Whether you're a fan of the show or despise the very thought of it, HBO's new girls-in-the-city comedy "Girls" is dominating the talk around Hollywood and all over the web.
The series follows Hannah (series creator Lena Dunham), Marnie (Allison Williams), Jessa (Jemima Kirke) and Shoshana (Zosia Mamet) as they struggle to "make it" in New York City in their early 20s.
Sounds like another show you've heard of right? Yes, the explicit content is in the same vein as "Sex and the City," but there's more to these early-twenties girls than shoes, sex and clothes.
After she picked up two Golden Globes for the network in January, Lena Dunham is eyeing a new comedy concept for HBO. According to Deadline, the home of Dunham's "Girls" has optioned a memoir from fashion insider Betty Halbreich cal... Read Post
On her hit HBO show "Girls," writer-creator-star Lena Dunham hasn't been shy about talking about sex, life and her twentysomething generation. Her new pro-Obama video aims to be just as bold, or brazen, depending on where you're com... Read Post