Alex Borstein and Rachel Brosnahanhope fifth and final season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel makes the audience laugh laugh.
But beyond that, Borstein, who plays Susie Myerson, wants an Emmy-winning Prime Video series The catch is that shows can have more than one woman as the lead star.
“I hope this female relationship will stand the test of time and maybe change the TV landscape a bit, you can have more than one Borstein tell The Hollywood Reporter. “Not just Midge. It’s not just Susie. It’s Ross. It’s Shirley. It was Imogen. It’s Dinah. That’s a ton of fully realized characters. I hope this enlightens everyone.
The actress added that she appreciates that the women in the show are not chasing men but chasing dreams and value that.
Brosnahan echoed the statement, reflecting on her time at
THR’s Comedy actress roundtable and realized she doesn’t really know the women around the table, as multiple leading ladies usually don’t get a chance to work together.
“There is never room for more than one woman at the dinner table,” Brosnahan told THR also discussed the interview, along with Drew Barrymore, Alison Brie, Tracee Ellis Ross, Debra Messing, Molly Shannon and Frankie Shaw. “We compete with each other all the time and it was a very special afternoon to hear all these Top women talk about working on these shows.
The Emmy-winning actress behind Miriam “Midge” Maisel said she remembers looking around the table wishing she could celebrate and join the round table from one day on screen Meeting. She also pointed out that Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
is on TV One of the few series to allow multiple women to be at the forefront.
“Being the new wave of women taking over TV and the variety of shapes, shapes and The female part of my age feels really cool,” she says. “It’s cool, but expired. ” 1124308