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Lena Dunham Wants To End Girls While It 'Hasn't Overstayed Its Welcome'

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Lena Dunham has elaborated on why she and the Girls team felt it was right to end the HBO series after its sixth season. Speaking at the Sundance Film Festival, during a Cinema Cafe chat with Norman Lear, the Girls creator and star explained that they wanted to end the show before it overstayed its welcome. "We were always conscious, especially because the show has been at times such a lightning rod, of overstaying our welcome," Dunham said. HBO's Girls predecessor Sex and the City also ended its run on the premium cable channel after six seasons but the stars did reunite for two movies, including a poorly reviewed sequel in which the four New Yorkers traveled to Abu Dhabi. Dunham suggested that Girls have a reunion set in Abu Dhabi's Middle East neighbor, Dubai.

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