Fall feels barely underway, but the impending winter will bring with it a number of 2015 premieres, from the likes of 'Girls' season 4 to the Duplass' brothers new series 'Togetherness.' Find out when Lena Dunham, the boys of 'Looking' and more will premiere on HBO in the new year!
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With 'Boardwalk Empire' having poured its last and 'Game of Thrones' not due for months, HBO and Lena Dunham's always-buzzing 'Girls' has at last begun promotion of its fourth season in 2015. In lieu of a full trailer, the latest preview for the January premiere goes behind the scenes to highlight the new conflicts and locations of the year, as well as the latest guest stars.
Most people who have a hit show, indie accolades, and scads of awards and nominations before the age of thirty would probably take the time to attend their high school reunion and check in with everyone else they attended school with. Do you have a hit show, guy from English class? You, the girl who was mean to me in P.E., were you nominated for an Emmy? But Lena Dunham isn't like that, and the star and creator of 'Girls' didn't even both to attend her own high school reunion.
The fourth season of HBO Lena Dunham dramedy 'Girls' has proven very visible in recent weeks with a number of cast additions and set shots, but why wait until 2015 for our first official look at the new season? Hannah finds herself in a whole new world in the first teaser trailer for 'Girls' season 4, but the displaced Brooklynite isn't getting any better at keeping upright.
While filming for season 4 of 'Girls' is already underway in New York, the show isn't quite done adding some new talent to the roster. Joining an already stellar line-up of guest stars is Jake Lacy, who played Jenny Slate's love interest in the indie rom-com 'Obvious Child.'
While we were away at Comic-Con 2014, 'Girls' season 4 made its post unanticipated casting yet in giving a role to Judd Apatow's daughter Maude, but the latest addition seems even more unusual. Spike Jonze will put in an appearance, but rather than remain behind the camera, the 'Her' writer-director will play a character in an upcoming 'Girls' season 4 episode.
There are a lot of intriguing things going on in '7 Days in Hell,' an original movie being produced for HBO. First of all, it's a sports comedy. Secondly, it's a mockumentary. Third, it's going to star the completely untested comedy duo of 'SNL' alum Andy Samberg and ... 'Game of Thrones' star Kit Harington?!
The guest list for season 4 of 'Girls' just keeps getting longer and more and more exciting. Maude Apatow, charming daughter of writer/director Judd Apatow and co-star of several of her father's films, has just been added to the 'Girls' season 4 roster as a guest star, reuniting with her 'This Is 40' co-star Lena Dunham.
Writer and director Joe Swanberg reunites with his 'Drinking Buddies' star Anna Kendrick for 'Happy Christmas,' an intimate indie dramedy in which Kendrick stars as a willfully regressive 27 year-old who moves in with her older brother and his wife, only to throw their world into (minor) upheaval. A charming counterpoint to popular man-child narratives, Swanberg's latest asks not for sympathy for its main character, but merely identification and a little empathy.
'Girls' season 4 has been busy with its guest casting of late, and where last season began with an appearance by a fan-favorite 'Orange Is the New Black' actress, the HBO dramedy is at it again. 'Orange' star Natasha Lyonne will break free of Litchfield to check in with Hannah on 'Girls' season 4, but as whom?