‘Girls’ series finale preview: ‘See how it all ends,’ teases HBO’s trailer for ‘Latching’ [WATCH]

“See how it all ends,” teases HBO’s preview for the sure-to-be tear-jerking series finale of “Girls.” The 46-second promo for Sunday’s swan song, titled “Latching,” showcases dozens of clips from the comedy’s first six seasons, then ends with Loreen (Becky Ann Baker) yelling at her daughter Hannah (Lena Dunham) about her unexpected pregnancy. “You made a choice. Guess what? It’s the first one you can’t take back. This is it, honey. And this is forever.” Watch the preview trailer above for “Girls” Season 6, Episode 10.

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HBO’s official description for the episode is simply, “Hannah embarks on a new chapter.” Since last week’s episode hinted at Hannah leaving Brooklyn for upstate New York, could that be her aforementioned “new chapter”? Or perhaps we’ll flash-forward in time several months and see Hannah give birth to her son? “Latching” is written by Lena Dunham & Jenni Konner & Judd Apatow, and directed by Konner.

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Gold Derby has learned the “Girls” Emmy category placements for Season 6, with Dunham once again being the show’s only lead submission. The Comedy Supporting Actress contenders are Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Allison Williams, while the Comedy Supporting Actor hopefuls are Ebon Moss Bachrach, Adam Driver, Alex Karpovsky and Andrew Rannells. And the network is pushing only three guest stars: Baker, Peter Scolari and Matthew Rhys.

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For its first five seasons, “Girls” earned 15 Emmy nominations and won two: Best Comedy Casting (2012) and Best Comedy Guest Actor for Scolari (2016). Are you excited for the “Girls” series finale on Sunday, or are you dreading it? Be sure to sound off in the comments section below and then join the discussion with other fans in our fun TV forums.

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