Whether or not you enjoyed HBO's 'Girls' season 2 premiere "It's About Time," or found it more of what made the first season so controversial, there's no arguing that both audiences and the Golden Globes find the Lena Dunham-fronted series all abuzz. So how will the rest of the buzzy HBO comedy's sophomore season unfold, beginning with Sunday's all-new "I Get Ideas?" Brace yourself for further Shoshanna weirdness in the latest 'Girls' clip!
Welcome back to our weekly 'Girls' talks! This week we're joined by two critics to discuss the season two premiere of Lena Dunham's HBO series. In "It's About Time," Marnie and Hannah have seemingly switched roles, but does Hannah really have it together? And did Marnie ever have it together in the first place?
'Girls' might not have taken home so much gold at the 2012 Emmy Awards, but the 2013 Golden Globes are certainly making up for it. Previously awarding 'Girls' creator, writer, director and star Lena Dunham the Golden Globe for Best Actress in a TV Series, Comedy or Musical, the Golden Globes have upped the ante by awarding 'Girls' with the Best TV Series, Comedy or Musical statue. Find out what TV series didn't make the cut inside!
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!
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!
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!