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The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel hits the road in the first trailer for the Emmy-winner’s third season

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is ready-to-go, releasing the first trailer for its third season on Monday.

In the clip, rising comic Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel, played by the lovely Rachel Brosnahan, embarks on her first ever tour, hitting the to road as the opening act for fictitious crooner Shy Baldwin.

As she makes her way around the country with manager Susie Myerson, played by Emmy-winner Alex Borstein, Brosnahan’s character is a vision of 50s glamour navigates a host of adventure all while coming to terms with her new life as a performer.

Taking the world by storm! The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel goes cross-country in the first trailer for season three

Taking the world by storm! The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel goes cross-country in the first trailer for season three

A bright-eyed Midge opens the clip, pestering Susie as they take a trip on an airplane.

‘This is the first of a million tours!’ the comic/mother-of-two coos, before she’s seen jetting across the country visiting the likes of LA, Chicago, Miami and more.

A montage set to the show tune Perfectly Marvelous from Cabaret flies by while Midge and Susie’s antics ensue.

A swirls of action sees Midge yachting with the smooth Shy Baldwin (Leroy McClain), meeting up with soldiers during a USO performance and – of course – charming audiences with her wit.

She has to endure a court date back in NYC before bantering with her parents in one of the trailer’s comedic high-points.

A whole new world: Rachel Brosnahan's Miriam 'Midge' Maisel embracing adventure while also coming to terms with her new life on the road

A whole new world: Rachel Brosnahan’s Miriam ‘Midge’ Maisel embracing adventure while also coming to terms with her new life on the road

Blast from the past: Mrs. Maisel is a beacon of 50s glamour in the trailer

Blast from the past: Mrs. Maisel is a beacon of 50s glamour in the trailer

Opening act: In the clip the rising comic embarks on her first ever tour as the opening act for fictitious crooner Shy Baldwin

Opening act: In the clip the rising comic embarks on her first ever tour as the opening act for fictitious crooner Shy Baldwin

Ready to go! A bright-eyed Midge opens the clip, pestering Susie as they take a trip on an airplane

Ready to go! A bright-eyed Midge opens the clip, pestering Susie as they take a trip on an airplane

Smooth sailing: Midge yachts with the smooth Shy, played by Leroy McClain

Smooth sailing: Midge yachts with the smooth Shy, played by Leroy McClain

Here, here: She has to endure a court date back in NYC

Here, here: She has to endure a court date back in NYC

Patriotic: Midge meets up with soldiers during a USO performance

Patriotic: Midge meets up with soldiers during a USO performance

Parental guidance: The performer quibbles with her parents in one of the trailer's comedic high-points

Parental guidance: The performer quibbles with her parents in one of the trailer’s comedic high-points

‘I’m not a prostitute! I’m a comic,’ she insists.

‘Is there a difference?’ Midge’s mother Rose, played by Marin Hinkle, asks.

‘Yes, prostitutes get paid more,’ she quips to dad Abe (Tony Shaloub) who responds ‘Hilarious! You should go into comedy!’

After a bit of living it up in Vegas, Midge argues with with her estranged ex Joel, played by Michael Zegen. 

Then in another scene she worries about touring, telling him ‘Opening for Shy was theoretical before. Now it’s not and I’m really, really nervous.’

‘You’re gonna be great,’ he insists.

An honest trade: 'I'm not a prostitute! I'm a comic,' she insists

An honest trade: ‘I’m not a prostitute! I’m a comic,’ she insists

Punchline: 'Yes, prostitutes get paid more,' she quips to dad Abe (Tony Shaloub) who responds 'Hilarious! You should go into comedy!'

Punchline: ‘Yes, prostitutes get paid more,’ she quips to dad Abe (Tony Shaloub) who responds ‘Hilarious! You should go into comedy!’

Back and forth: After a bit of living it up in Vegas, Midge argues with with her estranged ex Joel, played by Michael Zegen

On the outs: The couple broke up at the beginning of the show's first season

Back and forth: After a bit of living it up in Vegas, Midge argues with with her estranged ex Joel, played by Michael Zegen

Nerves: Then in another scene she worries about touring, telling him 'Opening for Shy was theoretical before. Now it's not and I'm really, really nervous'

Nerves: Then in another scene she worries about touring, telling him ‘Opening for Shy was theoretical before. Now it’s not and I’m really, really nervous’

Back to Stars Hollow: The trailer debuts a new character in the form of Gilmore Girls favorite Liza Weil, who gives Midge some sage advice about life on the road

Back to Stars Hollow: The trailer debuts a new character in the form of Gilmore Girls favorite Liza Weil, who gives Midge some sage advice about life on the road

The trailer debuts a new character in the form of Gilmore Girls favorite Liza Weil, who gives Midge some sage advice about life on the road.

‘You see the world,’ she explains. ‘The audiences, when they’re great… are really great. And you’re not having to go to your grave not having done anything interesting.’

Then a defiant Midge is seen telling someone ‘I am for the first time in my life taking charge of my own destiny.’

Taking control: A defiant Midge is seen telling someone 'I am for the first time in my life taking charge of my own destiny'

Taking control: A defiant Midge is seen telling someone ‘I am for the first time in my life taking charge of my own destiny’

Cheers to that: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been a critical hit for Amazon, earning the show 16 Emmys since its 2017 debut

Cheers to that: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been a critical hit for Amazon, earning the show 16 Emmys since its 2017 debut

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has been a critical hit for Amazon, earning the show 16 Emmys since its 2017 debut.

In addition to awards for its acting talents, the 1950s set comedy has won creator Amy Sherman-Palladino accolades for directing and writing.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s third season is set to stream December 6.

Center stage: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel's third season is set to stream December 6

Center stage: The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s third season is set to stream December 6

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