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HBO’s Girls is finally headed back to the schedule, and to celebrate, the subscription cable network has put out the first extended trailer for Season 4. It looks at Hannah, who is headed to Iowa for a writers workshop, while her oddball group of friends continue to adjust to life away from the warm embrace of their parents’ monetary cocoons. Enjoy the wild trailer in full, below.
We’ve known Hannah would be getting away from the big city for a while, now. Back in August, HBO released a glimpse of the new season, which hilariously features Lena Dunham falling off a bike in Iowa. While Iowa offers plenty of reasons to party hard, the trailer makes it apparent that Dunham’s Hannah might be having some problems getting creative in the writing workshop. Because it wouldn’t be Girls without a little personal crisis…

Also, in the new video, we get to catch up with Jessa, Marnie and Shoshannah, who all seem to be having a fairly rough time. Poor Shosh gets made fun of for her wardrobe choices by a businesswoman in an interview, while Jessa actually seems to be getting arrested in one shot in the video. Marnie’s unlucky in love and Adam and Hannah are miles and miles apart. Adam also seems to be going through some sort of personal thing, whining about his body in the trailer. Also, Hannah takes a fake shower. But seriously, what’s up with Jessa and this arrest scene?

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Girls went into production just a couple of months ago. Just like past seasons, HBO has signed on for a 10-episode order for the season, which is a reduction from the 12 episodes produced last year. Regardless, most of the main cast members will be back and a slew of new names have been added. Girls has added Community star Gillian Jacobs to play Mimi-Rose Howard, a new recurring character during Season 4. Maude Apatow, Zachary Quinto and Ana Gasteyer are also expected to guest star.

You can see how the whole Iowa and New York split works out when HBO’s Girls returns to the schedule on Sunday, January 11 at 9 p.m. ET.

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