This week’s issue of Time Out New York features a total BFF fest — Lena Dunham is interviewed by best friend and “Girls” showrunner Jenni Konner, and spends a huge chunk of that interview gushing over pal Taylor Swift. So much girlfriend love! A snippet of the conversation: Keep reading »
I guess eating ass is officially hip? No, I’m really asking a serious question: Is this something singles like myself, but not literally myself, are doing with regularity? Because Marnie got her salad tossed on last night’s “Girls” premiere — and yes, HAPPY MONDAY, that is a GIF above for you to look at just as your boss passes by your cubicle. And everyone knows that if it’s on “Girls,” that mean all the cool kids are doing it, so tell me cool kids, when was the last time did this? No judgement, promise. [Gawker]
On Sunday, January 11, “Girls” fourth season premieres on HBO. The trailer shows Hannah at grad school in Iowa, Marnie pursuing her singing career (with Desi), and Shoshana having a rough time adjusting to post-collegiate life. Here are our predictions for Season 4 in BINGO form.
A new trailer for season four of “Girls” has arrived, and our favorite flailing anti-heroines look just as aimless and tone-deaf as ever — and I guess we really wouldn’t have it any other way, would we? The trailer also includes an excellent dig at Woody Allen in which Jessa recites his quote “the heart wants what it wants” and Hannah shuts that nonsense down. I am officially excited for the next season in spite of myself. It premieres on HBO on January 11 at 9 p.m.. [HuffIngton Post]
Controversy or not, Lena Dunham’s not going anywhere except back to the small screen for season four of “Girls.” And today we have the first trailer, which shows Hannah back in Iowa as a grad school student. I had totally forgotten that happened at the end of season three, though I don’t expect the show will keep Hannah away from New York City, her friends and, of course, boyfriend Adam for very long. Meanwhile, it looks like Shosh is dealing with the stress of finding her first post-college job, Marnie is still pining away for that sexy musician with the girlfriend and, uh, then there’s Jessa, getting arrested for god knows what. “Girls”‘ fourth season premieres on January 11 on HBO.