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Miriam Shor stars as Diana Trout on the critically acclaimed TV Land series "Younger." The actress and director was born in Minneapolis, and at six months old, she moved to Venice, Italy, where her academic father was teaching. She began doing plays in high school and received a BFA in theatre and a BA in English from the University of Michigan. After graduation, she moved to New York City to pursue a career in the theatre.

For her role as marketing powerhouse Diana in "Younger," Miriam garnered a 2018 Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. That same year, she also made her directorial debut in Season 5 of "Younger" to much critical acclaim.

Shor recurred as Erica Haskard in the final season of FX's "The Americans," which earned her a 2018 SAG Award nomination alongside the ensemble cast.

On the film side, Shor can be seen in George Clooney's post-apocalyptic drama, "The Midnight Sky" opposite Kyle Chandler and in the Netflix drama "Lost Girls" opposite Amy Ryan, Gabriel Byrne, Lola Kirke and Thomasin McKenzie. Directed by Oscar nominee Liz Garbus, the film is based on the book "Lost Girls: An Unsolved American Mystery" by Robert Kolker and depicts the harrowing true story of a mother searching for her missing daughter on Long Island.
In the early 1990s, Shor landed a variety of roles in many off-Broadway productions, including the rock musical "Hedwig and the Angry Inch" by John Cameron Mitchell, where she played drag queen Yitzhak. In 2001, she starred in the musical's critically successful film adaptation, which is now a cult hit. In 2002, she received an Outfest Screen Idol Award for her portrayal of Yitzhak. She also lent her voice to the film's Grammy-nominated soundtrack.  Having gone back to her theatre roots many times, Shor has worked with a range of renowned artists such as Stephen Sondheim, Terrence McNally and Lanford Wilson. In 2016, Shor costarred in the Public Theater's "extraordinarily moving drama" (The New York Times) "Sweat" by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage, which received a Tony nomination for Best Play.
Shor has appeared in more than a dozen films throughout her career, including Mary Stuart Masterson's drama "Cake Eaters," the comedy "Bedazzled" with Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley, and "Puerto Ricans in Paris" alongside Luis Guzmán and Edgar Garcia.

Shor's series television credits include playing Cricket Caruth-Reilly on ABC's 2012 comedy series "GCB" alongside Leslie Bibb, Kristin Chenoweth and Annie Potts, as well as "Then Came You," "Inside Schwartz," "Big Day" and "Swingtown." She also recurred in the FX drama "Damages," the HBO miniseries "Mildred Pierce" and as the dogged reporter Mandy Post in three seasons of "The Good Wife." Her guest star credits include "Mrs. America," "High Maintenance," "Broad City," "Jessica Jones," "The Mysteries of Laura," "Becker," "The West Wing," "My Name Is Earl," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent" and "Bored to Death."
Shor speaks fluent Italian, having grown up splitting her time between Detroit and both Venice and Torino, Italy.  She lives with her husband and two daughters in Manhattan. She loves to travel but having established her status as a true New Yorker, she hates driving.

Nico Tortorella stars as Josh in the critically acclaimed TV Land series "Younger." Nico is a renaissance human for the modern day. An actor, seeker and dedicated champion of the LGBTQIA+ community, they are using their voice to help break down stereotypes and educate in the process.

A longtime lover of theater, Nico sang and tap-danced opposite their "Younger" costar Sutton Foster for four of her tour dates with The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 2016, and they made their theater debut in Jordan Jaffe's play "Crude," which earned rave reviews for their portrayal of Jaime, most notably from The New York Times.

Other television credits include "The Beautiful Life," "Menendez: Blood Brothers" and a series regular role opposite Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy on Fox's hugely successful series "The Following." In 2020, Nico starred in AMC's "The Walking Dead: World Beyond," a continuation of the hugely popular franchise that focuses on the first generation of kids to come of age during the zombie apocalypse. They are currently in production on the second season.

Nico began their journey with activism with the debut of their podcast in summer 2016. Titled "The Love Bomb," it's comprised of their original spoken word pieces as well as in-depth interviews exploring the all-encompassing topic of love and the labels associated with them. Nico's intimate conversations with personalities from all walks of life found an immediate audience and became a breeding ground for in-depth, lively explorations on topics that included intimacy, humanity, gender, sexuality, intersectionality, love, race, religion, queer identities and identity politics. Nico opened up about their own path that led them to the decision to identify as sexually fluid -- and as a working actor in Hollywood, everything that came with that revelation.
 
