Girls is set to return to HBO with a big 12-episode-long third season on January 12th, and the network just released this, the second trailer for the season. It looks like Jon Glaser is back, which should be pretty great.
Check out the first trailer for season 3 below:
"When Mindy Kaling arrived to the Chateau Marmont 30 minutes late, she apologized profusely and began dabbing ice water on a badly skinned knee. 'I thought I hit an old woman in the Loehmann's parking lot,' she said, a flush of perspiration on her cheeks and forehead. 'Turned out it was a sack of trash with a shawl draped on it. Got so mad at it that I kicked it, and this happened.' She gestured to her knee."
- Mindy Kaling imagines the intro to her celebrity InStyle profile in this delightful interview conducted by Lena Dunham for the Rookie: Yearbook Two.
HBO announced today the return date for the new season of Lena Dunham's comedy-drama Girls. Season 3 will debut on Sunday, January 12, 2014, with two back-to-back episodes at 10pm. The third season will consist of 12 episodes, as opposed to previous years, which were just 10 episodes long.
On January 19th, HBO will be premiering a new show following Girls in the 10:30 timeslot. Called Looking, it's a comedy-drama created by newcomer Michael Lannan that stars Jonathan Groff (Glee), Frankie J. Alvarez, and Murray Bartlett as a trio of gay guys living in San Francisco. It sounds a lot like a gay version of Girls.
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“Half the time the scripts [Louis] gives me, this is not funny at all. But now I know the comedy is going to come."
- Louie executive producer Blair Breard talking at the Variety Emmy Elite Showrunners Breakfast with fellow EPs Judd Apatow of Girls, Steve Molaro of The Big Bang Theory, Armando Iannucci of Veep, Jack Burditt of 30 Rock, and Danny Zuker of Modern Family
Hustler is making a porn parody of HBO's Girls, and the star/creator of the series, Lena Dunham, is not pleased about it. News of the porn parody came out this week, and here's how porno news site XBIZ described the adult film, which is titled This Ain't Girls XXX:
In the XXX parody, Hannah (Alex Chance) decides to forsake men, and boyfriend Adam, to experiment with lesbianism. After a few satisfying jaunts she returns to Adam (Richie Calhoun) – and mankind. Adam accepts her back into the fold, but, true to the original show, adds a dominant and quirky dimension to the scene.
“[Adam’s] like, ‘OK, then crawl [...]