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Judd Apatow Hints at 'Girls' Season 3 Renewal

November 13, 2012 (7:32 am) GMT
The executive producer says that they're preparing to start filming the third season of the Lena Dunham-starring HBO comedy series.
Judd Apatow Hints at 'Girls' Season 3 Renewal

"" hasn't premiered its second season yet, but HBO has possibly given a greenlight for a third installment of the critically acclaimed series. It's executive producer who lets the cat ouf of the bag as saying, "We're about to shoot the third season of 'Girls'," during an interview for The DP/30 Channel to promote his upcoming movie "".

Apatow doesn't share further details of the potential third season, but Deadline reports that HBO has been working on to bring back executive producer Jenni Konner for another season of the new hit comedy. Once Konner's deal is sealed, the show will move on to lock the writing staff in anticipation of the third season.

In a statement released after Apatow hints at the impending season 3, HBO neither denies nor confirms the early pickup. "We're looking forward to the launch of season two and hope to have good news shortly thereafter," a representative for the cable channel says.

HBO ordered a second season of "Girls" in April, when the show was in the middle of airing its inaugural season. Production for the second chapter wrapped up in September and the -starring series will return Sunday, January 13, 2013 at 9 P.M.

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