HBO’s Girls will come back to the TV for its series finale. Will Hannah Helene Horvath (Lena Dunham), who left a deep cultural impact in the earlier seasons, finally grow up in Girls Season 6?
According to Bustle, irrespective of whether viewers loved the earlier seasons, hated them or perhaps had a mixed feeling, very few will argue that it has managed to become an important part of the television industry. So, bidding a farewell to the show will be a pretty tough task for many.
Official Trailer Shows Hannah Pitching as a Writer
Entertainment Weekly reported that the official promo of HBO series Girls Season 6 shows Hannah presenting herself as a writer to an editor. She tells that “I just feel like I’m a really perfect fit for your magazine. I don’t give a s— about anything, yet I simultaneously have opinions about everything.”
Hannah also says that she wants to describe the sad things in life through her writings in a manner.which can make her readers laugh. Thus, it appears that she may eventually become a much mature person in the final season. But, time can only tell if she will really grow up or not.
Meanwhile, the other girls could be also going through a similar situation as they make an attempt to find out what is going on in their lives. Jessa (Jemima Kirke) is guilty of the fact that she is with Adam (Adam Driver) while Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) has returned from Japan.
Marnie(Allison Williams) feels down since she is no longer sure whether Hannah is still friends with her or not. But somehow the promo gives a feel that everything will be well at the end.
While the show has never been extremely popular, it has always enjoyed its own share of fan following. It has got good reviews though the ratings have been average in the past.
The show has been applauded by the critics for its refreshing tone with lot of humorous elements. The performance of Dunham has been particularly appreciated by the show’s fans.
Girls Season 6 will premiere on Sunday, February 12 at 10 p.m. ET on HBO.
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