HBO's new comedy series Girls now has a teaser trailer.
The show has been created by Lena Dunham who will also star, and is to be executive produced by Judd Apatow.
Girls will focus on the experiences of a group of girls in New York in their 20s, which is hardly a unique and scintillating proposal.
The trailer can be viewed at the bottom of the page and is very funny, despite its short length, giving us a pretty good idea about what we can expect.
Which I predict is the complete opposite to Sex and the City.
This is the first time Apatow has worked in television since Undeclared which ended in 2003 and it is as yet unkown whether the show will be in the same tone as his critically acclaimed Freaks and Geek, which was also cancelled.
They have the freedom to label anything as "private" and YOU have the right to sneak in through the front door. Just download a small IP cloaking program like Free-Hide-IP or Safe IP, showing that your CPU location is in the US and voila, you can watch any private content they have to offer. You are welcome.
Message Posted On Jun 24th, 2012, 2:27 pm
Australians, although the testing ground for many American TV Shows, never get to see these type of 'bytes'-'grabs'-'teasers'.
And many past episodes cannot be viewed either.
The Industry is happy for us to be the 'goose'
but restrict the desire 'To Have A Gander'.
Unhappy Avid Consumer-TV Addict.