As HBO's 'Girls' officially premieres its second season tonight, the Judd Apatow-produced/Lena Dunham-created dramedy can add a bit more buzz under its belt. The 2013 Golden Globe awards have given the Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical statue to series creator, writer, director and star Lena Dunham! Find out what funny ladies of comedy she bested inside!
'Girls' is back for season two with a premiere episode that tackles ideas of how power shifts between two people in any given relationship, or more accurately, how power becomes something nebulous that hangs over two people. Oh, and there's some karaoke, too.
There's certainly no escaping it now. Love or hate Lena Dunham's body (of work), Sunday January 13 will officially see the season 2 premiere of the always-buzzy and always-controversial 'Girls.' The new season begins in the aftermath of 'Girls' surprising first season finale "She Did," with a number of relationships on the mend as Hannah plots a party, but will a still-hobbled Adam (Adam Driver) be able to let her live her own life? Find out in three new clips from 'Girls' season 2 premiere "It's About Time" inside!
This week journalist Linda Stasi of The New York Post wrote a review (?) of the second season of Lena Dunham's 'Girls,' but wound up passive-aggressively -- and sometimes aggressively -- critiquing Dunham's body instead. Why are we still talking about this?
We're just days away from the season 2 premiere of HBO's Judd Apatow-produced, Lena Dunham-helmed dramedy 'Girls,' but already there's a bit of bad news. Whereas the first season finale "She Did" set things up so that 'The New Normal' star Andrew Rannells' character Andrew would move in with Hannah (Dunham) for season 2, it seems the arrangement isn't going to last. Find out how Andrew Rannells departs 'Girls' season 2 inside!
Soon Christmas 2012 will be all but a memory, and New Years nothing more than a champagne-soaked cautionary tale. So, what do do with our lives as we head into 2013? Why, prepare for the all new drama of a second year of 'Girls,' no less! HBO has delivered not one, but two new trailers for the second season of Lena Dunham's Judd Apatow-produced comedy, chock full of celebrity guest stars and more drama than ever. So, who's ready for a second helping of 'Girls?'
If there's one thing that the viewers, cast and crew alike of 'Girls' have been dying to know, it's what the guys think of the series. For as much relatable drama, humor, and the occasional boob shot as the show can muster, Lena Dunham's 'Girls' isn't what you'd think of as a guys' show. No longer! Series creator, director, writer and star Lena Dunham has taken to teasing the upcoming 'Girls' season 2 by focusing on the men, and letting them tell the story in their own words. See guys on 'Girls' inside!
Lena Dunham's name continues to circulate all throughout the press, especially with the recent leak of her $3.7 million book deal, and the upcoming second season of HBO's 'Girls.' The second season of the Judd Apatow-produced comedy is sure to be heavily scrutinized, given the mixed critical reception to the first, but how would you like to know details of the first few episodes before the January 13 premiere?
HBO and Lena Dunham's 'Girls' may not return until two weeks past the new year, but you don't have to wait that long to find out your favorite character's resolutions. Earlier today we saw the first official poster from the coming second season, set to premiere on Sunday, January 13, but noticeably devoid of any characters beside Lena Dunham's Hannah Horvath. The six additional character posters we just received from HBO more than rectify that, so are you ready for a fresh look at 'Girls' season 2?
Early last week HBO finally lifted the veil on the coming second season of 'Girls,' utilizing the season's first trailer to offer new looks at characters played by Donald Glover, Rita Wilson and Patrick Wilson as well as our regular favorites Hannah, Jessa, Marnie and Shoshanna. While we wait for the second season of the Lena Dunham / Judd Apatow HBO comedy to premiere on January 13, the network has issued an official poster that, well, might hurt your eyes just a bit.