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Today in the World Countries
- Democracy Day is being celebrated in Cabo Verde
Today in Astrology
- People born on this day are Capricorn as their zodiac sign.
Today in History
- China reports 60,000 COVID-19 pandemic-related deaths in just over a month while another report estimates 900 million people have been infected,64% of the country's population.
- Klas Lestander, Swedish biathlete (Olympic gold 20k 1960), who died at 91.
- Late Developers was released by Belle and Sebastian.
The latest full-length release for Scottish indie pop band Belle and Sebastian features songs from the same recording sessions as 2022's A Bit of Previous.
- Cacti was released by Billy Nomates.
The second full-length release for British singer-songwriter Billy Nomates was produced with James Trevascus.
- Prize was released by Rozi Plain.
The latest full-length solo release for London-based Rozi Plain features contributions from Danalogue, Alabaster De Plume and Cole Pluice.
- Strays was released by Margo Price.
The fourth full-length solo studio release for singer-songwriter Margo Price was produced by Jonathan Wilson.
- The Great White Sea Eagle was released by James Yorkston.
The Cardigans' Nina Persson joins the latest full-length release for Scottish singer-songwriter James Yorkston and The Second Hand Orchestra.
- Turn the Car Around was released by Gaz Coombes.
The fourth full-length solo release for former Supergrass frontman Gaz Coombes was produced with Ian Davenport.
- The Offering - Not Rated is released.
In the wake of a young Jewish girl’s disappearance, the son of a Hasidic funeral director returns home with his pregnant wife in hopes of reconciling with his father. Little do they know that directly beneath them in the family morgue, an ancient evil with sinister plans for the unborn child lurks inside a mysterious corpse.
- The Drop - Not Rated is released.
Lex (Anna Konkle) and Mani (Jermaine Fowler) are a happily married young couple, running their dream artisanal bakery in Los Angeles and excited about starting a family together. A trip to a tropical island resort for a friend’s destination wedding, coinciding with Lex’s ovulation cycle, feels like the perfect opportunity to conceive. But good vibes and high hopes are cut short when, shortly after their arrival to paradise, Lex accidentally drops her friend’s (Aparna Nancherla) baby in front of all their friends. Paradise becomes purgatory for our couple as recriminations, passive-aggression and old wounds begin to permeate the island reunion and throw Mani and Lex’s future into deep uncertainty.
- Saint Omer - Not Rated is released.
Saint Omer court of law. Young novelist Rama attends the trial of Laurence Coly, a young woman accused of killing her 15-month-old daughter by abandoning her to the rising tide on a beach in northern France. But as the trial continues, the words of the accused and witness testimonies will shake Rama’s convictions and call into question our own judgment.
- Sick - R is released.
Due to the pandemic, Parker and her best friend decide to quarantine at the family lake house alone - or so they think.
- Skinamarink - Not Rated is released.
Two children wake up in the middle of the night to find their father is missing, and all the windows and doors in their home have vanished.
- Plane - R is released.
Pilot Brodie Torrance (Gerard Butler) saves his passengers from a lightning strike by making a risky landing on a war-torn island - only to find that surviving the landing was just the beginning. When most of the passengers are taken hostage by dangerous rebels, the only person Torrance can count on for help is Louis Gaspare (Mike Colter), an accused murderer who was being transported by the FBI. In order to rescue the passengers, Torrance will need Gaspare’s help, and will learn there’s more to Gaspare than meets the eye.
- Beautiful Beings - Unrated is released.
Addi, a boy raised by a clairvoyant mother, decides to adopt a bullied misfit into his gang of outsiders. Left to their own devices, the boys explore aggression and violence but also learn about loyalty and love. As the group’s behavior escalates towards life-threatening situations, Addi begins to experience a series of dreamlike visions. Can his newfound intuition guide him and his friends back to a safer path, or will they dive irrevocably into further violence?
- Jethica - Not Rated is released.
When Jessica's stalker surprises her in New Mexico, she must seek help from beyond the grave to get rid of him for good.
- House Party - R is released.
Aspiring club promoters and best buds Damon (Tosin Cole) and Kevin (Jacob Latimore) are barely keeping things together. Out of money, down on their luck and about to lose the roofs over their heads—and freshly fired from their low-lift jobs as house cleaners—the pair needs a huge windfall to make their problems go away. In a ‘what the hell?’ move, they decide to host the party of the year at an exclusive mansion, the site of their last cleaning job, which just happens to belong to none other than LeBron James. No permission? No problem. What could go wrong?
