Like the episodes before it, and the season before that 'Girls' has continue to prove a divisive force in the TV world. Following Sunday's quietly optimistic season 2 finale "Together," the series will be in for a bit of a shake-up in season 3 as production expands from 10 to 12 episodes and Golden Globe-winning creator Lena Dunham adds a few new writers, but will 'Girls' be going dark in season 3? New casting reports suggest at least one character might be going to rehab next year...
While it's incredible to think that HBO's 'Girls' often gets half the ratings, yet twice the attention of something like Showtime's 'Shameless,' it's hard to believe that 'Girls' has almost already reached the end of its second season, kicking off with this Sunday's "On All Fours." Dirty sounding titles aside, Sunday's episode will see Hannah experiencing a setback while Marnie goes after her dreams, and Adam continues things with his new lady-friend Natalia (Shiri Appleby), but how would you like an early sneak peek?
Fans of HBO's 'Girls' well know that the acclaimed HBO dramedy isn't solely about the titular gender, but also tends to highlight its "Boys" as well. Adam Driver's Adam in particular has broken out as a character despite his recent dissociation with Hannah, but will he be able to hold his own story from Sunday's episode "It's Back?" And what new bombshells does Shoshanna drop that have Marnie literally running for the hills? Find out in the latest 'Girls' previews for Sunday's "It's Back!"
Shortly before the season 2 premiere of 'Girls,' which saw Hannah (Lena Dunham) moved in with her friend and former boyfriend Elijah (Andrew Rannells), Rannells himself regretabbly announced that he would only be present for four episodes before commitments to NBC's 'The New Normal' forced him to depart. Now, 'The New Normal' remains on the bubble for NBC, but Rannells at least has confirmed he'll return for an unknown number of season 3 episodes. Find out about the upcoming 'Girls' inside!