It’s ba-aack: Girls, the HBO dramedy created by Lena Dunham—and starring at least one angry guy—returns on Sunday, and kicked off its third season with a swanky premiere co-hosted by the Cinema Society at Lincoln Center. Screening the first two episodes (and the seventh!) of the new season for the likes of Bill Hader, Judd Apatow, Questlove, and Amy Schumer, as well as the cast. Spoiler alert: the show’s still funny.
In a separate but nearby universe, the most talked-about new show on premium cable is Boys. Created by Philip O’Keeffe, the 25-year-old grandson of painter Georgia O’Keefe, the show follows four male friends in Brooklyn, NY who are busy trying to become who they are.