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New Hulu Show ‘Shrill’ Starring Aidy Bryant Coming March 15th

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Aidy Bryant is following the footsteps of many SNL stars that have left the show to do bigger franchises such as Seth Meyers, Andy Samberg, Kristen Wig, Bill Hader and the such. She has her own Hulu TV show coming march 15th 2019!

The story focuses on a young woman played by Aidy Bryant who is going to transform her life without changing her body. Bryant’s character Annie is a struggling writer with an ill parent to care for and a perfectionist boss to deal with.

The trailer for the new show dropped today!

Check Out the Trailer of Shrill

Clearly, the awkward interactions and natural acting of the entire cast seem to amalgamate together to make something entertaining to watch. We can’t wait for Shrill’s premiere on March 15th.

More about the show

The series Shrill has created thanks to SNL’s Lorne Michaels. Apart from Michaels, we have executive producers Andrew Singer, Lindy West, Max Handelman, and Elizabeth Banks!

Aidy Bryant herself is also the writer of the series. Joining Aidy in the writing room for Shrill are Lindy West and Ali Rushfield.

The cast includes Lolly Adefope, Luka Jones, and Dana Millican.

A Story About Body Positivity

Jameela Jamil will absolutely love this sitcom because it has a positive message about loving your own body, no matter what the size. The sitcom will showcase how society prejudices women having a plus-size weight. The societal norms are pressuring Annie to change her body but she will not give up!

In contrast to Netflix’s Insatiable, this show does not body shame anyone. Rather it encourages women to love their bodies and be proud of them.  We will keep you updated for any more news on Shrill.

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