Season 2 of “Girls” premiered Jan. 13 (the same night it won a Golden Globe for best comedy series). Its ratings aren’t big — the season premiere brought in 1.6 million viewers over three airings — but its outsize buzz and awards potential (it won an Emmy and scored four other nominations last year) make it a no-brainer for another season.
Dunham also tells Baldwin — who suggests he play Hannah’s therapist in Season 3 — that “Girls” may do a couple more episodes next year.
“We’ve been doing 10,” she says. “I think between you, me and McGee, I think we might do 12 next year. I would love that. … I don’t have any desire in doing like, you know, a 22-episode — I don’t even understand how someone does the 22-episode marathon. But I do think … that a little more would be just a little more storytelling real estate and it would be amazing.”
Season 2 of “Girls” continues at 9 p.m. ET Sunday on HBO.