It's time to say goodbye to your favorite Girls. As E! News previously reported, Lena Dunham's HBO comedy series is coming to an end after season six. But fear not, that means you have season five, premiering on Sunday, Feb. 21, and the entire season six left to enjoy.
"Judd [Apatow], Lena and I really felt like we know the ending now and once you know the ending, you can't just kick around for a while," executive producer Jenni Konner told E! News. "You have to get there. The show's called Girls, not Women, and it just seemed like the natural time to wrap up."
But before Girls does wrap up, the characters have some growing up to do. Things kick off with the entire cast assembled—Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet, Adam Driver, Jake Lacy and Alex Karpovsky—for Marnie's wedding in upstate New York.
"I'm still so impressed with the writing," Lacy told us. "That to get new scripts is always a treat to me…That's like, for me as Jake, a little joy to have that, that will be sad to not have."
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Girls airs Sundays, 10 p.m. on HBO.