An accomplished author, Nico has a two-book deal with Penguin Random House. Their collection of poetry "all of it is you" was released in 2018 to wide acclaim, followed by "Space Between" in 2019. The memoir recounts their investigation of love, sex, gender, addiction, family, fame and fluidity through the lens of their nonbinary identity. In 2020, Nico released an Instagram Live talk show "The Space Between the Sheets," where they interviewed a collection of individuals and couples, also in bed, to discuss life and love post-coronavirus. Having conducted 50 interviews over the course of two seasons -- including a live podcast at Entertainment Weekly's PopFest -- the podcast ranked #1 in the Personal Journals category in 2017 and sits in the Top 50 iTunes Top 200 with over three million downloads.

In 2019, the City of Los Angeles honored Nico by naming them Pride Month's ambassador based on their advocacy in the LGBTQIA+ community. May 31 was officially dedicated as Nico Tortorella Day in L.A.

Nico married their longtime partner Bethany Meyers in 2018, and they reside in New York with their two dogs.

Liza faces hard truths as she weighs her feelings for Josh and Charles, Thad's laptop threatens to expose Liza's true identity, and Kelsey dips her toe back into the dating world.

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Younger season 3 finale postmortem: Sutton Foster talks Liza

As its episode title suggests, things “Get Real” in the season 3 finale of Younger, when fortysomething publishing assistant Liza (Sutton Foster) finally confesses to friend and co-worker Kelsey (Hilary Duff) that she’s not the twentysomething she’s purported to be for the last three seasons. And that’s not the only revelation from the two-parter that aired on TV Land Wednesday night. In the previous Montauk-set episode, “A Book Fair to Remember,” Liza’s younger love interest Josh (Nico Tortorella) is about to propose…until he catches Liza making out with her boss Charles (Peter Hermann). What a tangled web indeed! We hopped on the phone with Foster to try to make sense of season 3’s big cliffhangers and find out what’s in store for our favorite faux millennial when the series returns next year.

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: Let’s start with the most important cliffhanger: Will or won’t Millennial be publishing the Labradoodle book?

SUTTON FOSTER: [Laughs] I know, right? Where did that go? In the original script of [episode] 12, there is a scene that was actually cut where Kelsey is like, “Why is this manuscript on my desk? I thought we said no to this.” And she finally calls me out on it. It’s a very intense scene — I don’t know why they cut it. Maybe they want to save it for season 4… Liza does some pretty s—-y things in these last couple of episodes, but I think that her going behind Kelsey’s back like that and signing an author to save her ass is the worst thing she’s done.

Well, speaking of s—-y things Liza has done, we obviously need to talk about her break-up with Josh. What a brutal scene: Josh — about to propose to Liza — sees her kissing her boss Charles. What was it like to film that?

It was crazy. The writers don’t tell us anything; they hold everything real close to the vest, [so] we found out like late, late, late in the season. They said, “It’s going to be rough for Liza these last couple of episodes. We’re really going to put you through the ringer.” I was like, “Okay.” She finally gets this moment with Charles too. That’s what’s so crazy about the show. You’re kind of rooting for her to be with both of those guys and she ends up with nobody.

If only this could be aBig Lovesituation!

Exactly. She finally gets this super-romantic, great moment with Charles and then having Josh see that. It’s just awful. And [the actors] all love each other so much, we’re like, “Oh no!” I think it will be really interesting going into season 4. Liza kind of has nobody right now. Who knows how Kelsey is going to react. [Liza] doesn’t have a man. Josh is done with her. Although, I do know that Nico will be back in season 4. I’m pretty sure, but I don’t know — it won’t be in the capacity of Liza’s love interest.

I was curious about that. How is he in her world but not with her?

Maybe they do a tattoo book. I don’t know.

Yeah, once the Labradoodle book becomes aNew York Timesbestseller, Millennial will move on to the tattoo book.

Exactly. Who knows. I don’t put anything past the writers. I think they are very smart and very clever, and I think there are many ways… Maybe Josh will start dating Kelsey.

Wow, that would be…painful!

Yeah, that’d be horrible. They’re both so mad. They turn to each other to, like, console one another because they’ve been betrayed by Liza and they can’t help it and they fall in love.

I love that you’re basically writingYoungerfanfic right now. You’ve got it all figured out! That does bring up another important topic, though. The real cliffhanger is how Kelsey will react to learning the truth about Liza. Honestly, that’s the relationship I’m most concerned about. What’s going to happen to Kelsey and Liza?

I know, right? It’s going to change the dynamic in the show. The show keeps changing every year as more people find out, but I have no idea. I don’t think she’s going to take it well. I will be curious because it will affect Liza at Empirical and at Millennial. There has to be a reason for Liza to continue to tell this lie, as far as her work is concerned. So I’ll be curious as to what will come up to force her to continue the charade… I can only speculate. Even among the cast members we were talking about what we think but based on nothing other than our own speculation.

