Yesterday we learned the admittedly unsurprising news that HBO's 'Girls' was due to receive its very own porn parody, courtesy of Hustler. The HBO dramedy's regular use of explicit material led the director to declare he didn't have to change very much in crafting his parody, but what does 'Girls' creator Lena Dunham have to say on the matter? Check out the latest 'Girls' controversy inside!
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There's a rule that if it exists, there is a porn version of it -- yet one of the hit HBO series 'Girls' hardly seems necessary, given the show's frank portrayal of sex. But here we are.
Though HBO's eternally buzzing Lena Dunham dramedy 'Girls' made little regular habit of cliffhangers, many found themselves perplexed by the the unusually optimistic ending of season 2 finale "Together," which largely reunited the season 1 couples. That ending was thrown into chaos by the sudden departure of actor Christopher Abbott, for whom the season 2 finale had suggested a larger role, but what do Abbott's castmates have to say about the exit? Preview Marnie's updated outlook in 'Girls' season 3 inside!
Only a few weeks have passed since HBO's 'Girls' ended its second season on a curiously upbeat note, with several characters returning to the relationships they maintained at the outset of the series. That finale may prove even more difficult to justify in retrospect as series star Christopher Abbott (Charlie) has abruptly left the series altogether, prior to filming any season 3 episodes. Find out what caused the big 'Girls' season 3 break inside!
We're joined by two more critics this week to discuss the divisive season finale of 'Girls.' In "Together," we get a couple of happy endings, but are they really as happy as they appear to be?
Another season of 'Girls' comes to an end, but can any of these frayed ends be repaired and tied together again?
Tonight's episode of 'Girls' finds its characters pushing themselves (and objects) uncomfortably far, even though they know better.
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?
We're joined by a couple of critics this week to discuss the latest episode of 'Girls.' In "It's Back," Hannah struggles with OCD, Adam has a "fresh look," Marnie wants to be a singer, and Shoshanna and Ray are falling apart.
In relationships, people often evolve, and those changes can sometimes tear two people apart. This week's 'Girls' takes a look at the ways our characters are growing, for better or for worse.