HBO's controversial show Girls has gained a cult following of millennials, who tune in each week to see the characters f**k up again and again. We've seen the show tackle very complex subjects such as abortion, drugs, divorce, sexuality and soul searching and though the content may be taboo, it's still incredibly funny. Compared to its predecessor, Sex And The City, Girls isn't glossy and viewers are presented with a very real take on life. Personally, I see far too much of myself in the show, which is both concerning and highly entertaining. My friends take great pleasure in telling me I'm a Marnie and I don't quite know how to take that.
As the show draws to a close, with the final season in post production, we're eager to know just how Lena Dunham is planning on finishing the show. Therefore, I have gathered all the information we have so far about the final series, in the vain hope there may be some clues as to the direction she is heading in.
To start us off let's watch one of the best moments from the show so far:
1. Everything We Know So Far: Hannah Is Pregnant?
According to the Hollywood Reporter, the final season sees Hannah in the family way. We're not a hundred percent sure who the baby daddy is though. Adam has been seen snuggling the bump, but as they weren't sleeping together in the last series we're inclined to think that it could be Fran's. This is a situation Hannah won't be able to talk herself out of.
2. Rumor Has It Hannah And Adam Have Made Up
We're not sure how feel about the possibility of Hannah getting back with Adam. After all he has been bumping uglies with Jessa for quite sometime now. You should also remember when Hannah and Adam were together he wasn't winning any best boyfriend awards. Looking at the following on-set photos of the two, we'd say they are definitely more than friends. Plus if you look closely you can make out Hannah's bump:
Lena shared this nautical post in Florida and sneakily let us in on the fact that something must be happening in the sunshine state for the girls.
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4. It's A Wrap: Lena Posts Last Ever 'Girls' Filming Day
After six years of shooting together it must be incredibly bittersweet for the cast and crew to finish filming. We love Lena's insight into what's going on backstage and we get there feeling there are going to be some beach happenings in the final season.
5. The First Episode Is Called 'All I Ever Wanted'
HBO are doing their best to keep as much under wraps for the big unveiling of the finale. However, we can tell you that the final episode has a name. 'All I Ever Wanted' shall kick start the season. It would be great to see all the girls finally get something good going in their lives. Who knows this season could bring love, money and careers for the infamous four?
6. Lena Dunham's Farewell Plus The Rest Of The Cast Say Goodbye
In preparation for the end of the show, the cast have begun sharing their fondest memories and what they'll miss about working with each other. It's super cute to see that these girls are really close and how much they've grown since we first started watching in 2012. Lena reflected on her time with Girls and as a director and writer as well as the star of the show with the blog post below:
"[Season 6] is the way that we’re thinking about it right now and we’re starting to think about sort of how to wrap up the storylines of these particular young women. I started working on this show when I was 23, and now I’m going to be 30 so it kind of feels right that this show kind of sandwiched my 20s and then I go off into the world!"
Allison Williams a.k.a Marnie shared this adorable throwback. Remember when Hannah and Marnie were the best of friends? That was such a long time ago:
Finally, Shoshanna as played by Zosia Mamet took this picture on her Instagram that made all our hearts weep a little:
Whatever Girls has in store for us, we bet it's going to be brilliant. I can honestly say I've had a blast watching the gang go from careless tweens to young women, often with hilarious mishaps along that way. Now the countdown begins, until the final season airs and we finally get to say goodbye to our favorite girls.