Lena Dunham Co-Creates Netflix Series Too Much


Lena Dunham, known for creating Girls, is making a comeback to television with a new Netflix rom-com series called Too Much. This 10-episode show, co-created with her husband Luis Felber, features Megan Stalter as Jessica, a New York workaholic recovering from a breakup. Instead of dwelling on her past, Jessica decides to relocate to London with the intention of embracing a life of solitude. Her plans take an unexpected turn when she encounters Felix, played by Will Sharpe, who challenges her reluctance to open up to love once again.

Lena Dunham takes on multiple roles in the series, writing, directing, and providing original music alongside Felber. The show is a collaborative effort, with executive producers including Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Michael Cohen, Surian Fletcher-Jones, and Bruce Eric Kaplan, while Camilla Bray serves as the producer. Too Much is produced under Dunham’s Good Thing Going banner and Universal International Studios’ Working Title Television.

Expressing her personal connection to the show, Dunham emphasizes the support received from Netflix, aiming to create a romantic comedy that captures the essence of love while acknowledging life’s complexities.

Netflix describes the characters of Jessica and Felix, highlighting Jessica’s journey of self-discovery and Felix’s unique personality and background. The series is presented as an expatriate romantic comedy for those questioning the possibility of true love but secretly wishing for it.

Each episode will have a duration of 30 minutes, and production is to start in the UK in 2024.



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