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HBO's 'Girls' to end after season six

As Hannah Horvath once said, "The show was perfect. It was Beyoncé to me"

By Verinia Khoo | Published: 6 Jan 2016

'Girls' to end soon
Photo: girlshbo/Instagram

It's almost time to bid Lena Dunham's HBO TV series Girls farewell as E! News has confirmed the series will end after its sixth season. It is sad news for those of us who have followed the series religiously but the announcement didn't come as a surprise; Lena had hinted at its ending beforehand.

"I'm not confirming or denying. We're not committing," she told Entertainment Weekly. "It's always been important to us that we know and understand when it's time to wrap it up. It is about a very specific time in life and we don't want to push past that or overextend it. We're going to feel it out."

The series, which also stars Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke and Zosia Mamet will air its 5th season on 21 February at 10pm ET on HBO. No news yet as to when and if we'll get it but here's to hoping we will!

 

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