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HBO's 'Girls' to End After Season 6


The end of the road is in sight for HBO's Girls . Sources confirm to The Hollywood Reporter that the Lena Dunham-Judd Apatow comedy will end its run after season six. Created by and starring Dunham, Girls remains a cornerstone of the premium cable network's original scripted programming and a staple of the cultural dialogue. Speaking with THR after the season four finale, star and co-showrunner Jenni Konner said producers would have a better feel for the future of the series after season five was arced out. Girls has been an awards season staple for HBO. The series won its first Emmy in 2012 for casting. Its young cast, including Dunham, Konner, Allison Williams, Adam Driver and more, have used the series to become part of Hollywood's new A-list. The comedy also won a Golden Globe for best comedy in 2013 and has been nominated in the same category multiple times at the Emmys.

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