03:07 PM EDT 08/07/2015
Originally posted 01/15/2015 12:40PM
The four stars of HBO's Girls finish each other's sentences, interrupt each other constantly and sometimes make each other cry.
Originally posted 01/11/2015 07:10PM
Her HBO hit Girls is all about millennial life, but creator Lena Dunham says she's cut back on a Generation Y staple – Twitter.
Originally posted 01/08/2015 05:00PM
A toast to your favorite nominees!
Originally posted 01/10/2015 05:30AM
HBO has provided only the first five episodes of season 4 of writer-actress Lena Dunham's Girls,
premiering Sunday at 9 p.m. ET – otherwise known as the time when the Golden Globes are airing on
NBC – but so far the show is biting, funny, touching and surprising.
In short, it's an absolute delight, and possibly even better than the landmark first season. That's the one that ended with Elijah (Andrew Rannells) greeting Marnie (Allison Williams) with this putdown of her dress: "Hello, J-Lo from the Grammys."
Of course, Dunham, who stars as desperately ambitious Brooklyn writer Hannah Horvath, has in the past shown an almost willful tendency to let go of the leash and allow the show to bolt off and run away like an undisciplined Labrador pup.
Originally posted 01/07/2015 07:40PM
Allison Williams is tired of people scrutinizing her for being thin.
Originally posted 01/05/2015 10:50PM
The Internet was in a tizzy last week when Lena Dunham was snapped wearing a ring on that finger – but the Girls star and producer isn't engaged!
Originally posted 01/05/2015 10:05AM
Cut from the season three premiere, the above scene finds Hannah (a.k.a lead-writer-creator Lena Dunham) and boyfriend Adam (Adam Driver) waiting for ditz-with-a-heart-of-gold Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) to pick up Jessa (Jemima Kirke) from rehab.
As the couple packs up their rental car, Shoshanna pulls up with a hookup from the night before, cattily quipping to Adam and Hannah:
Originally posted 12/15/2014 04:00PM
The Girls guest-star delivered daughter Rosemary at home on Nov. 19, PEOPLE confirms
Originally posted 12/09/2014 06:15PM
Random House has announced that it will add a disclaimer to Lena Dunham's book Not That Kind of Girl stating that "Barry," a man Dunham describes as a "mustachioed campus Republican" who assaulted her after a party during their Oberlin days, is a pseudonym.
Originally posted 11/07/2014 04:00PM
[YOUTUBE "kB8y4Zp9UNc"] Has a stint in Iowa finally made Hannah a happy, well-adjusted person?
Since this is the world of Girls, it looks like the answer is no – but some time in the Midwest apparently does have its perks for Lena Dunham's perennially struggling character, according to the newly released trailer for the fourth season of the hit HBO show.
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