What We Know So Far on 'The Gilded Age' Season Three

HBO's fan-favorite period drama The Gilded Age has returned for its second installment, and as we dive into a new batch of opulent costumes and scandalous storylines among 19th-century NYC's high society, fans are wondering whether the ladies will return for a third social season.

The series from Downton Abbey creator Julian Fellowes premiered in January 2022 to quick praise from fans of upper-class intrigue. It follows new arrival Marian Brook (Louisa Jacobson), who moves in with her old-money aunts (played by Christine Baranski and Cynthia Nixon) in upper Manhattan and quickly comes at odds with the traditional Dos and Don'ts of upper society. While Marion (and the audience) gets the swing of things, she's also introduced to a stacked cast of characters, including new-money power couple George and Bertha Russell (Morgan Spector and Carrie Coon).

Now that season two is finally making its debut on HBO and Max, is a season three renewal on the horizon? Below, see what we know about the period drama's future so far.

Has The Gilded Age been renewed for a third season?

HBO has stayed mum on The Gilded Age's future so far, as Hollywood's still in a tumultuous state with the ongoing SAG-AFTRA strike. It's likely that fans will hear news about a possible third season after reviewing viewership stats for season two.

denée benton, louisa jacobson in the gilded age
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When would The Gilded Age season three be released?

Season two premieres on October 29, over a year and a half after the show debuted in the beginning of 2022. If both the season three renewal and the resolution of the actors' strike both come quickly, the series could return by winter 2024/2025.

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