HBO Renews ‘Insecure’ For 3rd Season

Insecure Renewed

Insecure Renewed For A Third Season

Issa Rae’s hit HBO series Insecure is in the middle of its second season and fans seem to be loving it so far. Which is pretty great news because HBO just announced that they have renewed the series for a 3rd season. Issa got to share the news on Twitter and was pretty excited.

Actor from the show Jay Ellis, who plays Lawrence, recently talked about the show’s popularity and how it’s speaking to not just black people, but all audiences.

Insecure totally bumps that whole ‘black can’t travel’ stigma. What we’re starting to see is that we’re all human, and we all have these moments. Yes we are coming through the specific lens of these black people in Los Angeles, but everyone can relate to the things that they’re going through. For me, nothing makes me happier than knowing that there’s a young black man out somewhere who looks like me and gets to see representation of himself on television that is probably far truer than anything that has been on T.V. in the history of T.V. But it also makes me happy to know that people who don’t look like me feel like, ‘Oh! I can understand that and relate to that.’ It just makes black people and the black experience human. It humanizes us and shows that we go through all the same stuff as everybody else and everybody of all races can relate to some of our experiences. It’s really amazing.”


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