The season 3 finale of Girls, “Two Plane Rides,” airs tonight on HBO. Check out our full preview below and prepare for Adam’s Broadway debut!

This season of Girls took Hannah, Marnie, Jessa, and Shoshanna through a ringer of personal changes and tests of loyalty with each other and the people they keep close. Hannah, perhaps the most out of anyone, has experienced the greatest amount change, but it is still too early to say whether she will grow from it all.

Previously on ‘Girls’

With Adam’s big debut approaching, he decides that spending time away from Hannah and her “drama” is the best move for him right now. Hannah is not quite sure how this change will affect her relationship, since she thinks that Adam is viewing her more as a chore rather than a partner.

Jessa, coming down from her month or so spent riding a hazy drug rollercoaster with Jasper, remains under the watchful eye of Shoshanna. Her little intervention continues to show a side of Shoshanna not seen before her drunken outburst at the beach. Meanwhile, Marnie and her new musical partner Desi are writing sweet melodies, but the creative spark is giving Marnie the desire to do “it” not just “duet.”

This week on ‘Girls’

Elijah, Marnie, Hannah, and Shoshanna attend Adam’s big opening on the great white way. Jessa’s new job as an assistant to a prominent artist takes an interesting turn as her employer asks for an unusual favor. Shoshanna also needs to take a step back and examine the options for her future as she experiences an unexpected bump in her master plan to take over the business world.

Hannah and Adam’s careers may or may not decide the future of their relationship for them. At the start of the season it seemed like nothing could break up their domestic life, but as Adam grows in his career and Hannah receives yet another job opportunity, their relationship may move further down the list of things to invest their energy in.

Check out the promo below and be sure to check back for the full recap later tonight!

Watch Girls season 3, episode 12 “Two Plane Rides” tonight at 10 p.m. ET on HBO

The News

The DCEU in a post ‘Wonder Woman’ world

Where does the DC Extended Universe go after the major success of Wonder Woman? A recent interview with Geoff Johns and Jon Berg, the co-runners of the DCEU, sheds light on the studio’s culture and intended direction (and fills this die-hard DC fan with a lot of excitement).

The Podcasts

Hype is our flagship podcast talking all things fandom

Episode #149 – The Bragnargh

Hype Podcast talks the Black Panther and Coco trailers, the negative The Mummy reviews, Orange is the New Black and much more.

June 14, 2017
The Reviews