It's been a while since the girls of "Girls" last spent time at Grumpy's and networked at funerals, but the wait is nearly over.
HBO announced that Season 4 of "Girls" will premiere Jan. 11, 2015. Earlier this week the network released an extended look at the season, in which the girls will be making "smarter choices." Season 4 catches up with Hannah as she decides whether or not to stay in Iowa (where she has trouble riding a bike). Meanwhile, Marnie pursues an affair, Jessa continues to be Jessa and Shoshanna's parents will be introduced.
HBO's new comedy "Togetherness," from brothers Mark and Jay Duplass, will debut following the season premiere of "Girls." The series follows Brett (Mark Duplass) and Michelle (Melanie Lynskey), a married couple trying to rekindle their relationship as his friend (Steve Zissis) and her sister (Amanda Peet) move in with them. Following "Togetherness," Season 2 of "Looking" premieres at 10:00 p.m. ET.
In the meantime, maybe go choreograph a dance with your friends:
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