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Girls (tv program)

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  • Lena Dunham "Not That Kind of Girl" tour visits Chicago

    Lena Dunham "Not That Kind of Girl" tour visits Chicago
    “Questions for Lena? Do you have a question for Lena? Would you like to ask Lena Dunham a question?” Early Monday night the Lena Dunham book tour and circus of earnestness and irony rolled into Chicago, promising cultural spectacle and...
  • Essayist Roxane Gay's critical voice is booming

    Essayist Roxane Gay's critical voice is booming
    At the risk of sounding like I'm "mansplaining": Female nonfiction writers are having a moment. How do I know this? The literary ether has whispered it for months: Lena Dunham ("Girls") recently Instagrammed a picture of Megan Stielstra's book of essays,...
  • Lynn Shelton follows her own direction in 'Laggies'

    Lynn Shelton follows her own direction in 'Laggies'
    Her first day on the Seattle set of the comedy "Laggies," Keira Knightley noticed something unusual about her director, Lynn Shelton: She knew all the grips' names. "Most directors are like generals or dictators, because it is like an army that's...
  • Top Showrunners Talk Shop, Swap Stories at Produced By Confab

    The art of showrunning is changing, as evidenced by the foursome who came together Saturday for a panel at the Produced By: New York confab. Greg Yaitanes, showrunner of Cinemax's "Banshee," came up the ranks as an episodic director. He's not a writer...
  • Lena Dunham is no child molester, and shame on anyone who says she is

    Lena Dunham is no child molester, and shame on anyone who says she is
    You could do a few things to defend Lena Dunham against outlandish charges emanating from the political right that she sexually molested her younger sister. You could call up a child development expert, who would tell you it’s normal for 6- or 7-...
  • Sorry, Lena Dunham, you're stuck with your life story and the critics

    Sorry, Lena Dunham, you're stuck with your life story and the critics
    Lena Dunham, creator of the sensational HBO series "Girls" — and now the object of overwrought child abuse accusations by boys on the right — seems the perfect antidote to election fatigue. Poor Dunham. Everything was rocking along just...
  • Lena Dunham apologizes for her 'comic use' of 'sexual predator'

    Lena Dunham apologizes for her 'comic use' of 'sexual predator'
    Lena Dunham, who in recent days has been accused of sexually abusing her younger sister Grace Dunham based on excerpts from her memoir, apologized Tuesday for "the comic use of the term 'sexual predator.'" The "Girls" creator and star, in a statement...
  • Lena Dunham defends herself against accusations of sexual abuse

    Lena Dunham defends herself against accusations of sexual abuse
    Lena Dunham has spoken out in reaction to outlets that cited passages from her book "Not That Kind of Girl" as evidence that she sexually abused her younger sister Grace Dunham when both were children. "The right wing news story that I molested my...
  • Watch the 'Girls' season 4 trailer

    Watch the 'Girls' season 4 trailer
    Ready for another season of "Girls"? HBO released the trailer for season 4 of the Lena Dunham vehicle, and here's what we know so far from the trailer: -Hannah and Adam are still together in some fashion, but probably not for long, because ... -It...
  • Watch the First Trailer for 'Girls' Season 4

    Hannah is loving Iowa, even if no one else wants to move there, ever. HBO debuted the trailer for season 4 of "Girls" Friday, which finds Lena Dunham's Hannah enjoying herself at the University of Iowa's writer's workshop, Zosia Mamet's Shoshanna...
  • Violent TV desensitizes adults, who become lenient with kids

    Violent TV desensitizes adults, who become lenient with kids
    What people see on TV is influential. Certainly TV advertisers believe it to be true; otherwise, companies would not have spent $86 billion last year just on television trying to convince Americans to buy their goods and services. Yet people...