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 Bridesmaids’ Rose Byrne stars in first-look trailer for brand new sequence Bodily
December 25, 2021

Bridesmaids’ Rose Byrne stars in first-look trailer for brand new sequence Bodily

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Bridesmaids star Rose Byrne has gone full ’80s in her function as Sheila Rubin within the upcoming Apple TV+ comedy-drama Bodily.

The ten-episode unique sequence – which centres on Sheila as performed by the Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated actress – simply unveiled its first trailer.

Set within the seaside paradise that’s Eighties San Diego, idyllic on the floor but fragile beneath, Sheila seems as a dutiful, although quietly tortured housewife, which places taking good care of her household earlier than her personal wants and wishes.

Her controversial husband (performed by Superstore‘s Rory Scovel) receives her full help as he makes a bid for state meeting, whereas in her head she reveals herself to be extra opinionated and sharp than she lets on.

To help his marketing campaign, Sheila has to search out employment and manages to show her newfound ardour for aerobics right into a booming enterprise with the burgeoning expertise of videotape.

Battling along with her personal set of demons associated to her self-image, Sheila will quickly discover a launch and finally true empowerment on this planet of aerobics.

To spherical out the solid are New Amsterdam‘s Dierdre Friel as Greta, Home of Playing cards‘ Paul Sparks as John Breem, Della Saba as Bunny and Ian Ousley as Zeke Breem.

Directed by Craig Gillespie (I, Tonya), Liza Johnson and Stephanie Laing, the present is created by Annie Weisman and is ready to premiere globally on June 18 on Apple TV+.

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