Two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster returns to the small screen for season three of TV Land's "Younger." NY1's Frank DiLella filed the following preview.

The lies continue for two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster - on screen, that is.

The actress is taking on Season 3 of TV Land's "Younger." The series will return on September 28th, picking up with Foster's character Liza leading two lives: one of a divorced mom, the other of a 26 year old.

"Liza's in a bit of a predicament," Foster says. "She's kissed her boss and she's still in love with this young boy who wants to be with her."

The show was created by "Sex and the City" alum Darren Starr. And just like in that HBO series, New York City has a starring role in "Younger".

"We get to go to locations in Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens and go to fabulous places," Foster says.

Foster was last seen on the Broadway stage in 2014 - in her Tony nominated performance as the title character in the musical "Violet."

While she is now a bonafide TV star, she, along with many of her "Younger" co-stars, say they are forever theater kids at heart.

"I'm really grateful for my theater background because I feel like it gave me a really strong work ethic, and we get to, this show is very fantastical," Foster says.

"She knows the whole script," "Younger" actor Debi Mazar says. "Like, she walks in and knows the entire script. It's a different way. I'm like, you don't have to memorize my lines."

"We're all here to put on a show," "Younger" actor Miriam Shor says.

Theater fans, don't you worry. Foster will soon be back on stage in New York. The actress will be taking on the title character in a revival of "Sweet Charity" off-Broadway, courtesy of The New Group later this fall.