Critic Consensus: In its final season, Girls remains uncompromising, intelligent, character driven, compassionate -- and at times consciously aggravating.
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as Hannah Horvath
as Jessa Johansson
as Marnie Michaels
as Adam Sackler
as Shoshanna Shapiro
as Loreen Horvath
as Tad Horvath
as Ode Montgomery
as Chuck Palmer
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Girls still contains all the perfect details that have defined its world in the past... But its ambitions, like Hannah's, seem to have benefited from realizing that the best stories have a deeper purpose than simple entertainment.
Of course you'll love it. What else would you expect me to say?
Whether you find all the noise Dunham generates to be cacophonous or harmonious, don't let it drown this out: Girls was great.
We're not supposed to like [Ray and Jessa], and that is part of the beauty of a show that has realistically portrayed how ugly modern romance can sometimes be.
Girls overreached. There just aren't six seasons worth of interesting material for the average millennial girl to live through without bringing in sensational elements that go above and beyond an average reality.
Lena Dunham's continuously uncompromising HBO series, Girls, remains intelligent, character-focused, fearless, relentless, unwavering, knowingly aggravating and heavily emotional in its highly dramatic, sure to be controversial final season.
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