Latest News for HBO's Series Girls

Girls is a new series on HBO that chronicles the lives of twenty-something women as they struggle to find their place in the world, or in this case- New York City. Deemed a more modern, young, realistic version of Sex and the City the series is sure to appeal to young men and women alike. Below you'll find all of the latest news items as well as featured articles for HBO's Girls. The award winning writer, director and lead actress: Lena Dunham is the voice of a generation. As with all HBO series you can watch Girls online with HBOGo. Are you one of her many young followers? If you can't find something you're looking for try the search bar above!

Girls Season Finale: “Home Birth”

Girls Season Finale: “Home Birth”

The final episode of Girls season 4 wraps up a lot of story lines, and leaves many more to new exciting adventures.   “Be the walker not the dog” Early on in the episode we see Shosh finally land the job she has been searching for. It’s an exciting opportunity that opens up a lot of doors to her future. The only issue however is that it’s in Tokyo. The rest of her arc this episode is her trying to make the decision whether or not she should take the job. Her current boyfriend begs her to stay, but Ray’s business partner convinces her to take the job. The whole season has revolved around Shoshana’s future,...

Girls: “Daddy Issues”

Girls: “Daddy Issues”

Any Girls fan with a good memory probably reacted the same way I did to last week’s episode: “ELIJAH CALLED IT!” Hannah’s dad dropped the bomb on his wife last week concerning his long-repressed homosexuality, and we anxiously awaited Hannah’s reaction this week after her mom told her the news. Hannah has a knack for making any issue about her, so it was surprising to see her calmly having lunch with her father as they discussed the situation rationally. When her father asks her how she’s taking the news, she replies, “I’m proud of you and I’m worried about mom, but at the end of the day, this isn’t really about me.”...

Girls: “Tad & Loreen & Avi & Shanaz”

Girls: “Tad & Loreen & Avi & Shanaz”

  With only two episodes remaining after this one in Season Four of Girls, Lena Dunham took to “Tad & Loreen & Avi & Shanaz” to set the ball rolling for the season climax.As some Girl watchers had predicted back when Hannah’s Dad visited her in Iowa, Hannah’s dad does in fact have a secret to share, and that is- as Elijah predicted back in season one- that he is gay. Hannah’s mom on the other hand, being the narcissist she is, has extreme trouble believing that he is actually gay, but rather just thinks he is coming out because he is jealous that she received tenure before him. I love the subtle similarities that...

Girls: “Ask Me My Name”

Girls: “Ask Me My Name”

So my predictions last week that Hannah was perhaps on the up have been spectacularly shattered in this week’s episode ‘Ask Me My Name’. We start with Hannah talking to a group of wide eyed teens (amongst the class is Maud Apatow; the beautiful daughter of Judd Apatow and Leslie Mann who is growing up really well) about how the story of Oedipus is where the concept of the MILF has come from. She is confidently talking to this class like she has been doing it for years and upon her arrival into the teacher’s lounge, we learn she is working as a substitute teacher. Here she meets a man called Fran, also a teacher, who rather...

Girls: “Close Up”

Girls: “Close Up”

After last week’s rather sombre and emotion fuelled episode I had a horrible dread in the pit of my stomach that this week we would see Hannah spiralling into a depressive state with her OCD coming back to haunt her and stress seeping out of her ears. This was in fact the case, to begin with, as she barks at Elijah for eating all of her Cinnamon Toast Crunch cereal – a hangable offence in my opinion. However, after a short therapy session and a lunch with all the girls and Elijah, she seems to have an epiphany. Those who can’t…teach! So Hannah is going to try her hand at becoming a teacher, and I can see this being a...

Girls: “Sit In”

Girls: “Sit In”

Throughout television history, we have been privy to some of the greatest fictional love stories. From Carrie and Mr Big to Ross and Rachel if there is anything we have come to learn it’s that these guys like to break up, get back together, break up, get back together over and over again and eventually, they end up together, sort of. Joining the ranks is now Hannah and Adam for whom this episode is solely dedicated to, but this time its real. There is no canned laughter, quips from Chandler or romantic sweeping statements from Ms Bradshaw. This is just two people, evaluating their relationship in what has become one of the entire shows...

Girls: “Cubbies”

Girls: “Cubbies”

This episode of Girls is all about criticism and how we handle it. Each member of the Girls crew (excluding Jessa who has usual doesn’t fit in) are faced with some form of criticism. Criticism is something we face daily in our lives, and how it affects us speaks a lot to how we are as a person.   “I would like to know what’s wrong with me.” Throughout this season we have seen Shoshanna going to various interviews throughout New York. We’ve seen her nail a job interview, that it turns out she didn’t even want. So far we only have seen her utterly confident, and prideful in her success. Shoshanna begins this ...

Girls: “Female Author”

Girls: “Female Author”

While we spent the entirety of last week’s episode with Hannah in Iowa, “Female Author” took us back to the ever-problematic lives of the other girls in New York City. “Female Author” was fueled by conflict, as Hannah, Jessa, Adam and Marnie all realized how discontent they are with their current situations. Hannah begins the episode in typical Hannah fashion, as she video chats with Jessa as they catch up about Hannah’s life in Iowa. The conversation seems a bit forced, until Hannah stumbles into asking the question that we all knew was on her mind the whole time: “How’s Adam?” As a result of only having one class a week,...

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