- TV SERIES
- Hunters (2020): Season 2 is released.
In 1979, the hunters have disbanded but the discovery that Hitler is still alive, brings the team back together to hunt him down in the second and final season of the drama series created by David Weil and executive produced by Jordan Peele.
- Break Point (2023): Season 1 is released.
A behind the scenes look at the world's top tennis players as they take on top tournaments. It explores the athlete experience as they navigate an intense season.
- Servant: Season 4 is released.
Dorothy’s brother Julian (Rupert Grint) and Sean take care of Dorothy as Leanne takes on the Church of Lesser Saints cult in the fourth and final season of the M. Night Shyamalan thriller series.
On this day in 2022
- California Governor Gavin Newsom blocks Robert F. Kennedy's assassin Sirhan Sirhan's release on parole after 53 years in jail.
- Australian equals hottest temperature on record of 50.7C (123.26F) in Onslow, Western Australia.
- Britain's Prince Andrew stripped of his military titles and royal patronages by Buckingham Palace, amid continuing sexual assault allegations.
- Landmark conviction of former Syrian intelligence officer Anwar Raslan for state-sponsored crimes against humanity in Koblenz, Germany.
- Actress Danielle Brooks marries Dennis Gelin in Miami.
- Jean-Jacques Beineix, Director.
- Fred Parris, American doo-wop singer and songwriter (The Five Satins - "In The Still Of The Night"), who died at 85.
- TV SERIES
- Peacemaker: Season 1 is released.
Peacemaker (John Cena) joins a new team in the Suicide Squad spinoff series.
- Wolf Like Me: Season 1 is released.
Widower and single father Gary (Josh Gad) meets Mary (Isla Fisher), who has a secret she is keeping from everyone in this romantic comedy written and created by Abe Forsythe.
On this day in 2021
- World's oldest known cave painting of an animal - a pig,45,000 years old, discovered in Leang Tedongnge cave, island of Sulawesi, Indonesia.
- President Donald Trump is impeached by the US House of Representatives voting 232-197, for “incitement of insurrection”, first time in history a US President is impeached twice.
- Irish PM Minister Micheal Martin issues apology for treatment of unmarried mothers and babies in church-run institutions 1920-1990s after report 9,000 children had died.
- New York Dolls guitarist Sylvain Sylvain died from cancer at the age of 69. Along with the Velvet Underground and the Stooges, they were one of the bands later credited as influences of the soon to be punk scene, the band's first two albums, New York Dolls (1973) and Too Much Too Soon (1974), became among the most popular cult records in rock. Prior to joining the New York Dolls, Sylvain and future band mate Billy Murcia ran a clothing company called Truth and Soul, which would play a role in the band's ground-breaking look..
- American Hip hop producer and rapper Duke Bootee died age 69. His best known single, ‘The Message’, was released in 1982 on Sugar Hill Records under the name Grandmaster Flash and the Furious Five..
- American musician Tim Bogert died from cancer age 76. He was bass guitarist and vocalist with Vanilla Fudge, Cactus and the power trio Beck, Bogert & Appice..
- Deadliest air raid by Israel on Syria since 2018, when 10 soldiers and 47 allied fighters killed in attacks on military positions.
- Carlo Franchi, Race Car Driver.
- Bernd Kannenber, German race walker (Olympic gold FRG 50k 1972), who died at 78.
- Joël Robert, Belgian motocross racer (Motocross World C'ships 250cc 1964,68–72), who died from COVID-19 pandemic at 77.
- Hannes Viljoen, South African rugby union winger (3 caps; Natal), who died at 77.
- Siegfried Fischbacher, German American entertainer and magician (Siegfried and Roy), who died at 81.
- Siegfried Fischbacher, Magician.
- Tim Bogert, American rock bassist (Vanilla Fudge; Jeff Beck), who died at 76.
- The White Tiger - R is released.
