Here’s What We Know About Minx Season 3

Here’s What We Know About Minx Season 3

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Minx has been a bit of a sleeper hit—the show originally premiered on (HBO) Max before being canceled and revived by Starz, where it aired its second season. The show follows a young woman in the 1970s as she teams up with a shady publisher to create the first women’s adult entertainment magazine.

Of course, the story has many twists and turns along the way, from shifting business alliances to surprising romantic matches. The second season recently wrapped up, so fans are now looking towards the future to find out just when the show will return. Here’s everything you need to know about Minx season 3.

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Has Minx season 3 been announced?

Minx hasn’t yet been renewed by Starz, but the good news is that Season 2 just finished airing just last week, so a renewal could happen soon.

Minx creator Ellen Rapoport also told Entertainment Weekly that she “absolutely” wanted a third season. “We have a lot of story to tell. I definitely want Season 3. Does anyone say no?”

When will Minx season 3 premiere?

The first Minx season premiered in 2022, and the second aired in 2023, so if the show is renewed it’ll likely premiere in 2024—but that would also depend on when the WGA and SAG-AFTRA strikes end.

Who’s in the cast of Minx season 3?

Main characters Ophelia Lovibond, Jake Johnson, Idara Victor, Jessica Lowe, Oscar Montoya, and Lennon Parham will pretty much definitely return, while new cast member Elizabeth Perkins is likely to return as well.

What will Minx season 3 be about?

There’s no word yet on which direction the show will go in next, but Jake Johnson, who plays sleazy publisher Doug, revealed that the team behind the show does listen to viewers’ opinions. “[Series creator] Ellen, writer Ben Karlin, and the whole team listened to the audience. They’d pick up on the little things people would say,” Johnson explained to The A.V. Club. “Some showrunners double down on their own genius, saying ‘The audience will catch up to me.’ What I respect is they said, ‘Let’s meet them somewhere or explore this more.’

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Temi Adebowale

Temi Adebowale was previously an Editorial Assistant at Men’s Health, covering shows like Survivor, Peaky Blinders, and Tiger King. Prior to her entertainment work at MH, she was Newsroom Fellow, writing news stories across Hearst Digital Media’s brands. Temi likes Rihanna, the StairMaster, and tacos.

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