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New 'Girls' Season 3 Promo Highlights Hannah's Professional Developments

Lena Dunham's Hannah Horvath gets a job at GQ but ends up embarrassing herself in a meeting as teased in the latest trailer.  Read More...

'Girls' Season Three Debuts January 12 on HBO

Hannah has settled into newfound domesticity with Adam, and is rehabilitating her writing career.

New Promo of 'Girls' Season 3: Lena Dunham Has a Therapy Session

Dunham's Hannah opens up about what led her to 'this point' and that she has realized that 'I hold the keys to the prison that is my mind.'  Read More...

New 'Girls' Season 3 poster is like a Vanity Fair shoot gone awry

Young-adult dysfunction has never looked better than in the poster for "Girls" Season 3 starring Lena Dunham, Adam Driver, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, Allison William and Alex Karpovsky.  Read More...

Girls Season 3 Trailer: Twerking on a Grave

  When last we left Hannah Horvath, she was living out every Brooklynite's rom-com fantasy with her knight in shirtless armor. It was … maybe not the most believable ending! But based on the trailer for Girls season three, it looks like Hannah and Adam really are back together. (Or at least having a conversation while seated on the floor totally naked. Delightful.) Also of note: Jessa is back; Marnie is alone (because her dopey boyfriend quit the show); Shosh is still trying weird things with her hair; and twerking will have its Girls moment, too. In a cemetery. Stay trolling, Lena.

‘Girls’ Gets Back to Nature in Season 3 Trailer

The  Girls  are leaving the city for a nature-filled vacation at the beginning of season three…not that Hannah will be happy about communing with the “birdie birds.” In the new season three trailer Hannah, Marnie, Shoshanna and Jessa are still firmly in the midst of their quarter life crises. Marnie swears she’s okay even if she doesn’t look it, Shoshanna has undecided that it’s okay for her life to be a mess and Jessa’s friends would rather tell her they’re dead than hang out with her. Additionally, Adam is still hanging around being Adam, so we have that to look forward to. Check out the trailer below. Which one of the Girls have you missed the most? Read More...

'Girls': Inside look at Season 3 reveals a stable Hannah and the return of Elijah - Watch

Now that we know when "Girls" will return for Season 3 (Jan. 12, 2014), it's only fair that HBO lets us in on what to expect.On Friday (Oct. 18), the network released a behind-the-scenes look at the new season that offers plenty of tidbits of where everyone's favorite Brooklyn hipsters will be when the show picks back up. As Lena Dunham tells it, Hannah will be the most stable we've ever seen her, back in a relationship with Adam (Adam Driver) and miraculously on good terms with her book editor. Don't expect it to last, though.Forced to deal with the absence of Charlie following Christopher Abbott's unexpected departure from the series, Allison Williams' Marnie will be "manically grieving," while Soshanna (Zosia Mamet) embarks on a sexual journey and Jessa (Jemima Kirke) returns home, revealing just where she's been. Perhaps most exciting of all, though, is the teased return of Andrew Rannells' Elijah, who will be...

'Girls' Season 3 gets a January premiere date along with 'True Detective' and 'Looking'

HBO has set its January lineup, with Season 3 of "Girls" joining a new drama, "True Detective," and new comedy "Looking" on the schedule."Girls" is set to premiere at 10 p.m. ET Sunday, Jan. 12 with back-to-back episodes before scaling back to a half-hour in subsequent weeks. Season 2 concluded with Adam (Adam Driver) coming to Hannah's (Lena Dunham) aid as she slipped further into her OCD, and Marnie (Allison Williams) and Charlie (Christopher Abbott) seemingly back together.The latter pairing, however, probably won't last, as Abbott left the show just as work started on the coming season."True Detective" will premiere at 9 p.m. Jan. 12. The show follows two Louisiana detectives (Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson) as they investigate a strange murder case in 1995 and return to it 17 years later when the file is reopened."Looking" follows three friends (Jonathan Groff, Frankie J. Alvarez and Murray Bartlett) as they "explore the fun and sometimes...

'Girls' Alum Christopher Abbott Reveals Why He Left the Show

The actor, who played Allison Williams' character's boyfriend Charlie, explains his abrupt departure from the HBO series.  

'Girls' Season 3: 'OITNB' star Danielle Brooks cast as show's first black female character

In the two years that "Girls" has existed, Lena Dunham's buzzy HBO comedy has faced much criticism its lack of racial diversity. Early in Season 2, Dunham tried to rectify complaints by casting "Community" star Donald Glover in two episodes as Sandy, a love interest for her character, Hannah.Through the character of Sandy, Dunham attempted to address the complaints lobbed against her show with a handful of very meta conversations about his place in Hannah's life. Suffice to say, it didn't work so well and those who took issue prior continued to voice their dissent. But perhaps her latest casting move, for the upcoming Season 3, will finally be what it takes to win over the critics.A recent interview with actress Danielle Brooks (Taystee on Netflix's "Orange is the New Black") revealed that she'll be involved in the new season. Asked by Ebony what was next for her, Brooks said, "Of course you're going to...