Balram Halwai (Adarsh Gourav) narrates his epic and darkly humorous rise from poor villager to successful entrepreneur in modern India. Cunning and ambitious, our young hero jockeys his way into becoming a driver for Ashok (Rajkummar Rao) and Pinky (Priyanka Chopra Jonas), who have just returned from America. Society has trained Balram to be one thing — a servant — so he makes himself indispensable to his rich masters. But after a night of betrayal, he realizes the corrupt lengths they will go to trap him and save themselves. On the verge of losing everything, Balram rebels against a rigged and unequal system to rise up and become a new kind of master. Based on the New York Times bestseller and 2008 Man Booker Prize-winning novel.
- TV SERIES
- Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer is released.
The four-part documentary series about serial killer Richard Ramirez, who killed people in Los Angeles and San Francisco between June 1984 to August 1985, features archival footage, photos, and interviews with survivors, victim's families, and the detectives who help capture him.
- Call Your Mother: Season 1 is released.
Empty-nester mom Jean (Kyra Sedgwick) leaves Iowa to be closer to her grown-children in Los Angeles in this Kari Lizer comedy.
On this day in 2020
- College Football, National Championship, Superdome, New Orleans: #1 LSU beats #3 Clemson,42-15.
- Houston Astros manager AJ Hinch and general manager Jeff Luhnow are fired by team owner Jim Crane for their roles in the sign-stealing scandal after MLB suspends both for one year.
- Oldest material existing on earth at 7.5 billion years old revealed by scientists studying the Murchison meteorite that fell to earth in Australia in 1960s.
- Queen Elizabeth II issues a statement saying she reluctantly supports Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's wish to live a more independent life.
On this day in 2019
- Houston guard James Harden scores 38 points in Rockets'116-108 loss to Orlando; 16th straight game with 30+ points matching Kobe Bryant's NBA record streak; also goes 1 for 17 from 3-point arc, tying record for most misses.
- Lionel Messi scores for FC Barcelona in 3-0 win over Eibar, his 400th goal in La Liga; becomes first player to reach mark in just one of Europe's top 5 leagues; Cristiano Ronaldo had 409 in Spain, England & Italy.
- Mel Stottlemyre, American baseball pitcher and coach (5-time MLB All Star), who died of cancer at 77.
- Paul Mauceri, Race Car Driver.
- TV SERIES
- True Detective: Season 3 is released.
Arkansas state police detectives Wayne Hays (Mahershala Ali) and Roland West (Stephen Dorff) seek to solve the mystery of a disturbing crime that took place years ago in the Ozarks.
- Valley of the Boom: Season 1 is released.
Matthew Carnahan's six-part limited series mixes real-life documentary interviews with scripted drama to illustrate the rise and fall of three early 1990s dot-coms: Netscape, the early web browser; TheGlobe.com, an early social network; and Pixelon, a video streamer.
On this day in 2018
- Early-morning ballistic missile alert sent across Hawaii in error, revoked after 38 minutes.
- Chelsea Manning, former soldier responsible for Wikileaks announces her bid to run for US Senate.
- American actor Mark Wahlberg donates his $1.5M re-shoot fee for the film "All The Money In The World" to "Time's Up" movement after revelation co-star Michelle Williams was only paid $1000.
- Actor Mark Wahlberg donates his $1.5M re-shoot fee for the film "All The Money In The World" to "Time's Up" movement after revelation co-star Michelle Williams was only paid $1000.
- Actor Mark Wahlberg donates his $1.5m reshoot fee "All the Money in the World" to "Time's Up" movement after revelation co-star Michelle Williams only paid $1000.
- Chloe Conder, YouTube Star, born in England.
- Doug Harvey, American Baseball HOF umpire (NL 1962-92; 5 x World Series; 7 x MLB All-Star games; career total 4,673 games), who died at 87.
- Doug Harvey, American National League umpire (Baseball Hall of Fame 2010), who died at 87.
- Jack Nel, South African cricketer (South African opening bat in 6 Tests 1949-57), who died at 89.
On this day in 2017
- Magic Alex (Alexis Mardas) a Greek electronics engineer died aged 74. He is best known for his close association with the Beatles. His nickname was given to him by John Lennon when he was involved with the group between 1965 and 1969, during which time he became head of Apple Electronics. Mardas often said that the Abbey Road studio was "no good", much to producer George Martin's annoyance. He allegedly said that he could build a 72-track tape machine and was then given the job of designing the new Apple Studio in Savile Row, London. His schemes lost Apple at least £300,000 (£3 million in 2017 pounds)..
