This may be the season Girls fans finally get to see why their favorite characters act the way they do.
With the premiere of season 3 just a couple weeks away, anticipation is high on what it will bring.
In a Dec. 26 interview, Lena Dunham shared some of her plans for the new season.
"We had a few goals for season 3. One was to push each of the character's back-stories and histories further and to better understand why they're facing what they're facing," she said. "I feel like that's the thing you often don't get in comedies about a bunch of pals, a sense of where they're coming from and why."
Does this mean fans get to see a young Hannah and all of her awkwardness, or a snarky Marnie in college? While it wasn't confirmed just how much backstory people will be getting, Dunham did promise to dive deeper into each character's backstory.
"I also wanted this season to have more alone time with each character," she said. "I'm not going to say that this has turned into epic, lonely episodes, but I liked the idea of seeing them together and seeing them alone and seeing what the differences were."
The trailer for season 3, released the day before Christmas, gives hope for Hannah and her future writing career.
Girls returns to HBO Jan. 12. View the trailer below.