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HBO’s “The Gilded Age” Embarks on a Grand Third Season Journey

by Talia M.
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In a resounding celebration of success, HBO’s original drama series, “The Gilded Age,” has been officially renewed for a third season. Created by Julian Fellowes, the mastermind behind “Downton Abbey,” the show has garnered acclaim for its stellar ensemble cast, meticulous costume design, and Emmy®-winning production artistry.

The recently concluded season two finale, which aired on December 17, marked a triumph as total premiere-night viewing witnessed a six-week consecutive growth, culminating in a series-high for the finale. Critics and audiences alike have lauded the season, with USA Today praising it as a “sparkling second season,” Entertainment Weekly dubbing it “opulent, over-the-top escapism,” and Rolling Stone identifying it as a production that “contains many delights.”

Francesca Orsi, EVP of HBO Programming, expressed pride in the show’s achievements, stating, “From the costumes to the production design and performances, the show has captivated so many week after week.” Erin Underhill, President of Universal Television, echoed this sentiment, highlighting the hard work of the cast and crew and emphasizing that fans “won’t want to miss what’s next.”

The logline for season two sets the stage for the American Gilded Age of 1883, portraying a period of profound economic change and conflict between old and new systems. The narrative weaves through the challenges faced by characters like Bertha Russell, George Russell, and Marian, as they navigate societal expectations and confront their own battles, providing viewers with a captivating blend of drama, intrigue, and historical context.

The impressive ensemble cast, featuring talents such as Carrie Coon, Christine Baranski, Cynthia Nixon, and Nathan Lane, has contributed to the series’ success. With Julian Fellowes at the helm as creator, writer, and executive producer, supported by a team of seasoned executives and producers, “The Gilded Age” is a co-production between HBO and Universal Television, a division of Universal Studio Group.

As the curtain falls on another riveting season, fans eagerly anticipate the unfolding saga of “The Gilded Age” in its upcoming third season, set to continue the grand tale of wealth, societal shifts, and personal triumphs in this captivating historical drama.


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