Lena Dunham returns for the highly anticipated sixth season of Girls, the award-winning hit comedy series that follows the assorted humiliations and triumphs of a group of girls in their mid-20s – each facing new challenges in life and love this season.

girlss6bluStudio: HBO Home Video
Year: 2017
Release Date: July 25, 2017
Run time: 300 minutes
Rating: NR

Audio: DTS-HD MA lossless 5.1 mix
Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
Disc Spec: 2 BD
Region: A

“Girls” is the most non-traditional TV series I’ve ever seen. And it’s good. At the beginning it was kind of hard for me to watch it. All these unstable neurotic characters who I did not like at all. But still there was something very attractive for me in this whole Hannah’s miserable world, so I kept watching and it was worth it. Culturally the show had many strong stand alone episodes, usually the ones that focus on one specific character, for me the final 2 seasons, 5 and 6 were both a masterpiece. Each depicted the maturity of growing up and broke the mold that that previous 4 seasons had established.

Whether you loved it or hated, you can’t deny its strong cultural message and its unavoidable link to the other 2 classics it often gets compared to. The thing is, and to put it quite simply, before they were “Golden Girls”, there was “Sex and the City” and before “Sex and the City” there’s the initial entry, “Girls”. A story that actually needed to be told and that was hilariously and honestly told, and for that it will always be remembered.
Movie Content: 9/10

Special Features

  • A Goodbye to Girls: Extended Cut
  • Audio Commentary with Lena Dunham, Judd Apatow, and Jenni Konner
  • Inside the Episodes
  • Favorite Moment

Special Features: 7/10

Final Thoughts

There are quite some trains of thought and statements in the show that are gems, so I will definitely catch up on Lena Dunham’s work as she progresses in her career. This series was quite a ride and I highly recommend watching this for those that might have been intrigued at the premise.
Overall Rating: 9/10