HBO Original Drama Series “Industry” Returns for Thrilling Third Season on August 11

Industry. Myha’la as Harper. Photograph by Nick Strasburg/HBO
Molly Se-kyung Molly Se-kyung

HBO is set to premiere the highly anticipated third season of the critically acclaimed drama series “Industry” on Sunday, August 11, from 9:00-10:00 p.m. ET/PT. Created by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay, the eight-episode season will also be available for streaming on Max.

“Industry” offers an insider’s perspective on the high-stakes world of finance, chronicling the lives of young bankers as they navigate the intense environment of Pierpoint & Co’s London office. The series has garnered praise for its gritty portrayal of the financial sector, blending professional ambition with personal turmoil amid a backdrop of sex, drugs, and power plays.

This season, Pierpoint & Co embarks on an ambitious new chapter by placing a significant bet on ethical investing. Characters Yasmin (Marisa Abela), Robert (Harry Lawtey), and Eric (Ken Leung) become pivotal players in the high-profile IPO of Lumi, a green tech energy company spearheaded by Henry Muck, played by Kit Harington. The storyline delves deep into the interconnected realms of finance, media, and government, promising viewers a riveting journey to the heights of power and influence.

Meanwhile, Harper (Myha’la Herrold) returns with a renewed fervor for the adrenaline-fueled world of finance. After leaving Pierpoint, she partners with FutureDawn portfolio manager Petra Koenig, portrayed by Sarah Goldberg, setting the stage for dynamic new alliances and strategic maneuvers.

The returning cast for season three includes Myha’la Herrold, Marisa Abela, Harry Lawtey, Ken Leung, Conor MacNeill, Sagar Radia, Indy Lewis, Adam Levy, Sarah Parish, Trevor White, Elena Saurel, and Irfan Shamji. New additions to the ensemble are Kit Harington as Henry Muck, Sarah Goldberg as Petra Koenig, Miriam Petche as Sweetpea Golightly, Andrew Cavill as Lord Norton, Roger Barclay as Otto Mostyn, Fady Elsayed as Ali El Mansour, and Fiona Button as Denise Oldroyd.

The series is created, written, and executive produced by Mickey Down and Konrad Kay. “Industry” is a Bad Wolf Production for HBO/BBC, with Jane Tranter, Kate Crowther, and Ryan Rasmussen serving as executive producers for Bad Wolf, and Rebecca Ferguson for BBC. The third season’s directorial team includes Mickey Down, Konrad Kay, Isabella Eklöf, and Zoé Wittock.

As “Industry” continues to captivate audiences with its unflinching look at the world of high finance, the third season promises to push boundaries and explore new dimensions of power, ambition, and ethical dilemmas. Mark your calendars for August 11 and prepare for an exhilarating ride into the heart of corporate intrigue.

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Industry: Myha’la, Harry Lawtey and Marisa Abela. Photograph by Simon Ridgway/HBO
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Molly Se-kyung is a novelist and film and television critic. She is also in charge of the style sections.
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