The long-awaited second season of Hulu’s quirky and surreal comedy Dollface arrives to the streaming service on Friday, February 11. Miss out on season one? Here is a quick rundown about the show, and how to watch season one as well as catch season two when it lands on Hulu next month. The comedy stars Kat Denning (Two Broke Girls, Thor: The Dark World) as Jules, a woman who has to rediscover herself–and her friends–after disappearing into a relationship for five years. When her longtime boyfriend jilts her, she realizes she has lost touch with her social network in the interim. Can she reconnect with lost girlfriends or is she a lost cause? Oh, and she is kind of seeing a weird cat-faced woman talking to her, too…. Read on for more on how to watch Dollface.
- When Does Dollface Season 2 Premiere: Season 2 of Dollface premieres on Friday, February 11.
- Where to Watch Dollface: Dollface is available on Hulu (free trial).
How To Watch Dollface
Every episode of season 1 of Dollface is available on Hulu, and season 2 will be available starting February 11.
For new subscribers, Hulu offers a free trial month and then has several different monthly plans to choose from, including:
- $7.99/month with limited commercials
- $17.99/month commercial free
- $76.99/month commercial-free + live TV of up to 50 channels, as well as on-demand feature
However, the free trial is no longer available on the Live TV option.
Hulu can be watched through Hulu.com online and apps for Apple TV, Roku, Chromecast, Amazon Fire, Xbox, and mobile devices.
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What is Dollface About
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? Jules (Denning) 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. 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). 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.