HBO SERIES “GIRLS” TALENT, ALLISON WILLIAMS AND CHRISTOPHER ABBOTT, TALK TO CARIBBEAN & LATIN AMERICAN PRESS

HBO promoted season two of the award-winning original production, Girls, at an exclusive event for Caribbean and Latin American press. It took place in Miami, FL over the weekend…

Two of the show’s stars, Allison Williams and Christopher Abbott (Marnie and Charlie, respectively), spoke to press about their roles in the hit comedy.

Two of the show’s stars, Allison Williams and Christopher Abbott (Marnie and Charlie, respectively), spoke to press about their roles in the hit comedy.

From writer/director/actor Lena Dunham and comedy veterans Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner, this scripted half-hour series focuses on a group of 20-something women in New York and their adventures in post-collegiate floundering. Two years out of liberal arts school, Hannah (Dunham) believes she has the talent to be a successful writer, and though she has yet to complete her memoir (she has to live it first), her parents cut her off financially without warning. Further complicating things for Hannah is her unrequited passion for eccentric actor Adam, with whom she occasionally has sex (when he can be bothered to respond to her text messages).

The HBO series has been confirmed for a third season.

The HBO series has been confirmed for a third season.

As the harsh reality of rent and bills looms, Hannah leans on her very-put-together best friend and roommate Marnie, who has a real job at an art gallery and an even realer boyfriend (neither of which she can admit she might not love.) Meanwhile, their gorgeous British friend Jessa, who has travelled to as many different countries as she’s had boyfriends, appears in the city and moves in with Shoshanna, her naïve younger cousin with Sex and the City lifestyle aspirations. Over the course of Season 1’s ten episodes, the four girls try to figure out what they want – from life, from boys, from themselves and each other. The answers aren’t always clear or easy, but the search is profoundly relatable and infinitely amusing.

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