On Tuesday, The Wrap broke the news that HBO had cancelled three of its beloved half-hour series -- Hung, Bored to Death, and How to Make it in America (okay, fine, two of its beloved half-hour series). While the cancellations may come as shocking news, the renewal of Enlightened will not: The critical darling and audience favorite -- which stars Laura Dern as an insufferable, born-again new-age yogi type -- has been nominated for multiple Golden Globes.

The hourlong HBO dramas Boardwalk Empires and Game of Thrones are safe, as is Curb Your Enthusiasm.

HBO will debut two new series in the spring: Tiny Furniture ingenue Lena Dunham has teamed up with executive producer Judd Apatow and some of her Tiny Furniture costars for Girls, a comedy following a group of struggling young women in New York City; and Julia Louis-Dreyfuss will star as the embattled vice president of the United States in Veep.