Last night was a good one for HBO's series Girls
Season two of Lena Dunham's NYC-set show premiered last night, and it cleaned up at the Golden Globes.
Mon Jan 14 2013
Photograph: Jessica Miglio
Let the incessant chatter about Girls resume! Last night, season two of HBO's much-discussed series premiered; at about the same time, the show received a couple of Golden Globes, for best comedy or musical series and for cocreator-writer-star Lena Dunham as best actress in a TV comedy or musical.
We're not going to recap last night's episode or anything (we liked the Atlantic Wire's take on the premiere), but instead direct you to this Gothamist article, which points out some of the Brooklyn venues featured in the premiere, including Williamsburg bookstore Spoonbill & Sugartown. Plenty of cool NYC spots pop up frequently on the show—check out our Girls walk to revisit some of the locations used in season one—so we're definitely curious to see where Hannah, Jessa, Marnie and Shosh will go this time around. (As long as they get the neighborhoods right—we still can't forgive the season one gaffe of placing Weather Up in Cobble Hill. Sorry, Lena.)