What Does Lena Dunham Have to Say About the Future of "Girls"?
One of the most talked about shows of this generation, "Girls," may be coming to an end, says the show's creator, showrunner and MAKER, Lena Dunham.
In a broadcasted phone chat with radio host Elvis Duran on Tuesday, Dunham hinted that the show is most likely coming to a close.
"I started working on this show when I was 23, and now I'm going to be 30 so it kind of feels right that this show kind of sandwiched my 20s and then I go off into the world," she explained.
Though nothing has been confirmed yet, HBO has yet to renew the series beyond the upcoming season five, which premieres in January.
In an interview with Variety earlier this year, Dunham mentioned that she spoke with HBO about a six-season cap, but that nothing was confirmed yet.
"Never say never, but that is the way that we're thinking about it right now and we're starting to think about sort of how to wrap up the storylines of these particular young women," Dunham said on "Elvis Duran and the Morning Show."
Whether you're a fan of HBO's "Girls" or not, it's safe to say that Dunham and co-creator Jenni Konner definitely have left an imprint in television as we know it.
But with other exciting projects like "Lenny Letter" in the works, we're sure Dunham and Konner are just getting started.
Watch Dunham's MAKERS Moment above as she talks about what she thinks of Hollywood and her role in it. Watch her full MAKERS story here.