April 17, 2024

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Richard E. Grant, Stephen Fry

Richard E. Grant, Stephen Fry

Lena Dunham's Netflix comedy Too Much filled out the cast with a star-studded lineup, diverse I learned exclusively.

Joining previously announced series champions Megan Stalter and Will Sharp will be: Richard E. Grant (“Saltburn”), Stephen Fry (“The Dropout”), Janicza Bravo (“Sharp Stick”), Michael Zegen (“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”), Rhea Perlman (“Cheers”), and Rita Wilson (” Sleepless in Seattle”), Leo Reich (“Leo Reich: Literally Who Cares?!”), Adele Exarchopoulos (“Passages”), Adwoa Aboah (“Top Boy”). “), and Daisy Bevan (“The Alienist”), Dean Charles Chapman (“1917”), Kaori Momoi (“The Brightest Ceiling in the Universe”), and Prasanna Buwanaraja (“The Crown”). Emily Ratajkowski is also certain to appear in the series next diverse She exclusively reported that she is in final talks to join in early February.

The official description of the series says:

“Jessica (Stalter) is a workaholic in New York in her mid-30s, suffering from a broken relationship she thought would last forever and slowly alienating everyone she knows. When every borough of New York tells a story about her bad behavior, the only solution is to get a job in London.” , where she plans to live a life of solitude like the Brontë sister. But when she meets Felix (Sharp) – a series of red flags – she finds that their unusual relationship is impossible to ignore, even if it creates more problems than it solves. Now they have to ask themselves: Is he talking Americans and Britons actually have the same language?

Netflix has ordered 10 episodes of the half-hour comedy series. Dunham co-created “Too Much” with her husband, Louis Felber. Dunham is also credited as writer, executive producer, and director. Felber is also an executive producer, while his band Atahualpa will provide original music for the show. Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Michael B. Cohen, Surian Fletcher-Jones, and Bruce Eric Kaplan also executive produce. Camilla Bray will serve as producer. The series hails from Universal International Studios' Working Title Television as well as Dunham's Good Thing Going banner.

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(Pictured, from left to right and top to bottom: Stephen Fry, Richard E. Grant, Michael Zegen, Rhea Perlman, Janica Bravo, Rita Wilson)