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Julia Louis-Dreyfus Reviews Her Son In Sex Lives Of College Girls Season 2

Julia Louis-Dreyfus has reviewed her son’s role in Season 2 of the series Sex Lives Of College Girls, which has been renewed for Season 3.

Julia Louis-Dreyfus shared her thoughts about her son, Charlie Hall, and his role in the popular series The Sex Lives Of College Girls. The show was created by Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble and premiered on HBO Max in November 2021 to nearly universal critical acclaim. The series was subsequently renewed for season 2, which HBO Max reported was the top-performing original on the streamer during its run. The show is centered on four women who begin the story as freshmen at the fictional Essex College in Vermont. It follows their sexually active lifestyles, their college experience, and their paths to adulthood.


While Louis-Dreyfus was a guest on a recent episode of Jimmy Kimmel Live, host Jimmy Kimmel steered the conversation to the actress’ son and his role (which will hopefully last more than one season, unlike Nico from season 1) on what both agreed was a “racy” show.

Kimmel asked the Veep and Seinfeld actress whether she watched the show, fearing she might “see something you haven’t seen in a while.” Kimmel was referring to Hall’s romantic scenes with Alyah Chanelle Scott, who plays Whitney on the show. Louis-Dreyfus doesn’t skip a beat in giving Kimmel a perfectly hilarious response to such a question. Check out her full quote below.

I mean I did watch the show, and I think he was really great. He was adorable! He was f***ing some girl in the library, and I thought it was dynamite!

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What To Expect From Sex Lives Of College Girls Season 3

The Sex Lives of College Girls Season 2 Episode 6 Charlie Hall Alyah Chanelle Scott

Before season 2 of The Sex Lives Of College Girls was even finished airing, HBO Max had already renewed the hit show for season 3. If it follows the same trajectory as seasons 1 and 2, we expect season 3 to hit the HBO Max streaming platform with another 10-episode order by mid-November 2023. Audiences were likely holding their breath near the end of season 2 as HBO Max announced a slew of cancelations around that same time. Thankfully, the ladies of Essex College will be back for at least one more season, which is very welcome news considering season 2 of Sex Lives Of College Girls left a lot of things up in the air for the main characters.

When viewers last saw their favorite freshmen quartet, there was a lot of drama as they finished their first year at Essex College. Bela (Amrit Kaur) had decided that she was transferring schools following her unceremonious departure from the Foxy due to her poor treatment of the other girls and the loss of her new housing. Leighton (Renee Rapp) spurned the sorority lifestyle to spend more time at the Women’s Center and also rekindled with love interest Alicia (Midori Francis). Finally, there was trouble in paradise between suitemates Whitney and Kimberly (played by Pauline Chalamet, Timothee Chalamet’s sister) after Kimberly kisses Whitney’s ex, Canaan (Christopher Meyer), and then lies about that transgression.

That’s a lot of loose threads that the Kaling-Noble writing team can pull on for season 3. A redemption arc for Bela would seem like a natural progression after how her character ended things in season 2 (which has already been hinted at by Noble), and exploring Leighton’s transformation from a rich sorority girl to a more caring and mature adult would also be intriguing. Evidently, Kimberly and Whitney’s relationship will need fixing. Noble has also said that the rooming situation of the four ladies going into their sophomore year will also be a big storyline. Giving some secondary characters, such as Canaan or Lily, a bit of screen time would give more depth to the show.


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Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live

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