Girls: Update on Season Two for HBO Series

season two of Girls on HBOLast night, HBO aired the first season finale of Girls, their new comedy series that stars Lena Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, and Adam Driver. Despite less-than-impressive ratings, the TV show was renewed for a second season after just a couple of episodes had aired.

There’s been no official word on when season two of Girls will debut but, on Twitter, executive producer Judd Apatow said that it was “looking like January.”

Though season two of Girls won’t start airing for more than six months, series creator and star Lena Dunham is currently working on it. Yesterday, she tweeted, “I am so excited for you to see the season finale of Girls, especially because I have spent the day working on the season finale of season 2!”

The cable channel ordered 10 episodes for season two.

What do you think? Are you looking forward to the second season of Girls?

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4 Comments · Read them below or add one

  1. Watcher says

    Girls is absolutely dynamite! Week-to-week I couldn’t wait for the next episode. Lena Dunham is incredibly talented considering the many hats she wears on the series. It’s the complete antithesis to Sex and the City. While Girls is daring, raw, honest and realistic to the point of awkward, Sex and the City was contrived, derivative and fake. HBO is a super network!

  2. says

    One of the worst shows I have ever seen on HBO and/or Showtime. Let’s see HBO cancels Deadwood, Rome, and Carnival but they renew this garbage. The first episode or two were decent but the show went right down the toilet. Unattractive woman, dopey boyfriends, and a lousy plot and this results in another season even though the ratings are horrible.

    This is one of many reasons why Showtime has become the number 1 station for series.

  3. Denyse Holm-Moberly says

    LOVE GIRLS, Fresh, young, well written and raw. There is a beautiful reality in the melange of conflicting emotions as the GIRLS seek their answers.

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