Trailer: ‘Girls' Season 3 | HBO
Abbott plays Charlie, who seemed primed to have a prominent role in season three.
Update: This has been confirmed by HBO.
I don’t get it.
This week in EW: Lena Dunham’s the cover star of our Women Who Run TV issue, which celebrates the on- and off-screen talent creating the smartest female-driven comedies and dramas on TV right now.
Other highlights: We eavesdrop on a conversation between Scandal’s show runner Shonda Rhimes and star Kerry Washington, get Amy Poehler’s advice for making it in show business, and chat with Mindy Kaling about the perks of being a boss lady.
This week, Alec Baldwin talks with Lena Dunham, whose hit show on HBO, “Girls,” just started its second season. LISTEN
‘Girls’ Season One Deleted Scene
In this deleted scene from season one, Hannah fails to get a job at a cupcake shop.
Lena Dunham may have alluded to that other HBO series about four women in NYC this past season, but if a spoiler-y twitpic is to be trusted she may be bringing the two series even closer together.
Lena Dunham discusses her Jimmy Fallon obsession with Jimmy Fallon
|—||Lena Dunham talks about the “Girls” backlash on NPR’s “Fresh Air.” (via huffposttv)|
HBO has picked up a new comedy series produced by Judd Apatow and created by and starring “Tiny Furniture” filmmaker Lena Dunham, the network announced.
The show, called “Girls,” will look at “the assorted humiliations and rare triumphs of a group of girls in their early 20s,” the network said.
Dunham and Apatow will executive produce with Jenni Konner. Ilene S. Landress will co-executive produce.