And then there’s Charles. I know the writers don’t tell you a lot but do you have any idea whether Liza will be single for a while or is a relationship with Charles now a possibility?

I don’t know. There’s part of me that really would love to see Liza on her own for a little bit. So much of her storyline the past two seasons has revolved around guys, and I think it could be really interesting to see her single for a little while. [But] I would hate for [the thing with Charles] not to be fully explored. It seems like an inevitable thing whether in season 4 or whenever. Who knows if that’s who she’s meant to be with.

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It does seem like the writers have done a good job planting little seeds for that, like how Liza is so good with his children. You can picture them having a life together.

Totally. I mean, this is coming from me, that is something I’d love to see explored. But maybe when they come together it will be like the fantasy is more exciting than the reality of it.

Do you have any intel on season 4? When will you be going back to work?

The only thing I’ve heard — and it’s all rumblings and nothing is definitive — I think the writers go back to the writers’ room in January. And we’ll be looking to start filming in April. But, again, it’s all tentative.

Do you have any season 4 dreams?

[Sings “season 4 dreams!”] No. I kind of enjoyed going on a field trip this season. Going to Montauk was really fun. That would be fun to do something like that again, to travel somewhere. It’s really fun being on a show where you just feel like you’re in great hands. [Creator] Darren [Star] is a master at telling amazing stories and just the whole writing staff is awesome, so I feel excited to be led wherever they’re going to lead us. I’m along for the ride.

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'Younger' Season 3 Was SO Dramatic

Conniving Michael Urie! Love triangles galore! Everyone’s favorite thinly veiled caricature of George R. R. Martin! Huge secrets finally (finally!) seeing the light of day! Seriously, this show has it all… and then some. So, let’s break it all down, and recap Younger Season 3. There is a lot to keep track of, and fans need to be all caught up before embarking on Season 4. So, where exactly did the show leave things again?

In a lot of ways, Season 3 has been the show’s biggest yet. Slow burn storylines that have been simmering for years starting to come to a boil, and Liza's carefully constructed web of lies is revealed after growing more tangled over time. Maybe "tangled" isn't the right word — if something can somehow grow more tangled and unravel at the same time? Now, that's the kind of mess Liza's been dealing with.

Suffice it to say, the drama may just have hit an all-time high during Younger's third season — and I'm sure the show will only continue to up the ante as we head into Season 4. So, with that in mind, let's recap last season; exploring Liza's love life, professional life, her friendships — and of course, her big secret.

The Career

Empirical actually had its fair share of drama this season. With online media constantly threatening the publishing business, the company was forced to bring in Bryce, a callous tech wunderkind. Then, there was the whole arc where the show's scene-stealing parody of George R. R. Martin, Edward L. L. Moore, ghostwrote a self-help memoir/erotic novel and posed as a young female novelist named Aubrey Alexis (in case you forgot, the book was very tellingly titled Me, Myself, and O).

There's also Kelsey's Millennial imprint — which posed some pretty unique problems for Liza, as her decidedly non-millennial secret identity was essentially placed in a crucible of millennial-ness. In fact, it's her involvement in Millennial, and closeness with her boss/best friend Kelsey that might just be the downfall of her professional career...

The Best Friend(s)

Speaking of Kelsey, she had quite the season as well. Romantically speaking, her early episodes focused on her getting over Thad (who was crushed by a falling beam in a freak accident, remember?), whilst dealing with his twin brother Chad. Later in the season, she got a new love interest: Colin McNichol, a fancy-pants writer for The New Yorker with a hot-ticket debut novel waiting in the wings.

Things seemed to be going swimmingly for Kelsey for once — what with her new boyfriend having penned the Millennial imprint's sure-to-be biggest hit — until she flew just a little too close to the sun. You see, she scored her new beau's new book the cover of Entertainment Weekly, using the film's movie deal as leverage — which led to him getting a better deal from Random House. With him caught between his girlfriend/former editor and the career she helped make happen for him, things started to get messy near the end of the season, and the drama will surely carry over into Season 4.

As for the other supporting characters? Diana finally found love (and a parrot), Maggie and Lauren (who broke up early on) found respective new partners, Maggie, with an Orthodox Jewish woman, and Lauren with a nice young doctor she met at summer camp (of course Lauren would end up with the "basic" rom-com style love story).

