Lena Dunham is the creator, executive producer, and stars of HBO’s “Girls.” If you haven’t watched the show it’s very “Sex and the City” mixed with “Entoruage” with more girl drama. “Girls” follows the life of Hannah, played by Lena, and her young 20-something year old friends as they try to survive in New York City. Lena and co recently won two Golden Globes for the show and now she will be teaming up with HBO to pen a new show. Lena will be working with “Girls” c0- executive producer Jenni Konner as well as Judd Apatow, who also works on “Girls.” Find out more about the new show below.

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Lena will be penning the new show, “Harlem,” based on the memoir Betty Halbriech,long-time Bergdorf Goodman personal shopper. All Dressed Up And Everywhere To Go, the upcoming memoir, highlights Halbriech’s career and her work with the rich and famous. Sounds like it would be a truer version of The Devil Wears Prada. The new show doesn’t have a release date of any sort, but sounds like it will be a good show and in the meantime we have “Girls” to hold us over for this season and next season.