- Cricket all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan scores Bangladesh's top Test score ever (217) during the 1st Test v New Zealand in Wellington.
- Daniel Le, TikTok Star, born in United States.
- Dick Gautier, American stage and screen actor (Get Smart, Bye Bye Birdie), who died at 85.
- Alexis Mardas, Greek electronics engineer, entrepreneur, and Beatles hanger-on also known as "Magic Alex", who died of pneumonia at 74.
- Anthony Armstrong-Jones [Lord Snowdon], British photographer and ex-husband of Princess Margaret, who died at 86.
- Antony Armstrong-Jones [Lord Snowdon], British photographer and ex-husband of Princess Margaret, who died at 86.
- Hans Berliner, Chess Player.
- Ray Wulfenstein, Race Car Driver.
- Rennen was released by Sohn.
The second full-length release for the Vienna-based electronic artist Christopher Taylor was written and recorded in California.
- Gentlewoman, Ruby Man was released by Flo Morrissey.
The covers release from the debut collaboration between Flo Morrissey and Matthew E White features songs from a variety of artists including Leonard Cohen, Barry Gibb, Frank Ocean, Frankie Valli, and the Velvet Underground.
- Godfather was released by Wiley.
The 11th full-length release for the grime artist features guest appearances from such artists as Chip, Devlin, Flowdan, Ghetts, JME, P Money, and Skepta.
- Iris [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack] was released by A Winged Victory for the Sullen.
The third full-length release and first soundtrack for the electronic duo is a soundtrack for Jalil Lespert's French 2016 film.
- I See You was released by The xx.
The third full-length release for the British indie pop trio was co-produced by Rodaidh McDonald and Jamie xx.
- Migration was released by Bonobo.
The sixth full-length release for the Los Angeles-based British electronic artist features guest appearances from Innov Gnawa, Nicole Miglis, Nick Murphy, and Rhye.
- Oczy Mlody was released by The Flaming Lips.
The 15th full-length studio release for the psychedelic rock band led by Mark Coyne was produced with Dave Fridmann.
- Monster Trucks - PG is released.
Looking for any way to get away from the life and town he was born into, Tripp (Lucas Till), a high school senior, builds a Monster Truck from bits and pieces of scrapped cars. After an accident at a nearby oil-drilling site displaces a strange and subterranean creature with a taste and a talent for speed, Tripp may have just found the key to getting out of town and a most unlikely friend. [Paramount Pictures]
- Ma - Not Rated is released.
In this modern-day vision of Mother Mary’s pilgrimage, a woman crosses the scorched landscape of the American Southwest, to give birth to our savior in Las Vegas. Reinvented and told entirely through movement, the film deconstructs the role of this woman, who encounters a world full of bold, archetypal characters that are alternately terrifying and sublime. Ma is a journey into the visceral and the surreal, interweaving ritual, performance, and the body as sculpture. Role reversal and gender bending leads us to imagine a new ending to this familiar journey, as this virgin mother must not only give birth to our savior, but in the end is challenged to save herself. [Factory 25]
- Alone in Berlin - R is released.
Berlin,1940. Otto and Anna Quangel (Brendan Gleeson and Emma Thompson) are a working class husband and wife doing their best to ride out the war. When their son is killed fighting on the frontlines, however, everything changes. They begin pouring their rage and grief into postcards emblazoned with anti-Nazi slogans, risking everything to disseminate their messages of protest across the city. But this seemingly small act of subversion rattles the regime, including a police inspector (Daniel Brühl) who will not rest until the culprits have been caught. [IFC Films]
- Claire in Motion - Not Rated is released.
When Claire’s search for her missing husband leads her to an alluring and manipulative graduate student, she uncovers a world of secrets that threaten to shatter their family.
- Reset - Not Rated is released.
Stunningly gorgeous and delicate in both subject and treatment, Reset depicts renowned choreographer and dancer Benjamin Millepied (best known for choreographing the dance sequences in Darren Aronofsky’s Black Swan) as he attempts to rejuvenate the Paris Opera Ballet in his new position as director. With appearances by composer Nico Muhly, Opera alumna Aurélie Dupont, and designer Iris van Herpen, Reset is a delightfully aesthetic affair from filmmakers Thierry Demaizière and Alban Teurlai, a moving portrait of a landmark moment for one of the ballet’s oldest institutions and one of its brightest new stars, both on the cusp of great transition. [FilmRise]
- Sleepless - R is released.
