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Funny, warm, thoughtful series that starts great, gets a over the top and ends with a good episode (no cliffhangers). Likable actors, story lines and doesn't completely shy away from the aftermath of coming home from battle as one would expect from a sitcom. So, I was flying from Los Angeles back to New York, and when I landed I called my reps and was like, “Get me a meeting with the director.” So, Maggie [Kiley] and I went and got coffee in the city, and just really talked about how he both felt about the character, and what we both wanted for the character and the story, in general. I think we both were so excited to work with each other, but we were both so nervous about it that we wanted validation from somewhere else.And then, Maggie met with Tate Taylor, who directed The Help, and watched some of my scenes from that ‘cause he was still editing, at the time. And then, the moment we really put all of our cards on the table, it was wonderful., it features a predominantly female ensemble cast, many of whom you might not have seen in starring roles before now, but you might recognize from supporting or guest roles they've taken on beloved shows in the past.Of course, you probably already know Alison Brie and Marc Maron, but as you binge your way through Actual wrestling fans will notice one face in the cast that stands out among the actresses.For me, it’s just a matter of, “Am I working with a good director or a bad director? And with Maggie, I was just grateful to be working with somebody that was a spectacular director.I do find it staggering that there are not more female directors out there. I can safely say that, having seen both sides of it, I certainly love working with women, in all parts of the field.
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