HBO has announced details of the final three episodes of “Girls,” so we’re hoping you have your tissues ready as Hannah’s (Lena Dunham) journey of self-discovery in New York City will soon come to an end. The series finale is titled “Latching” and will air on the pay cable network Sunday, April 16 at 10:00 p.m., but that’s not all we know about the end of “Girls.” Scroll down to see mild spoilers for the final three half-hours and then a look back at the show’s winning history at the Emmy Awards.
Season 6, Episode 8
“What Will We Do This Time About Adam?”
Sunday, April 2
Description: Adam (Adam Driver) comes to Hannah with surprising news. Jessa (Jemima Kirke) spends a day off on her own. Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) slogs through helping Ray (Alex Karpovsky) with his oral-history project, until a fortuitous run-in with Abigail (Aidy Bryant), her old boss, infuses the venture with new energy. Written by Judd Apatow & Lena Dunham; directed by Jesse Peretz.
Season 6, Episode 9
Sunday, April 9
Description: After an important meeting, Hannah reaches out to friends for advice, but has trouble reaching Marnie (Allison Williams). Written by Jenni Konner & Lena Dunham; directed by Nisha Ganatra.
Season 6, Episode 10
Sunday, April 16
Description: In the “Girls” series finale, Hannah embarks on a new chapter. Written by Lena Dunham & Jenni Konner & Judd Apatow; directed by Jenni Konner.
Throughout its first five seasons, “Girls” was nominated for 15 Emmy Awards and won two: Best Comedy Casting in 2012 and Best Comedy Guest Actor for Peter Scolari in 2016. The show was nominated for Best Comedy Series twice (2012 and 2013), while Dunham earned three noms for Best Comedy Actress (2012-2014) and Driver scored a trio of bids for Best Comedy Supporting Actor (2013-2015). None of the other titular “Girls” — Williams, Kirke and Mamet — have yet to register with Emmy voters, although guest star Gaby Hoffmann did earn a surprise bid in 2015.
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