PEN15 is an American Crews comedy net tv series, produced through Maya Erskine, Anna Konkle, and Sam Zwiebleman, which premiered on February 8, 2019, on Hulu.
Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle, the co-creators of Hulu and stars of the fun and always serious comedy “PEN15,” have found a way to take the gripping flashback narrative to a fascinating new level – even though both women are in their early 30s. He was selected to perform the oldest reliable versions of his 13-year-old Selleve in high school, 2000.
Hulu’s PEN15 is back with the first half of season 2 with shallower moments, more emotional overtones, and better performances from series co-creators and stars Maya Erskine and Anna Konkle.
What started as a program to revisit the growing pains of life on the eve of puberty, and plunged into the pop culture of the early 2000s, making it extremely attractive and relevant to older millennial audiences. . Now the story focuses on the search for emotional stakes that formed the basis of the narrative.
The comedic level of the new season is definitely a hit thanks to its more compelling heroines. Many of the scenes from the first season were almost completely hilarious, as it was obvious that they were about older women who did not act their age.
The show still finds fun ways to portray the awkwardness and irrationality of being in seventh grade in 2000; I won’t laugh, for example, if you remind me that Maya’s screen name on AOL is “Diper911”, but Comedy is less consistent. And sometimes less explosive because everything feels more real.
The cast and crew members of PEN15:
The series stars Erskine and Konkle, who also serve as executive producers alongside:
- Andy Samberg
- Akiva Schaffer
- Jorma Taccone
- Becky Sloviter
- Marc Provissiero
- Brooke Pobjoy
- Debbie Liebling
- Gabe Liedman.