Worry not, "Girls" fans: The Golden Globe-winning HBO series isn't going anywhere.
While chatting with Alec Baldwin on his podcast "Here's The Thing" on Monday, "Girls" creator and star Lena Dunham revealed that she has a six-year contract with HBO.
"HBO contractually has me I think as an actor for six years, but as a writer and director ... I should pay more attention to my deals," Dunham told Baldwin. "But I’m just so excited to have my job, I just go, ‘OK, whatever you say.’"
Only two episodes into Season 2, the controversial series has already scored two Golden Globes.
"This award is for every woman who felt like there wasn't a space for her," Dunham said in her Globes acceptance speech for Best Actress In A TV Comedy Series. "This show has made a space for me."
"Girls" airs on Sundays at 9 p.m. EST on HBO.
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