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Dunham Plans To End HBO's ‘Girls’ In 2017


According to reports, Lena Dunham intends to end her hit TV show ‘Girls’ after its sixth season. In an interview with radio host Elvis Duran, Dunham revealed that she has been considering just how to wrap up the popular HBO dramatic comedy, and aims to do so before her 30th birthday in May. According to Dunham - who serves as the show's creator, writer and star - “we’re starting to think about sort of how to wrap up the storylines of these particular young women.”

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