Mark it on your calendars! "Girls" will be coming back this January!
Show creator Lena Dunham revealed the news on Instagram, sharing that the HBO comedy's season three premiere date has been scheduled for January 12. She added, "We're comin' right back #GIRLS."
The show will be back, with a notable cast shakeup. Christopher Abbott, who played Marnie's love interest, left the series earlier this year. But, a slew of other actors have been cast to fill the void, including "Orange Is The New Black" actress Danielle Brooks, rock goddess/Sonic Youth bassist Kim Gordon, "Zero Hour" actor Amir Arison, "90210" actress Natalie Morales and "Boardwalk Empire" actor Michael Zegen, among others. Little is known about what roles they will play.
Earlier this year, MTV News spoke to Allison Williams about the show's upcoming season and she promised the show will be as awesome as ever, if not more so.
"I think it's a very funny season. I think it's pretty lighthearted, but also it's just the third year in a row you get to see these girls, so I think people have gotten to know us pretty well by now and so you get to see different dimensions of all of us," she shared.
Well, now it seems 2014 can't come soon enough.