By macleans.ca - Wednesday, February 6, 2013 - 0 Comments
Are you tired of reading about Lena Dunham? Well, tough luck, because the Girls…
Are you tired of reading about Lena Dunham? Well, tough luck, because the Girls creator-star has already signed to do another series for HBO. Dunham and Girls showrunner Jenni Konner will write and produce the pilot All Dressed Up and Everywhere To Go—an adaptation of a new memoir by Betty Halbreich, a New York personal shopper for the likes of Meryl Streep, and a HBO fashion consultant. Who better than Dunham to write the story of a privileged New Yorker with a lot of friends at HBO?
Speaking of semi-autobiographical TV shows, Michael J. Fox was spotted in New York last week filming the pilot episode of NBC’s The Henrys. In it, he’ll play a newscaster forced to take time off to deal with a Parkinson’s diagnosis.