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Despite the “bittersweet” feeling of seeing Shrill end, there’s plenty on the horizon for Bryant. “If you include development, I’ve been working on this show for about four years now, and then with SNL at the same time…. It didn’t leave me much space for anything else,” she says. “In that time, I’ve had new ideas and little things that I’ve worked on, but nothing where I had the time to actually invest in it. Now I finally have that time and I’m working on new stuff, and it’s like, ‘Oh, this is exciting.’ There are shreds of what I’ve learned on Shrill, but there’s stuff that I’m ready to explore in a new way. I feel only excited.” By the end of Shrill, Annie has so many new stories to tell, both about who she is and how she sees the world; the same is clearly true of Bryant, and based on her track record, the odds are good that any story she chooses to tell will be worth hearing.
Bryant is excited about releasing this final installment—“I really think this season is our best yet,” she says—particularly after the uncertainty of the past year, during which the Shrill writers’ room worked primarily on Zoom. When I tell Bryant I often had to watch Annie’s scenes through my fingers because I felt so much secondhand anxiety, she laughs and says: “We came up with this idea of Annie as a well-intentioned person who wants things to be good, but…they aren’t always. We really wanted it to feel real.” (Episode four, in which Annie writes a too-glowing profile of what essentially amounts to a fundamentalist compound, stands out as a particularly cringey watch. But it also feels refreshing to watch a show that trusts its protagonist to be wrong.)
When I ask Bryant how she feels about ending the show with its third season, she’s introspective. “It’s a weird feeling, but I’m really proud of what we made. I think it lands in a place that feels really natural to me…like, there is no finish line, but working on yourself and growing and finding your own self-worth is an ongoing battle that we’re all in. I think it ends on sort of a realistic note in that way, rather than being like, ‘This is my fight song.’” It’s true that to end with a bang would be antithetical to Shrill’s entire mode, which has always front-loaded the whimpers of everyday life—the professional setbacks, the romantic disappointments, the texts sent and quickly regretted—with near-surgical precision.
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- Material Type: 35% Cotton – 65% Polyester
- Soft material feels great on your skin and very light
- Features pronounced sleeve cuffs, prominent waistband hem and kangaroo pocket fringes
- Taped neck and shoulders for comfort and style
- Print: Dye-sublimation printing, colors won’t fade or peel
- Wash Care: Recommendation Wash it by hand in below 30-degree water, hang to dry in shade, prohibit bleaching, Low Iron if Necessary
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