The Love Triangle

Now, on the love triangle front, Season 3 kicked off in a familiar place — with Liza caught between Charles and Josh. Her relationship with Josh had her constantly caught between her love and affection for him, and the old saying "If you love something, let it go." They experienced even more growing pains than usual this season, as they tackled the issue of pregnancy — it turns out Josh has always wanted kids, and Liza, as the mother of a teenage daughter understandably doesn't want to do it again. At one point, the talk of pregnancy even gives way to a pregnancy scare — the fact that it's a scare and a scare only leaves Liza relieved, but Josh disappointed, which will surely lead to more faultlines in their relationship down the line (if there's still a relationship, of course).

And then, there's Charles. After finally kissing at the end of Season 2, he and Liza quickly resumed their standard will they-won't they vibe. In the first episode of the season, he asked her to meet up if she was interested — and by God, she was going to do it... until she saw the father of one of her daughter's friends yukking it up with Charles at the bar, and promptly ran for cover. After tacitly turning him down by not showing up at the bar, things went back to normal — at least, kind of. Between their physical chemistry and their shared love of books, there's always going to be a certain electricity between the two of them — something that made for more than a few awkward moments when he started dating Radha, about halfway through the season.

The love triangle even turned into a love cube at one point, when Liza's ex-husband David re-entered the picture. (There was one particularly cringe-worthy moment when a drugged-up Liza implied her love for David instead of Charles during a hospital stay. Remember, Liza's divorce was never officially finalized). Still, the main contenders for her affections remained Josh and Charles — and things majorly came to a head in the Hamptons. After sharing a kiss set to Liza's prom song, "Take My Breath Away" (a prom song that nearly outed her true age for the umpteenth), and heading back to her room, Charles eventually got cold feet, citing Liza's boyfriend — though little did he know that Josh, bolstered by advice from Maggie, was literally minutes away from proposing. What a tableau — Liza and Charles finally kissing outside her hotel room, while Josh watches them unseen with a bottle of champagne, a bed strewn with rose petals waiting on the other side of the closed door. And that's where we left things, my friends.

Needless to say, things are about to blow up on the love triangle front. Actually, "implode" might be the more appropriate word — between all of Liza's lies and her wayward heart, there is going to be a lot of broken trust — perhaps even irreparably so.

The Big Secret

There were a couple of fakeouts early on — it was her secret, of course, that stopped her from "clearing the air" with Charles post-Season 2 finale kiss. And it loomed large throughout the season, especially with the near-literal ghost of Thad (or rather, Thad's laptop) threatening to expose everything, the blind item case study about a certain 40 year-old pretending to be 26 on the edge of going viral, and perhaps most heart-poundingly, Liza's helicopter trip with Charles, Diana, and Kelsey to her old hometown bookstore that very nearly forced her to come clean. There was also a ill-timed bike accident that had the potential to ruin everything — though it turned out to be a near-miss and nothing more.

All those near-misses and fakeouts, though? It turned out they were the warm up act for the real thing. In the Hamptons, Emily Burns (an assistant at Entertainment Weekly) threatened to reveal Liza's secret if she didn't agree to publish her god-awful self-help book (written from the perspective of her golden doodle, for pete's sake). In one of her lowest moments in the entire series, Liza actually caved to Emily's demands, going against Kelsey's instructions by announcing Millennial's intention to publish the book. Eventually, though, her morality got the better of her, and she finally decided to tell Kelsey the truth. And... fade to black. That's where we left off at the end of the season — and what a cliffhanger it was.

There's a lot to uncover in the new season — and aren't you excited to see what happens next?

