"Shrill" is an American comedy streaming television series.
The starring cast includes Aidy Bryant as Annie Easton, Lolly Adefope as Fran, Luka Jones as Ryan, John Cameron Mitchell as Gabe Parrish, Ian Owens as Amadi, Patti Harrison as Ruthie, Julia Sweeney as Vera Easton, Daniel Stern as Bill Easton, Scott Engdahl as Andy, Sean Tarjyoto as Angus and others.

Here are "Shrill" TV series trailer, plot summary, full cast and characters, release date, streaming services and everything we know so far.


Is there a trailer for Shrill TV series?

Hulu on Tuesday, April 13, 2021 released the trailer for "Shrill" you can watch here:
Shrill | Season 3 Official Trailer | The Final Season.

Plot summary

What is Shrill TV series plot?

Here is a short review of "Shrill" TV series plot summary.

Shrill follows "Annie (Aidy Bryant), described as an overweight young woman who wants to change her life - but not her body. Annie is trying to make it as a journalist while juggling bad boyfriends, sick parents and a perfectionist boss, while the world around her deems her not good enough because of her weight. She starts to realize that she's as good as anyone else, and acts on it."


Who plays who in the Shrill TV series cast?

Here is the full cast and characters of "Shrill" TV series. Actors and actresses are sorted mostly in credits order.

Aidy Bryant  as Annie Easton
Lolly Adefope  as Fran Annie's best friend and roommate
Luka Jones  as Ryan Annie's boyfriend
John Cameron Mitchell  as Gabe Parrish Annie's boss
Ian Owens  as Amadi Annie's co-worker and friend
Patti Harrison  as Ruthie Annie's coworker (season 2; recurring season 1)
Julia Sweeney  as Vera Easton Annie's mother
Daniel Stern  as Bill Easton Annie's father
Scott Engdahl  as Andy
Sean Tarjyoto  as Angus
Jo Firestone  as Maureen
Dana Millican  as Kim
Tommy Snider  as Mike
Emily Fightmaster  as Emily
Michael Liu  as Pete
Joel Kim Booster  as Tony
Gary Richardson  as Calendar Cody
Conner O'Malley  as Reggie
Jeb Berrier  as Dave
Leslie Grossman  as Cindy
Beck Bennett  as Kevin O'Donnell
Akemnji Ndifornyen  as Lamar
Illeana Douglas  as Sheila
Damian Young  as Ron
Melanie Field  as Vic
Carmen Christopher  as Beau
Sam Jay  as Fran's Friend
Tyharra Cozier  as Aminah
Vanessa Bayer  as Justine
Ego Nwodim  as Abby
Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine  as Lucky
Peter Smith  as Cabaret Singer
Jennifer Bartels  as Ruby
Daron Dean
Katie Wee  as Tanya
Patrice Johnson  as Aunty
Ayanna Berkshire  as Bartender
Esther Povitsky  as Kayla
Niccole Thurman  as Jade
Sue Gillan  as Bridgetown Tribute Exec
Arthur Meyer  as Terrence
Dรฉlรฉ Ogundiran  as Iyawa
Gretchen Corbett  as Janelle
Sean Dodder  as James
Sidney Jayne Hunt  as Grace
Hunter McGrady  as Beautiful Woman
Theo Curl  as Boy Scout
Mary Hollis Inboden  as Connie
Anthony Oberbeck  as Nick
Georgina Elizabeth Okon  as Bunmi
June Eisler  as Dannah
Megan Phillipy  as Claire
Kain Dracula Ashford  as Teen Clerk
Agatha Day Olson  as Stephanie
Greta Titelman  as Becky
Jon Bebe  as Florist
Alyssa Kim  as Woman Pharmacist
Abbey McBride  as Diane
Jim Vadala  as Ad Exec #1
Sydney Winbush  as Weed Woman
Kt Austin  as Lilly
Blaine Palmer  as Server
Tom Walton  as Lazy Pharmacist
Billy Boudavong  as Waiter
Emma Bridges  as Ad Exec #2
Matt Rogers  as Handler
Kaleigh Harris  as Rachel
Jane Spencer  as Sarah
Bonnie Bailey-Reed  as Margot
Jared McClain  as Karaoke Man
Ari Montgomery  as Ad Exec #3
Kate Wilkinson  as Karaoke Woman
Kelly Victoria Young  as Receptionist
Alexis Sorenson  as Tween Annie
Alex Jordyn Lee  as Danielle
Betty Moyer  as Neighbor Woman
Jewel Robinson  as Uncle Claire
Alissa Jessup  as Mom with Stroller
Quinlan Fitzgerald  as Receptionist
Paul Harestad  as Matthew
Elle Poindexter  as Check In Woman
Molly Teresa Garcia Vance  as Customer
Obadiah Freeman  as Barista
Liam Krug  as Matteo
Kimi Rutledge  as Attendant
Alyssa McKay  as Instagram Girl #1
Pavia Sidhu  as Instagram Girl #2
Barbie Wu  as Question Woman
Mike Brakefield  as Restaurant patron
Cap Peterson  as Gus JR
Kent Shocknek  as Anchor
Delyn Wall  as Singing girl 1
Keziah Wall  as Singing girl 2


What are Shrill filming details?

"Shrill" series are produced by Broadway Video, Brownstone Productions, Rushfield Productions and Warner Bros. Television.

The average duration of each episode is 21 - 30 minutes. Country of origin: United States. Original language: English.

"Shrill" TV series is rated "PG", according to the MPAA film rating system.


What are critics and audiences saying about Shrill TV series?

"Shrill" TV series got high rating from critics. IMDB rating is 7.4/10. Rotten Tomatoes rating is 57/100.

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