HBO’s ever-divisive hit show Girls returns on Jan. 11, and thanks to this new trailer, we finally get a closer look at what the fourth season will entail.
Hannah, played by the show’s creator/director Lena Dunham, has officially moved to Iowa, where she’s honing her creative writing skills (maybe), riding a bike and even eating grapes as a snack. Meanwhile, back in Brooklyn, her friends are, of course, getting into shenanigans of their own.
The trailer, which features the song “I Believe” by Nico Vega, is only a minute and a half long — just enough to give us a brief taste of what’s to come. “To Hannah, taking the next step in a series of random steps,” Adam toasts, at what appears to be a farewell dinner with Hannah’s parents. Hannah, however, says she’s confident she made the right choice.
Dunham, who’s typically vocal on social media, has been on a Twitter hiatus in light of a recent controversy surrounding sexual abuse claims in her memoir, Not That Kind of Girl. Dunham issued a statement exclusively to TIME, where she apologized “if the situations described in my book have been painful or triggering for people to read.”
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