecure' Will Focus On Toxic Masculinity - via Hiphopwired
I don’t want to give anything away! But I love black masculinity as it relates to black women. I think that’s something interesting that we haven’t gotten a chance to explore yet — and specifically toxic male black masculinity as it relates to black women. I’m trying to find a way to explore that and get a rounded storyline that isn’t preachy.
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.
They’re adorable solutions-driven segments that clock in at under 15 minutes, but they’re also legitimately entertaining, and might even help keep a few child care providers from losing their minds. Can these characters become your kid’s new best friends? I have no idea. But it’s better than Barney the <...> - by Salon.com [Melanie McFarland]
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]
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]
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]
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 care2.com), 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]