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The Gilded Age renewed for a third season

The HBO Original period drama will be making a grand return

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For those who can't get enough of Carrie Coon-led The Gilded Age, don't worry - we'll be getting some more. HBO has just renewed the popular Julian Fellowes period drama set in New York during the gilded age for a third season, only a few days after its season 2 finale on December 17.

According to Warner Bros Media, premiere-night viewing of the second season had grown six consecutive weeks, reaching a series high at the finale. About the renewal, HBO programming head Francesca Orsi said in a statement, “We’re so proud of what Julian Fellowes and THE GILDED AGE family have achieved. From the costumes to the production design and performances, the show has captivated so many week after week. Along with our partners at Universal Television, we are thrilled to continue this grand tale for a third season.”

There has been no further information about when the third season will begin shooting or when it will premiere. If you can't wait to get more Gilded Age vibes though, check out our guide on what to watch after The Gilded Age.

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Tiffany Babb is Popverse's deputy editor and resident Sondheim enthusiast. Tiffany likes stories that understand genre conventions (whether they play into them or against them), and she cries very easily at the movies— but rarely at the moments that are meant to be tearjerkers.