The first season of the American comedy-drama television series Girls premiered on HBO on April 15, 2012, and consisted on 10 episodes, concluding on June 17, 2012. The series was created by Lena Dunham, who portrays the lead character, who based the premise and central aspects of the show on her personal life. It was produced by Apatow Productions, I Am Jenni Konnor Productions and HBO productions.
The season introduces Dunham's character Hannah Horvath, an immature aspiring writer from East Lansing, Michigan who is in for a surprise when she is informed by her parents that they will no longer support her financially. Having received their support for two years, following her graduation from Oberlin College, Hannah struggles with her newly established independence as she is left to her own devices in Greenpoint, Brooklyn. Within Hannah's circle of friends they include Marnie Michaels (Allison Williams), Jessa Johansson (Jemima Kirke) and Shoshanna Shapiro (Zosia Mamet).
The paper routes have to start before 5 a.m., which means Halloween is still going on for teenagers looking to cause trouble. Erin runs into the three other paper girls having to help KJ stand up to a group of teenagers who are messing with her.
Before they can expound further, more people show up dressed in white and shooting lasers at the two hooded men and by proxy the paper girls. Erin, Mac, Tiff, and KJ all manage to escape, but the same cannot be said for their captors/rescuers, who are shot and killed by the soldiers in white.
The girls hide out and realize that Erin, who was dying from the gunshot wound a few minutes earlier now seems to be completely healed. It appears that the robot bugs have done their work, repairing her.
When asked about the web series' subtitle "Better Together", Hadley replied, "Not 100% sure. Better Togther[sic] was the marketing name/theme for the first season. I usually find them under Equestria Girls digital shorts".
At the Canterlot Mall, Sunset Shimmer gets in line for the new video game Tirek's Revenge but finds it to be exceedingly long. As time passes, Sunset gets stir-crazy and jealous of the fun that other people in line are having with their friends. Just then, Rainbow Dash arrives, and upon realizing that Sunset is waiting in line by herself, she uses her super speed to get the rest of their friends, making Sunset's wait in line more bearable. By the time she gets to the front of the line, the game is completely sold out. Luckily, Pinkie Pie had pre-ordered the game for her weeks prior, and the girls go home to play it together.
One day at school, Sunset Shimmer's empathy powers get so out of control that she starts hearing others' thoughts without touching them, and she discovers her friends are experiencing similar boosts in their powers. As they wonder why, Rainbow Dash zooms in with her super speed, bragging about using her powers to do everything. Twilight theorizes that, because their magical geodes are connected, the more each of the girls use their powers for everyday tasks, the more they get supercharged. So they agree to use their geodes in moderation. When Zephyr Breeze enters and asks Rainbow out on a date, Rainbow is about to use her super speed to run away, but her friends warn her not to, and she simply walks away from Zephyr. Later, Sunset's powers return to normal.
In Miss Cheerilee's class, Cheerilee reminds the students that final exams are two weeks away. The Equestria Girls are stressed about their finals, but Twilight is confident they can pass. Over the next couple of weeks, she helps her friends study and set aside all distractions while singing the song Rise Up! When conventional studying doesn't work, she helps them learn by catering to their individual styles and interests. On the day of their finals, the girls pass with flying colors.
In a comic book-style setting, the Equestria Girls discuss their big-city plans for the day when they witness a jewelry store being robbed. Using their magical geodes, the girls transform into their Crystal Guardian outfits and chase after the thief, superhero style. After a while of chasing, the girls catch the thief and send him to prison. They return the stolen jewels to the jewelry store owner and celebrate with treats. In the end, the whole affair is revealed to be a comic book drawn by Sunset Shimmer.
The "rainbow" in question is revealed to be an ice cream truck, and the "X" turns out to be a Rollin' Sushi Truck. The sushi truck attendant congratulates the girls on solving their promotional treasure hunt, for which they win sushi at a discounted price. The girls are a little disappointed at not finding real treasure, but they enjoy the sushi anyway.
Twilight, Pinkie, and Rarity prepare to go sailing at the beach, with Twilight having memorized a nautical dictionary just for the occasion. Rarity overpacks for the trip, and Twilight is forced to leave her luggage behind due to the extra weight on the boat. When the sea winds carry the boat in the wrong direction, Twilight guides her friends in correcting their course, but the turbulent waters cause her to lose her map. As the boat heads on a collision course with a large rock, Pinkie uses her geode powers to create a wave that brings the boat back to the pier. With the three girls soaked, Rarity produces some towels, and they share a laugh over their exciting adventure.
John Stephens and Joan Binder Weiss have both received writing credits earlier in the season, but this is Linda Loiselle Guzik's first. She only has two standalone writing credits throughout the entire series, and they're unfortunately both for kind of shitty episodes.
Season 1No. Episodes10NetworkHBO MaxFirst EpisodeWelcome to EssexLast EpisodeThe TruthReleasedNovember 18, 2021 - December 9, 2021SloganNO RULES. NO REGRETS.ChronologyPreceded bySucceeded byN/ASeason 2Season 1 is the first season of HBO Max's The Sex Lives of College Girls. The first two episode were released November 18, 2021. The ten-episode series continued with three new episodes on November 25 and December 2, led up to the final two episodes of the season on December 9.
The Sex Lives of College Girls follows four college roommates as they arrive at New England's prestigious Essex College. A bundle of contradictions and hormones, these girls are equal parts lovable and infuriating as they live out their new, free lives on campus.
The first season of the American animated television series The Powerpuff Girls originally aired on Cartoon Network between November 18, 1998 and May 26, 1999, and consists of 13 episodes (24 segments).
Last season, Marnie was the one person in the entire Girls group who seemed to have everything: a position at an art gallery, a boyfriend, gorgeous looks, a calm demeanor, nice clothes, etc. As you can see in the season 2 trailer, however, she's now without a job or a significant other, and her mother says she looks 30 years old. Though she still has the style of a "real housewife," as her ex-boyfriend's new flame points out in season 1, she's hit rock bottom by her personal standards ... and she should embrace it. Being perfect all the time is overrated! 781b155fdc