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No. Title Directed by Written by Original air date U.S. viewers
(million) 1A Kiss Is Just a KissSteven Tsuchida Darren Star September 28, 2016 1.04 Liza sends Caitlin off to college and struggles to weigh her feelings for both Josh and Charles. 2The Marshmallow ExperimentSteven Tsuchida Dottie Dartland Zicklin & Eric Zicklin October 5, 2016 0.54 Liza's identity is under threat by Thad's laptop and Kelsey being exposed to the truth. A Silicon Valley billionaire invests in Empirical. 3Last Days of BooksTricia Brock Alison Brown October 12, 2016 0.53 Liza rallies the Empirical team to save her hometown bookstore from closure. Kelsey dips her toe back into the dating world. 4A Night at the OperaTricia Brock Grant Sloss October 19, 2016 0.45 Liza has to bridge millennial divides in the workplace and in her personal life when Empirical's new investor tasks her with signing YouTube stars. 5P Is for PancakePeter Lauer Jessie Cantrell October 26, 2016 0.57 Kelsey dates a seemingly perfect guy, but Liza and Lauren think it's too soon. At a party of doctors, Josh puts his relationship with Liza under the microscope. 6Me, Myself, and OPeter Lauer Lyle Friedman & Ashley Skidmore November 2, 2016 0.55 Liza and Kelsey pursue an erotica author writing under a pseudonym, and are shocked to discover their identity. 7Ladies Who LustTodd Biermann Lila Feinberg November 9, 2016 0.55 Liza and Kelsey try to preserve their author's anonymity, but a women's erotica event threatens to expose the truth. 8What's Up, Dock?Todd Biermann Alison Brown November 16, 2016 0.62 Liza finally makes her divorce official and Diana meets a hot stranger outside of work. The two worlds collide as Liza ends up in the hospital. 9Summer FridayPeter Lauer Darren Star November 30, 2016 0.66 After Liza and Kelsey strike a deal for Colin's novel, an unexpected publicity hype leads to a bidding war. Emboldened by her therapist, Diana introduces herself to Richard, the therapist who works next door. 10Pigeons, Parrots and StorksPeter Lauer Dottie Dartland Zicklin & Eric Zicklin December 7, 2016 0.65 Liza and Josh's future together is thrown into question after having opposing reactions to a near miss. 11A Book Fair to RememberAndrew Fleming Alison Brown  December 14, 2016 0.60 While facing an impasse with Josh, Liza draws closer to Charles at the Hamptons Book Fair. Kelsey feels erased from Colin's narrative. 12Get RealDottie Dartland Zicklin Dottie Dartland Zicklin & Eric Zicklin  December 14, 2016 0.55 Liza returns from the Hamptons and has to deal with the aftermath. A famous life coach, whose book Empirical is pursuing, forces Liza to face some hard truths.
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3 younger season

Season 3 of Younger consists of 12 episodes.

The season premiered on 28, 2015 and ended on June 9, 2015.

Season 3

Premiere

A Kiss Is Just a Kiss

Premiere date

28 September, 2016

Finale date

14 December, 2016

Plot overview

Season 3 begins with Liza dropping Caitlin off at college, where she meets her daughter's roommate and her parents; and in true Chekhov's gun fashion, they end up being the reason she ultimately doesn't show up at her date with Charles. The love triangle between Liza, Charles and Josh comes to an end, with Liza deciding to continue her romance with the younger man — for now. The rest of the season centres around the problems the men in Liza's life cause and how she gets jealous over Charles, as her friends go through some issues of their own: Kelsey finally comes to term with Thad's death, in an unexpected way; Diana realises work shouldn't be her only priority; Lauren and Maggie have their relationship tested when Lauren sleeps with a man.

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Episodes

No. Title
1A Kiss Is Just a Kiss
2The Marshmallow Experiment
3Last Days of Books
4A Night at the Opera
5P is for Pancake
6Me, Myself, and O
7Ladies Who Lust
8What's Up, Dock?
9Summer Friday
10Pigeons, Parrots and Storks
11A Book Fair to Remember
12Get Real

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List of Younger episodes

Younger is an American comedy-drama television series that premiered on March 31, 2015, on TV Land.[1] Based on the Pamela Redmond Satran novel of the same name, the series was created by Darren Star, and stars Sutton Foster in the lead role of Liza Miller, a 40-year-old recently divorced mother who, after finding it difficult to get a job at her age, attempts to pass herself off as a 26-year-old in order to get any job in her pre-mom career to support herself and her college age daughter.Hilary Duff, Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella, Molly Bernard, Peter Hermann, and Charles Michael Davis also star in supporting roles. On April 21, 2015, Younger was renewed for a second season of 12 episodes, which premiered in January 2016.[2][3] On January 6, 2016, Younger was renewed for a third season of 12 episodes, which aired on September 28, 2016.[4]Younger was renewed for a sixth season on June 4, 2018.[5] On July 24, 2019, TV Land renewed the series for a seventh and final season which premiered on April 15, 2021 on Paramount+ with the first 4 episodes available immediately and the rest debuting on a weekly basis.[6][7][8]

During the course of the series, 84 episodes of Younger were released, between March 31, 2015, and June 10, 2021.

Series overview[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Season 1 (2015)[edit]

Season 2 (2016)[edit]

Season 3 (2016)[edit]

Season 4 (2017)[edit]

Season 5 (2018)[edit]

Main article: Younger (season 5)

Season 6 (2019)[edit]

Main article: Younger (season 6)

Season 7 (2021)[edit]

Main article: Younger (season 7)

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Main article: Younger (season 5) § Ratings

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Younger : U.S. viewers per episode (thousands)
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Audience measurement performed by Nielsen Media Research[80]

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