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Anna Konkle and Maya Erskine on Why
Is So Relatable
“Anyone can relate to the trauma around that time.”
Absolutely No Cuddling Is Allowed in This Clip From
See Maya Erskine and Jack Quaid discuss boner politics in a clip from the indie romantic comedy of your dreams.
Trailer: Maya Erskine RSVP’s Yes to Be Your New Rom-Com Heroine
It’s what she deserves.
Wedding Culture Meets Cancel Culture With the Cast of
Let’s be honest, some parts of weddings just suck
’s Mutsuko Erskine Wound Up Playing Herself on TV
The real-life mom of Maya Erskine talks acting, the “déjà vu” of the Hulu comedy, and life in America as a Japanese woman.
, Everyone Is (Refreshingly) a Bully
The excellent mid-season episode, “Posh,” plays like a fable about race in American middle schools.
’s Spice Girls Episode Was ‘Traumatic’ to Film
“It opened up a well of emotion I was not prepared for.”
In Their New Show,
, Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle Are Middle-School Rejects
But in real life, they’re on the verge of being
Is an Irresistible Millennial Coming-of-age Series
The Hulu series finds creators Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle going back to middle school to tap into all your Y2K nostalgia.
Trailer Will Dredge Up All Your Crusty Teenage Hormones
Remember making out in closets?
Here’s Your First Look at
, Already Our Favorite Show of 2019
Hulu drops all ten episodes of the show in February.
Hulu Picks Up New Comedy Produced by The Lonely Island
Hulu has given the green light for a straight-to-series, 10 episode order of PEN15, a new comedy series that will be executive produced by […]