Almost getting it kind of together.
Writer/director/actor Lena Dunham debuts the highly anticipated sophomore season of her Emmy winning Girls, executive produced by Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner - only on HBO. Following the New York City adventures of a group of 20-something women, the series focuses on Hannah Horvath (Dunham) and her complicated web of friends, ex-friends, boyfriends, and ex-boyfriends. This season, Hannah forges ahead with her writing pursuits and begins seeing someone new, but her enthusiasm is tempered by the responsibility she feels for her now-ex Adam (Adam Driver), convalescing after being hit by a truck in the Season One finale. Let down by work and still lonely after calling things off with Charlie (Christopher Abbott), Marnie (Allison Williams) needs her best friend and former roommate more than ever, but lingering awkwardness - and some surprising turns - only drive a wedge further between then. Meanwhile, Jessa (Jemima Kirke) returns from her honeymoon and tries to settle into life with her new husband, Thomas-John (Chris O'Dowd), a sleazy businessman who she hardly knows. Shoshanna (Zosia Mamet) takes charge of her sexuality - and copes with the emotions that come along with it - as Ray (Alex Karpovsky) has an out-of-sight, out-of-mind attitude toward their relationship. The girls may have their ups and downs, but the show's raw poignancy and fresh humor remain constant. Season 2 of Girls is as addictive as ever.