Two more seasons of "Girls." That's all you get.

HBO said the show is going to wrap after season six, which isn't a huge shocker. In March, co-creator Jenni Konner told the Hollywood Reporter: "We're not in the business of running ['Girls'] into the ground. We would like to end in a graceful place. And we'd like to tell a complete story. … We really have to start building towards an end soon, creatively."

In a world where shows run out of creative juice but keep puttering along, Konner and her creative partner, Lena Dunham, want to go out on a high note.

We don't have to say goodbye right away. Season five airs on Feb. 21, which means there's plenty of time for Dunham's on-screen alter-ego, Hannah Horvath, to make many more cringe-worthy bad decisions.

Since debuting in 2012, "Girls" has won over critics with its spot-on depiction of millennials. It's won Golden Globes, Emmys and Critics' Choice Awards, not to mention an army of fans.

Kardashian says Odom 'doing amazing'

Khloe Kardashian says former NBA star Lamar Odom is doing well in his recovery from an apparent drug overdose in a Nevada brothel. In an appearance touting her upcoming talk show, Kardashian gave few details about Odom's condition, saying it was his story to tell. Kardashian had filed for divorce from Odom, but she halted those proceedings after he was found unconscious last October from an apparent overdose of cocaine and other drugs. "He's doing amazing, and I'm so proud of the strength that he has had to fight that battle," said Kardashian.

The People Voted: "Furious 7" was named favorite movie, "The Big Bang Theory" won top TV show, and Ellen DeGeneres set a record at the People's Choice Awards. The fan-voted prizes were presented Wednesday night in Los Angeles at a ceremony hosted by Jane Lynch. DeGeneres received a humanitarian award, as well as the trophy for favorite daytime TV host, bringing her total People's Choice wins to a record-tying 17. Meghan Trainor took home the award for favorite album with "Title," and Justin Bieber's "What Do You Mean?" was favorite song.

On page and screen: A joint memoir by Anderson Cooper and Gloria Vanderbilt will be published in April, just days before the airing of an HBO documentary featuring the famous designer-socialite and her CNN anchor son. Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, said Thursday that it had acquired "The Rainbow Comes and Goes: A Mother and Son Talk About Life, Love, and Loss." The book will be released April 5, four days before HBO airs "Nothing Left Unsaid."

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