Undercover Las Vegas police officer Vincent Downs (Jamie Foxx) is caught in a high stakes web of corrupt cops and the mob-controlled casino underground. When a heist goes wrong, a crew of homicidal gangsters kidnaps Downs’ teenage son. In one sleepless night he will have to rescue his son, evade an internal affairs investigation and bring the kidnappers to justice.
- The Son of Joseph - Not Rated is released.
Eugène Green drops biblical motifs – Abraham and Isaac, Mary and Joseph – into this genuinely contemporary setting as if it were the most natural thing in the world, augmenting them with nods to crime films, Italian Baroque music, a Doisneau photograph, three 17th century paintings and an artificial way of speaking that is anything but current. The characters are positioned within the visual compositions and look directly into the camera, their diction flawless. Whatever needs saying – and that’s a lot – they recite impassively, in declamatory fashion. Along the way, there are jabs at the literature milieu and trendy yuppies. A film where divine seriousness rubs against bizarre comedy, where theology meets caricature, an intriguing film, anachronistic and innovative in equal measure. [Kino Lorber]
- 100 Streets - January 13,2017 is released.
A former rugby player, Max (Idris Elba), struggles to find a life off the field while fighting to save his marriage to former actress Emily (Gemma Arterton). Kingsley (Franz Drameh) is a small time drug dealer desperately seeking a way off the street. While completing his community service for a misdemeanor, Kinsley meets Terence (Ken Stott), a local thespian, who gives him the push he needs out of his dead end life and into a very different, creative world. George (Charlie Creed-Miles), a cab driver, and his wife Kathy (Kierston Wareing) dream of having kids, but a devastating road accident puts their hopes on hold even testing their otherwise strong marriage. Anybody can make a wrong turn, but it’s the journey that allows us to find the right path.
- The Bye Bye Man - R is released.
Three Wisconsin college students come up against the sinister Bye Bye Man.
- The Crash - R is released.
In the not so distant future, a team of white collar criminals are enlisted by the Federal government to thwart a cyber-attack that threatens to bankrupt the United States of America.
- We Are the Flesh - Unrated is released.
After the end of the world, a young brother and sister roam an apocalyptic city looking for food and shelter. They take refuge in the dilapidated lair of a strange hermit who makes them a dangerous offer to survive. He puts them to work building a bizarre cavernous structure, where he acts out his insane and depraved fantasies. Trapped in a maddening womb-like world under his malign influence, they find themselves sinking into the realms of dark and forbidden behavior. [Arrow Films]
- TV SERIES
- Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2017): Season 1 is released.
Violet (Malina Weissman), Klaus (Louis Hynes), and Sunny Baudelaire (Presley Smith) seek to solve the mystery of the death of their parents and foil Count Olaf's (Neil Patrick Harris) schemes to take their inheritance in this Netflix adaptation of the books by Lemony Snicket.
On this day in 2016
- Ed Sheeran's new singles 'Shape of You' and 'Castle On The Hill' entered the UK singles chart at No.1 and No.2 respectively.The Official Charts Company said it was the first time in history an artist had taken the top two chart positions with brand new songs..
- The Rolling Stones first manager, Giorgio Gomelsky, passed away at the age of 82. He owned the Crawdaddy Club in London where The Rolling Stones were the house band. After he was replaced by Andrew Loog Oldham in May,1963, Gomelsky went on to manage The Yardbirds, Julie Driscoll and Brian Auger before moving to New York in 1978 and opening The Green Door nightclub..
- Record Powerball lottery held in America - $1.6 billion, (3 winning tickets).
- Mike Salmon, Race Car Driver.
- Brian Bedford, English actor (Anthony-Coronet Blue), who died at 80.
- TV SERIES
- Second Chance: Season 1 is released.
The Lookinglass Project founded by Otto Goodwin (Adhir Kalyan) and his twin sister, Mary (Dilshad Vadsaria) bring back to life (with a younger body) a 75-year-old disgraced ex-LA County sheriff named Jimmy Pritchard (Robert Kazinsky) in this drama originally called Frankenstein (then The Frankenstein Code and Lookinglass) was inspired by Mary Shelley's Frankenstein.
