Two Broke Girls celebrity Kat Dennings is back in fresh Hulu comedy Dollface, all of which was released onto Hulu on November 15.
Dennings plays Jules Wiley, that has to plot to win back her friends following a messy break-up–with many humorous exploits on how in which the trailer is anything to go by.
When was Dollface released?
While Hulu tends to discharge some series weekly, it published all 10 episodes of Dollface Season 1 in once on November 15. All these 10 episodes are between 30 and 20 minutes each, giving Dennings lovers plenty of time to stream the show over the weekend.
Who is in the casting of Dollface?
Kat Dennings, who also stars at Thor movies as Darcy Lewis (whom she will also play in Disney+’s upcoming Scarlet Witch/Vision series WandaVision), told Marie Claire that she found her character Jules very relatable. She said: “I have been Jules. I’m 100-percent guilty of [dumping friends to get a man ].
I messed up so badly with my friends during one of my main connections, and thank God, my best friend and I’ve gotten it through, and we can laugh about it today.”
The guy whom she ditches her friends for just for him to split up with her is Jeremy, played by newcomer Connor Hines, while those buddies include ex-Disney Channel celebrity Brenda Song as Madison, explained in a meeting with Was:”So strait-laced. She’s severe, she is to the point. She is kind of unpleasant…the bitch. But enjoy, the bitch who’s been hurt a lot.”
The surreal comedy also features The Mindy Project’s Beth Grant, clarified by Bustle as the”magical chaperone who assists Jules become the woman she would like to become boyfriend or never.”
The Hulu series also has several high-profile guest celebrities, such as Home Alone’s Macaulay Culkin at a memorable look, of whom Dennings said in a Refinery29 interview: “Oh my God. I believe people will freak out when they see him”
What’s going to happen in Dollface?
The official Hulu synopsis reads: “Dollface follows Jules (Kat Dennings), a young woman who–after being dumped by her longtime boyfriend–must deal with her imagination to literally and metaphorically re-enter the world of girls, and rekindle the feminine friendships she left behind.”
The show is made by Jordan Weiss, who informed Variety that it began life as a piece of sample writing while he was at college.
She explained: “I was like,’My team example?’ I was just attempting to have a job on New Girl! .And they were like,’ it is a TV show,’ and I was like,’It’s a staff example,’ and they’re like,’It’s a TV show.’ So they were right.”
She added: “I had been in a relationship in college and struggled to put myself out there with friendships just as far as I could have,” Weiss stated. “And coming out of the time, coming from a breakup not dissimilar to this one from the show, and recognizing I had to place more times in my girlfriends, that’s where the idea came from.”