Dollface, a Hulu original, debuted in November 2019 with its first season. It stars Kat Dennings as Jules Wiley, a lady who has recently had her long-term lover, Jeremy, break up with her (Connor Hines).
Jules must re-enter the world of women, notably the friends she had put aside in order to focus on her relationship since she is still reeling from the split. Shay Mitchell, Brenda Song, and Esther Povitsky from the cast make up Jules’ buddy circle.
Dollface Season 2 will premiere on Hulu on February 11, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. IST, with ten episodes. “The second season will follow Jules (Kat Dennings) and her BFFs – post-pandemic, post-heartbreak, as they approach thirty,” according to the official synopsis.
Jules must now juggle keeping her group together as the ladies negotiate work, love, and a deeper relationship with one other after successfully reuniting with her pals.
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2 Broke Girls (2011 – 2017)
Thanks to her amusing portrayal as Max Black, Kat Dennings catapulted to fame with this sitcom. It follows a couple of financially strapped roommates in Brooklyn who dream of creating a thriving cupcake company.
The sitcom ran for six seasons and was well-received for the chemistry between its leading ladies. It does a good job at portraying female friendship just like in Dollface, which is the show’s main focus.
Dead To Me (2019 – 2022)Variety
Jen’s husband was killed in a hit-and-run, and the sarcastic widow is on a mission to find out who did it. Judy, an upbeat free spirit, has lately experienced a sad loss of her own. The girls meet in a support group and become unexpected friends despite their diametrically opposed personalities.
Judy tries to protect Jen from the devastating news that may destroy her life as she knows it as the ladies connect over bottles of wine and a mutual love of “The Facts of Life. The dark comedy, which tackles the strangely humorous sides of sorrow, loss, and forgiveness, stars Christina Applegate and Ed Asner, both of whom have been on television before.
The Bold Type (2017 – 2021)TVLine
Putting together a magazine is a difficult process that needs a great deal of effort to complete and get the product into newsstand shelves. That’s why the editors of Scarlet, a global women’s magazine, depend on one another while they struggle to develop their own voices.
They fight to define their identities, maintain friendships, and find love while working together to print each issue of the monthly. The drama is based on the life of Joanna Coles, a longstanding magazine editor and executive who also acts as an executive producer.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt (2015 – 2019)IndieWire
After being rescued from a cult for 15 years, Kimmy Schmidt resolves to reclaim her life by moving to New York, where she embraces ordinary life with zest. She leases a room from Titus, a gay wannabe Broadway star who makes ends meet as a Times Square Street performer, on the spur of the moment.
The unexpected duo discovers that they’re well-suited to support each other, with Titus reintroducing Kimmy to contemporary living and her providing him with the motivation to never give up. They’ll go through everything life throws at them together.
Never Have I Ever (2020 – )Cold Tea Collective
Never Have I Ever is an American comedy-drama television series developed by Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher, starring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and featuring Maitreyi Ramakrishnan. The comedy is partially based on Kaling’s early experiences in the Boston region, despite the fact that it takes place in the San Fernando Valley.
Maitreyi’s battle from being a nobody to being the talk of the class is the focus of the series. Friendships, family, and love make things more difficult, yet without them, she would be nothing.
The Other Two (2018 – )Rolling Stone
The Other Two is a series that focuses on the bond brothers trying to seek their place in life, is created by Chris Kelly and Sarah Schneider. Cary, an aspiring actor, is having trouble getting better auditions than “Man at Party Who Smells Fart,” and his sister Brooke is having trouble in general.
Their lives are flipped upside-down as they struggle toward self-improvement when their adolescent brother Chase becomes an internet superstar overnight.
Florida Girls ( 2019 – )The New York Times
Laura Chinn, who grew up in Florida, relies on her personal experiences to create this comedy about four broke ladies who are pressurized to take stock of their lives when their BFF moves out of their shared mobile home to pursue a profession.
The girls, who are decidedly lowbrow and low-rent, struggle to overcome the bad luck they’ve been dealt and find self-worth in a society that views poor, uneducated women as worthless. Thankfully, the female quartet has a close-knit, nonjudgmental, and caring relationship to lean on as they navigate life’s never-ending bombardment of comic curveballs.