'Shrill' Review: SNL's Aidy Bryant Shines In Lindy West Adaptation The new Hulu series Shrill follows Annie, a young writer. She's trying to get her career moving, figure out what's up with her sort-of boyfriend, and learn to feel good about her body. Annie is played by Saturday Night Live's Aidy Bryant, who developed Shrill with TV writer Ali Rushfield and with Lindy West. West wrote the 2016 book of the same name that forms the backbone of the show.
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Aidy Bryant Shines In 'Shrill'

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Aidy Bryant Shines In 'Shrill'

Aidy Bryant Shines In 'Shrill'

Aidy Bryant Shines In 'Shrill'

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The new Hulu series Shrill follows Annie, a young writer. She's trying to get her career moving, figure out what's up with her sort-of boyfriend, and learn to feel good about her body. Annie is played by Saturday Night Live's Aidy Bryant, who developed Shrill with TV writer Ali Rushfield and with Lindy West. West wrote the 2016 book of the same name that forms the backbone of the show.

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