Lena Dunham's new show has already been picked up by HBO. The "Girls" creator has a new show called "All Dressed Up And Everywhere To Go." This is really big news and it shows that Dunham really has made it big in Hollywood. According to a report from Yahoo! on Thursday (Jan. 31), the show is based on a memoir by "long-time Bergdorf Goodman personal shopper and New York institution Betty Halbreich."
The concept is basically a personal shopper who works with the rich and famous and it definitely sounds like territory that hasn't been approached on television yet. It also really sounds like something that could succeed very easily if the tie to fashion is pulled off as well as shows like "Sex and the City" were able to do it on HBO. Dunham will be working with "Girls" executive producer Jenni Konner on the new show and the pair is probably looking at another hit.
Dunham has become one of the "it" girls in pop culture thanks to the success of "Girls" and it doesn't look like she is ready to slow down. She is hot off winning Golden Globes for best comedy series and best actress in a comedy series and it now looks like there is no stopping her. It wouldn't be a stretch to call Lena Dunham's new show one of the most hotly anticipated ones out there.