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A comedy about the experiences of a group of girls in their early 20s.

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Won 2 Golden Globes. Another 15 wins & 92 nominations. See more awards »

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 Hannah Horvath (62 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Marnie Michaels (55 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Jessa Johansson (53 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Adam Sackler (49 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Shoshanna Shapiro (48 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Ray Ploshansky (42 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Elijah Krantz (35 episodes, 2012-2017)
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 Desi Harperin (25 episodes, 2014-2017)
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The assorted humiliations, disasters and rare triumphs of four very different twenty-something girls: Hannah, an aspiring writer; Marnie, an art gallery assistant and cousins Jessa and Shoshanna. Written by Anonymous

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Nowhere to grow but up See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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15 April 2012 (USA)  »

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Marnie is based upon Audrey Gelman, Lena Dunham's real-life best friend. As a tip to that, Gelman was cast in the role of Marnie's rival. See more »

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Referenced in The Tonight Show with Jay Leno: Episode #22.53 (2013) See more »

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It's annoying.
29 March 2014 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I can see some minor appeal to this show and I won't challenge the taste of anyone who likes it. My girlfriend watches it regularly, though she can't articulate why.

From my perspective it's a pointless meta-tragedy where rich 30-somethings attempt to act like poor 20-somethings but wield only enough emotional depth to emulate spoiled teenagers. Each character is a razor-thin veneer that barely manages to obscure the underlying actor's radiant sense of entitlement and profound lack of awareness.

These are truly despicable, irreparably self-obsessed people. Girls would work so much better if it were framed as satire rather than as a dramedy that wants to be taken semi-seriously.


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