On this day in 2015
- TV comedy "Schitt's Creek" created by and starring Eugene Levy and Dan Levy premieres on CBC in Canada.
- Trevor Leonard Ward-Davies 'Dozy', English musician (Dave Dee, Dozy, Beaky, Mick & Tich), who died at 70.
- Ronnie Ronalde [Ronald Charles Waldron], British entertainer and world famous whistler, who died at 91.
- Ronnie Ronalde [Ronald Charles Waldron], British entertainer and world-famous whistler, who died at 91.
- Frank Glazer, American pianist (Satie), composer and teacher (Eastman School of Music,1965-80), who died at 99.
- Jack Hayward, British financier (Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club), who died at 91.
- Jack Hayward, Sports Executive.
- Nights in the Dark was released by California X.
The second full-length release for the Massachusetts rock band led by Lemmy Gurtowsky features the addition of Zack Brower.
- Absent Fathers was released by Justin Townes Earle.
The sixth full-length studio release for the country rock singer-songwriter was originally intended to be part of a double album with 2014's Single Mothers.
- Club Meds was released by Dan Mangan.
Canadian singer-songwriter Dan Mangan returns as Dan Mangan + Blacksmith for his fourth overall full-length album and it was produced by Colin Stewart.
- Reality Show was released by Jazmine Sullivan.
The third full-length studio release for the R&B singer feature a guest appearances from Meek Mill.
- Panda Bear Meets the Grim Reaper was released by Panda Bear.
The fifth full-length studio release for the Animal Collective co-founder was co-produced with Peter Kember.
- Slurrup was released by Liam Hayes.
The fifth full-length studio release for the Chicago artist was produced with Nathan Cook.
- Uptown Special was released by Mark Ronson.
The fourth full-length release for the singer/producer was co-produced with Jeff Bhasker and features guest appearances from such artists as Bruno Mars, Mystikal, Tame Impala's Kevin Parker, Stevie Wonder, and Andrew Wyatt. The lyrics come from an unlikely source: novelist Michael Chabon.
- Title was released by Meghan Trainor.
The debut full-length release (not to be confused with herr 2014 EP of the same name) for the pop singer-songwriter who gained fame with her single "All About That Bass, "features guest appearances from John Legend and Shy Carter (on the deluxe edition).
- TV SERIES
- Schitt's Creek: Season 1 is released.
After the IRS confiscates much of their money, video store magnate Johnny Rose (Eugene Levy), his soap star wife Moira (Catherine O'Hara), and their two kids, David (Daniel Levy) and Alexis (Annie Murphy) are forced to move to the small town of Schitt's Creek that he had bought as a joke years ago in the CBC comedy that is the first original scripted show on the POP network.
On this day in 2014
- 14 people are killed and 7 are injured after an explosion in an illegal gambling hall in Kaili City, China.
- FIFA Ballon d'Or: Real Madrid & Portugal forward Cristiano Ronaldo ends Lionel Messi's domination of award; FFC Frankfurt goalkeeper Nadine Angerer takes women's award.
- Bobby Collins, Scottish footballer, who died at 82.
- Bobby Collins, Scottish soccer midfielder (31 caps; Celtic, Everton, Leeds), who died at 82.
- Total Strife Forever was released by East India Youth.
This is the debut full-length release for British electronic musician William Doyle.
- TV SERIES
- Chozen: Season 1 is released.
After his release from prison, Chozen (Bobby Moynihan), a gay white rapper, looks to top the charts with his new message.
On this day in 2013
- 70th Golden Globes: Argo, Daniel Day-Lewis, & Jessica Chastain win.
- Rusi Surti, Indian cricketer (Indian slow lefty, hat-trick for Qld 1969), who died from complications from a stroke at 76.
- Russ Bullen, Race Car Driver.
- TV SERIES
- Enlightened: Season 2 is released.
Amy and Tyler seek to take down the corporation. Molly Shannon as the executive assistant to the CEO of Abaddonn Industries and Dermot Mulroney as an investigative reporter join the cast.
- Girls: Season 2 is released.
Life and their relationships are still messy for Hannah, Jessa, Marnie, and Shoshanna as Elijah (Andrew Rannells) moves in as Hannah's new roommate.