The Season 5 finale of "Girls" aired on Sunday, April 17, and rather than leaving viewers with a cliffhanger, Lena Dunham and gang decided to provide closures, at least on some level. The upcoming Season 6 will be the final season of "Girls" and fans are desperate to know how Hannah's swan song will play out.
Other than Season 1, "Girls" has always premiered in the beginning of the year, mostly in January. Considering the new season is expected in 2017, we are hoping that HBO will be airing new episodes of the show starting Sunday, January 15, 2017.
The finale of Season 5 has set the stage for what fans can expect from the upcoming season. The girls, for example, are more matured than they have ever been. Lena, for example, realises that she will never be true to who she is unless she gets back to writing. She has also broken up with Fran (Jake Lacy) and has decided to let go of her anger towards Jessa (Jemima Kirke).
Meanwhile, Jessa and Adam (Adam Driver) realise that their relationship cannot be all rainbows and unicorns as they had hoped. Both characters are equally volatile and prone to breaking stuff when angry. In a post-partum discussion of the episode, Dunham guaranteed that the fight does not necessarily mean their relationship is over. However, the finale fight definitely opens their eyes to a new dimension in their relationship.
Shoshanna (Zosia mamet), on the other hand, has had the greatest growth graph among all the girls. She even experienced a small win by saving Ray's (Alex Karpovsky) café Grumpy from sinking. As of the finale, she has found a level of peace with her achievement, after the heartbreak of losing her perfect job in Japan.
Marnie (Allison Williams) and Ray also learn that they will have to learn to deal with Desi (Ebon Moss-Barchrach) for the same of her music career. They will have to be adults and sort their issues for the sake of their goals and dreams.
The wait for "Girls" Season 6 may be long, but we will be updating you with regular news and spoilers. So, do not forget to check back here.