The early twenties can be tough years. Sure, they’re full of opportunities, mistakes to be made, and risks to be taken or passed over, but then there’s the lack of money, the indecisiveness, and the realization that this part of adulthood, between school and career/family/house/kids/dog, had been left out of the lesson plan in school. Or maybe I’m just speaking from my own experiences, but the trailer for HBO’s Girls takes me back to those exciting but frustrating identity-shaping years.

Created by Tiny Furniture’s Lena Dunham, and executive produced by Dunham, Judd Apatow and Jenni Konner, Girls follows four young women living in New York and trying to figure out what they want. That’s actually what it looks like they’re doing in the poster HBO just released for the series.



Sure, they’re young and as evidenced by the poster above, very beautiful, but the drab looking apartment backdrop shown in the poster helps set the tone, as four girls try to figure out where they want their lives to go and how to get it there.

?Here’s the previously released trailer for Girls, which debuts on April 15 at 10:30 p.m. on HBO.

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