Jules (Kat Dennings) tries to reconnect with her gal pals after breaking up with longtime boyfriend Jeremy (Connor Hines). Throughout the show you’ll see their relationship dynamic highlighted, and despite the faults that took place, it’s hilariously fun to watch.
Dollface‘s entire concept is rooted in female friendship, keeping those bonds strong and weathering the tough times. It’s a feel-good watch that’s definitely worth checking out for that aspect alone.
For those fond of furry friends, the bond that forms between Dennings’ Jules and a vetrinarian played by Matthew Gray Gubler is sure to be up your alley. She’s a cat lady and he’s a dog person — what’s not to like?
Old Lady Style
After Jules’ breakup, she needs to find a new abode. Her place is just as quirky as her and has a vintage charm most can admire.
What happens when you mix a group of vastly different women together and pair them with daily drama? Some pretty funny predicaments take place, including hospital visits, celebrity parties and more.
Rather than pitting them against each other, Dollface shows women celebrating other women’s success, and it’s an all-around joyful experience.
Plenty of Pancakes
One thing this group of ladies loves to do together is snack, and as seen in the image above, pancakes are included in that category.
Surprising Guest Stars
We won’t say too much about their characters, but with the leading group of ladies comes a group of talented and surprising recurring roles. Among them? Malin Akerman, Goran Visnjic and Matthew Gray Gubler.
The face masks are out and on for Jules who works for a beauty company with some peculiar products. If you’re into make-up and more, Dollface has you covered.
From a talking cat with a human body to exaggerated settings representing the situations being depicted, this comedy doesn’t take itself too seriously. If you can accept its quirks, then prepare to be charmed.
Hulu's newest comedy Dollface premieres Friday, November 15, and the 10 episode half-hour series is more than worth your time.
Dollface follows the travails of Jules (Kat Dennings), a young woman determined to repair her female friendships following a breakup with Jeremy (Connor Hines) — her longtime boyfriend. During her time with Jeremy, Jules essentially dumped her besties Madison (Brenda Song) and Stella (Shay Mitchell).
See stars Kat Dennings, Shay Mitchell, Brenda Song, and Esther Povitsky in action.
Viewers take a ride with Jules as she reacquaints herself with the two friends she left behind and new friend group member and coworker Izzy (an ever-hilarious Esther Povitsky). If you're looking for your next binge or a reason to tune in, click through the gallery for just a few of the many reasons to check out Dollface.
Dollface, Series Premiere, Friday, November 15, Hulu