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Which HBO show is your favorite: 'Insecure' or 'Girls'?

A new trailer for the HBO's "Insecure" was recently released, and fans are excited. But before "Insecure" stole the hearts of many fans, another HBO original series "Girls," was a favorite. Issa Rae created and stars in "Insecure" just as Lena Dunham created and was the lead in "Girls." Both shows unpack trails and tribulations of young women navigating love, work and friendship, and they both do it all in 30 minutes. Which show are you more obsessed with? 📺

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Below is the synopsis of "Insecure," per Rotten Tomatoes.

Two black women who are best friends navigate the pitfalls of their personal and professional lives in south Los Angeles.

The comedy premiered in 2016 and holds a fresh rating of 99 percent on Rotten Tomatoes. TheGrio's Cortney Wills wrote that the show's upcoming third season looks hilarious: 

It looks like we’ll see more romance between Issa and #bae, (Y’lan Noelle) and be treated to more laughs as we watch our heroine navigate her professional life with her white co-workers.
Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji, Lisa Joyce, Natasha Rothwell and Amanda Seales will definitely be back but we’re still wondering if Jay Ellis will make a cameo this time around. 

Check out the latest trailer below for season three, which premieres on Sunday, Aug. 12.  

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Fans are gearing up for the next season. 

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Are you team Issa, Molly, Tiffany and Kelly? Let us know by voting. 

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Below is the synopsis of "Girls," per Rotten Tomatoes.  

A comedy about twentysomething women navigating their way through life in New York.

The comedy held a fresh rating of 89 percent on Rotten Tomatoes when it ended. Fans miss the series. The Washington Post's Hank Stuever wrote about the show's finale:

What we’re seeing, at last, is that everyone gets to the shores of adulthood on their own schedule, in their own way, but parts of us remain forever vulnerable and unprepared for life. As seen last week in the series’ penultimate episode, Hannah is leaving the city to teach writing at a college upstate and raise her child as a single mom. Knowing everything we know about her (including her initial fast flameout in academia at the Iowa Writers’ Workshop), there are all sorts of reasons to imagine that it won’t work out. The remarkable achievement of “Girls” is that we can now worry about Hannah rather than judge her.
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While fans really miss the series, they are still enjoying old episodes.

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Are you #TeamGirlsHBO? Let us know by voting. 

FINAL RESULTS
Entertainment
Which HBO show is your favorite: 'Insecure' or 'Girls'?
A festive crown for the winner
#TeamInsecureHBO
#TeamGirlsHBO