Prepare yourselves for more quirky awkwardness via Lena Dunham.
HBO has renewed Dunham’s series “Girls” for a fifth season, HBO’s president of programming Michael Lombardo said at the New York premiere for Season 4 of the show on Monday.
“Girls,” which also stars Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Adam Driver and Zosia Mamet, premieres its fourth season Jan. 11.
The January 2013 Season 3 premiere of “Girls” drew 1.1 million total viewers — a 28 percent jump over the Season 2 premiere, and a series high.
The upcoming season of “Girls” will feature guest stars Ana Gasteyer and “ER” alum Anthony Edwards, who will play the parents of Mamet’s character, Shoshanna.