HBO’s “Girls” could have come to an finish, with its 6th and ultimate season wrapping up in April, however the inventive partnership of Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner lives on.
According to People, the “Girls” govt manufacturers have a brand new TV display within the works. Speaking to newshounds on Friday, the duo showed that they’ve any other challenge within the pipeline. “We’re back in business,” Dunham stated.
No information about the challenge had been made public as of but, even though Dunham hinted, “you’ll definitely see some more awkward situations and people showing their darker selves.” In brief, it appears like a go back to shape for the brains at the back of the famously messy, neurotic characters of “Girls.”
“We’re feeling lucky and busy,” Dunham instructed People.
There’s no signal of when this unnamed TV display may well be coming to audience, however within the period in-between, Dunham and Konner have various joint initiatives at the approach. They co-founded the preferred feminist e-newsletter Lenny Letter, which celebrated its 2d anniversary on Friday; the e-newsletter spawned an imprint at Random House that revealed its first e-book, Sour Heart by way of Jenny Zhang, this summer time. In 2016, Konner and Dunham published that Lenny Letter can be launching an HBO documentary collection.
Konner and Dunham additionally produced a brief movie, the “Lost in Translation”-esque “Tokyo Project,” which is able to air on HBO this autumn. The brief used to be directed by way of Richard Shepard, who in the past labored with Konner and Dunham on “Girls,” and stars actress Elisabeth Moss.
Even amid the run of “Girls,” the showrunners had been busy with different initiatives. In 2015, it used to be reported that Dunham used to be at paintings on a brand new comedy pilot for HBO. “Max,” which used to be reportedly set within the 1960s publishing scene, used to be set to celebrity Zoe Kazan. Though “Max” has but to look the sunshine of day, it kind of feels most probably that the challenge she and Konner referenced on Friday is a brand new one.
In April 2016, Dunham instructed The Hollywood Reporter that the “Max” pilot were filmed. “It was really fun to shoot something else with a really strong female lead and just continue to explore our voice and to support other writers that we really like,” she stated.
While Dunham didn’t be offering the Reporter to any extent further information about the challenge, she stated that it had reaffirmed her pastime in operating at the back of the digital camera. “I hope there’s more just directing or just writing in my future because it’s really refreshing for me.” With any other TV display coming, it kind of feels like she’ll be attending to do exactly that.