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We’re already obsessed with new series The Sex Lives Of College Girls

And it hasn't even premiered yet.
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HBO Max series The Sex Lives Of College Girls from the genius that is Mindy Kaling, who gifted us Netflix’s Never Have I Ever and The Mindy Project, is almost here and it’s safe to say we’re more than a little excited.

WATCH: The Sex Lives Of College Girls trailer 

The series, which was picked up for 13 episodes, has Mindy at the helm as executive producer and co-writer, alongside Justin Noble known for his work on Brooklyn Nine-Nine.

Mindy announced the show in October 2020 and has since dropped multiple chaotic (in the best way) teasers that are giving us Sex And The City for the modern college-age woman vibes.

The show is based on four roommates at Essex College, a prestigious New England university, who are described as “equal parts lovable and infuriating”, all navigating love, sex, family and friendships.

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Meet your new favourite characters. (Credit: HBO Max)

We expect Mindy’s signature comedic spin met with equally profound and powerful female-centric moments – what more could you want from a series?

So, where can you tune in to this essential viewing? Well, BINGE has confirmed the series will be available to Australian viewers on its streaming platform from November 18th.

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What is Leighton filming? (Credit: HBO Max)

If we hadn’t yet convinced you, a peek at the talented and genetically blessed cast should just about do it.

The series stars Pauline Chalamet (we know what you’re thinking and yes, she’s of the same blessed gene pool), Amrit Kaur, Reneé Rapp, and Alyah Chanelle Scott as our four lead women.

As for the men, well they certainly don’t disappoint, with Gavin Leatherwood of Chilling Adventures of Sabrina fame, James Morosini, Christopher Meyer and Colby James Strong also starring in the series.  

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