Hit comedy series Shrill returns to SBS VICELAND with the entire second season dropping on Saturday 25 January. Fast-tracked from the US, Shrill is from executive producers Lorne Michaels and Elizabeth Banks and based on the memoir from Lindy West.
Shrill stars Aidy Bryant (Saturday Night Live, Girls) as Annie, a young woman who wants to change her life – but not her body – unlike everyone else around her, it seems.
Annie is determined to fire up her career in journalism while juggling a demoralising boyfriend, the illness of her beloved father, and the dismissive attitude of her perfectionist boss. Along for the ride is her fangirl and best friend Fran (Lolly Adefope), always ready with a supportive word.
In the lead-up to season 2’s launch, SBS VICELAND is repeating all of season one in a Shrill-a-thon on Saturday 18 January, to get you ready for the season two drop.
Or catch the entire debut season at SBS On Demand now.
In a new episode of The Playlist, Bill Hader talks to Fiona about tapping into his dark side in the sequel to 'It', and what he has been watching. Elsewhere, Ben and Fiona are loving the short-run comedy drama 'Shrill' on SBS Viceland and SBS On Demand, and they tell us what they've been watching.