By Joanne Rosa
HBO’s Girls is a modern take of four girls trying to conquer New York City, and their personal lives. From frenemies, to finding jobs, to awkward sex, Girls takes a realistic approach to what life is like after college and living on your own.
Turns out starting your career, navigating your way through messy relationships and having to be an adult creates a lot of drama.
The hit show is breaking stereotypes, and boundaries on how twenty-something girls are supposed to behave.
We each identify with parts of Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, and Shoshanna because they are all so different from each other. It’s a miracle they are actually friends (kind of). One thing they do have in common is they always say it like they mean it, without fear of the aftermath. Those are our kind of people!
It feels like their lives are just getting started. We want to see where they go, because we want to see where we go. So, we’re kind of crushed the show is ending.
Luckily, show creator and star, Lena Dunham, feels the same way we do. “We’re not ready to say goodbye to it” Dunham told Vanity Fair at the Season 6 premiere. “We’d love to do a movie… we wanna know who they become”.
Us too, kid!
Showrunner, Jenni Konner, completely agrees with the idea of a Girls movie reunion. “We don’t know what the movie is, but yes, we’d love to do the Girls movie… I miss the characters already.”
If you’ve never watched Girls, you can start binge watching now. You may want to take a few days off from work, and fill up your fridge, because you won’t be able to watch just one episode. You probably won’t even be able leave your couch.
Catch the final season of Girls starting this Sunday, February 12th at 10 PM on HBO. Get hyped by watching the trailer now!