It's a new comedy Hulu series that created by Jordan Weiss. Feeling alone after being left by her boyfriend, Jules Willy, a young attractive girl, who enters in a long relationship with a handsome guy and left her friends, prepares for reconnecting with her old friends.
Individually, these characters work fine, but together, they're a headache, and that's a problem when the whole point of the show is proving that girl squads - their words, not mine - can have each other's backs no matter what.
Every possible rough edge of gender, sexuality, race and class has been sanded off of these characters and this story. Yet Dollface stays consistently watchable and even its familiar punchlines often hit thanks to this cast.
Ultimately, the series really works because of the strong performances. Anyone who has watched Kat Dennings knows she deserves a TV hit. She's a great everywoman trying to navigate the tricky landscape of female friendships in your twenties.