It’s a common enough phenomenon. People get involved in serious romantic relationships and disappear into their own bubble. What happens when that bubble bursts? After suddenly being jilted by her longtime love, Jules is about to discover just how much of her life she abandoned for love in a witty and surreal new comedy from Hulu, Dollface.
Jules (Kat Denning, Two Broke Girls, Thor: The Dark World) has spent five years building her relationship with Jeremy. She thinks things are going great until he suddenly dumps her, and she comes face to face with the consequences of giving up her own life. Now she has to re-forge her female friendships with friends who are not quite so ready to take her back. Not to mention facing down her imagination in the form of a literal Cat Lady (Beth Grant, The Mindy Project), who metaphorically challenges Jules on how to re-enter the world of women.
After the breakup, Jules realizes how insular she has let her life with Jeremy become, and that all “their” plans revolve around his friends and family, from a retreat to Lake Tahoe with his company and his sister’s upcoming wedding. Helping Jules to rebuild her world are her three friends, Madison (Brenda Song, Amphibia), Stella (Shay Mitchell, Pretty Little Liars), and Izzy (Esther Povitsky, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend). As she re-earns their trust and friendship, they help Jules to get reacquainted with herself and life outside the romance bubble, as well as deal with their adventures.
Dollface also costars Connor Hines as Jeremy and Goran Visnjic (ER, Santa Clarita Diet). The series was created and written by Jordan Weiss, who serves as an executive producer alongside showrunner Ira Ungerleider (Angie Tribeca). Other producers include Denning; Margot Robbie (I, TonyaSuicide Squad), who also guest stars; and Stephanie Lang (Veep), who directs/co-directs nine of the first season’s ten episodes.
Comparable to the energy of other female-led comedies like Girls, Shrill, and 2 Broke Girls, Dollface is about learning to navigate adult female friendships and being true to yourself.
How to watch Dollface
The full first 10-episode season of Dollface comes to Hulu on November 15. Hulu has three plan options:
- $5.99/month with limited commercials
- $11.99/month commercial free
- $44.99/month commercial-free + live TV of up to 50 channels, as well as on-demand feature.
Hulu can be watched through Hulu.com online, as well as through apps for Apple TV and iOS, Android, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Xbox, and other mobile and smart devices. See our review of Hulu for all the details on their streaming service.
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