With the fourth season of 'Girls' set to debut of 11th January, the cast and various celebrities arrived at the New York première for the series.
The American Museum of Natural History in New York was the sight of something pretty spectacular on 5th January 2015. And no, it wasn't because Ben Stiller was running around at night with a magical tablet and entourage of historical waxworks that look oddly like famous film stars. The Museum was, however, the location for the premiere for season four of HBO's 'Girls'.
As well as the majority of the main cast, the premiere saw members of the supporting cast and various additional celebrities arriving to support the premiere. In addition to Dunham, Allison Williams, Jemima Kirke, Zosia Mamet and Adam Driver posing on the red carpet and with one another, 'Mad Men''s Jon Hamm and 'Star Trek''s Zachary Quinto also made an appearance. The event was similar to the way in which the premiere for season three took place at The Lincoln Centre in Manhattan and also saw a string on celebrities checking in to show support.
Lena Dunham and Jemima Kirke at the 'Girls' season four premiere (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
For those who are unaware, 'Girls' was created by and starring Lena Dunham, following the lives of four New York women. The stories are inspired by similar life experiences that Dunham went through as a twenty-something woman living in New York. Dunham plays Hannah - an aspiring writer - who discovers that she is no longer being funded by her parents as they had done for two years beforehand.
Jon Hamm and Andrew Rannells at the 'Girls' season four premiere (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
'Girls' season four is set to run for ten episodes with an onscreen premiere on Sunday 11th January 2014. From there, the series will run on Sunday nights each week with the exception of 1st February. Finally, if it wasn't enough to have an entire season set to arrive on screens within a matter of days, HBO programming president Michael Lombardo has already confirmed that a fifth season is already in the works.
Joanne Tucker and Adam Driver at the 'Girls' season four premiere (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
Lena Dunham and Jack Antonoff at the 'Girls' season four premiere (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
Brian Williams, Allison Willams and Jane Stoddard Williams at the 'Girls' season four premiere (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
Zachary Quinto arrives at the 'Girls' season four premiere (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
Rita Wilson poses at the premiere for 'Girls' season four (Credit Jamie McCarthy - Getty Images)
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