Now that all those Super Bowl shenanigans have fallen by the wayside, HBO's 'Girls' will return to its normal Sunday time slot, this week with an extra bit of star power. Sunday's all-new episode "One Man's Trash" will see the debut of 'Watchmen' star Patrick Wilson as a handsome older doctor that catches Hannah (Lena Dunham)'s eye, but will the infatuation last? Check out a new preview from Sunday's 'Girls' to see for yourself!
Okay, this is just getting silly -- another major Hollywood award ceremony, another victory for Ben Affleck and 'Argo,' this time at the Director's Guild of America awards. If this was like any other year, Affleck would look like a shoe-in for the Oscar...except that he's not nominated. Which means that Affleck's repeated victories make this year's Academy Awards the hardest to predict in recent memory.
As even 'Girls' viewers likely realize, this Sunday's usual TV line-up might have a few more crickets than usual, as most of America tunes in for the Super Bowl (or at least the commercials in between the big game). Thankfully, HBO isn't going to make you choose, airing both 'Girls' and 'Enlightened' a full day early on Saturday, as well as their regular Sunday timeslots. But why wait, even until then? Get a sneak peek of this weekend's all-new 'Girls' episode "It's A Shame About Ray" inside!
HBO's breakout comedy 'Girls' will certainly keep creator, writer, director and star Lena Dunham busy for the foreseeable future, between a season 3 renewal and and even longer writing contract with HBO, but that hasn't stopped the Golden Globe-winning star from taking on additional projects. New reports claim Dunham and her 'Girls' co-runner Jenni Konner have begun work on yet another HBO comedy series to chronicle famed personal shopper Betty Halbreich, but could 'All Dressed Up and Nowhere to Go' reach the same heights as 'Girls?'
Get out your surprised faces everybody, because for a third time we're reporting that HBO's critical darling 'Girls' has been officially picked up for a third season. The news was more or less spoiled months ago by executive producer Judd Apatow, and this past week by series creator, writer, director and star Lena Dunham, but only now has HBO officially rung in to confirm a third season with a bonus of two additional episodes. Find out all the details of 'GIrls' season 3 inside!