67 days ago | Variety - TV News
This interview contains plot details for the series finale of “Girls,” which aired Sunday night.
“Girls” ended tonight with “Latching,” an episode that skipped five months into the future to show us Hannah (Lena Dunham) with her newborn baby boy, Grover. In addition to a magnificent deployment of Tracy Chapman’s “Fast Car,” the episode (which is discussed further in this critical dialogue) offers up a glimpse of what growing up might look like for these characters — specifically Hannah and Marnie (Allison Williams), who are living together upstate and working on breastfeeding habits. It’s hard to imagine a more different setting from the first episode of “Girls,” which framed Hannah in a very different light. “Latching” was co-written by Dunham, Konner, and Judd Apatow, all executive producers on the show, and directed by Konner. Variety spoke to Konner and Dunham about six seasons of working together, choosing how to bid farewell to Hannah, and