You Must See These 7 Wellmania Shows

You Must See These 7 Wellmania Shows ...

'Wellmania,' based on the 2017 book 'Wellmania: Misadventures in the Search for Wellness,' has been developed by Brigid Delaney and Benjamin Law. She hopes to stay for a while to celebrate her best friend's 40th birthday in Australia. However, her bag, which contains, among other things, her green card, is stolen and her application is denied due to her unhealthy lifestyle.

'Wellmania' is an unusually different mixture of comedy and slapstick. Here are a few suggestions for those who have seen and loved the series.

Shrill (2019–2021)

'Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman,' produced by West, Aidy Bryant, and Alexandra Rushfield, tells the story of an overweight woman named Annie Easton (Bryant) who strives to live her life in her own way and return to her adopted home. Like Liv, Aidy is a journalist.

6.And Just Like That...(2021-)

'And Just Like That...' is a reboot and sequel to 'Sex and the City 2,' which takes place 11 years after 'Sex and the City 2,' and follows Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda as they navigate their lives as women in their 50s. Soon tragedy strikes, and John dies of a heart attack, causing Carrie to confront new difficulties.

Suzie (2020-): I Hate You

'I Hate Suzie' is a comedy that is significantly darker than 'Wellmania,' but its main character, Suzie (Billie Piper), shares a lot of traits with Liv. Both women possess a thrill-seeking, self-sabotaging personality that often leads to problems, including by Naomi's manager.

Big Shot (2021-202022)

'Big Shot' is a biography about Marvyn Korn, a basketball coach with anger issues. He meets his manager Sherilyn Thomas and sweet-natured assistant coach Holly Barrett before being introduced to the girls he will coach.

I Could Destroy You (2020)

'I May Destroy You,' a film starring Michaela Coel, is based on Arabella (Coel), who transforms her social media fame into a prolific literary career. However, she finds herself struggling with her second book. Like Liv and many others mentioned in this list, Arabella lives a life that is too fast and too unpredictable.

Fleabag (2016-2019)

'Fleabag,' a one-woman play by and starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, has traces back to Waller-Bridge's 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe performance. The plot revolves around the unnamed protagonist (though she is known as Fleabag by the audience) as she navigates life, love, and one bad event after another in modern London.

The Bear (2022-)

Jeremy Allen White plays Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto, a young and talented chef from New York City, following the suicide of his older brother and taking over the restaurant he left behind. Carmy quickly realizes that it will be an uphill battle since both the restaurant's financial situation and the staff are unprofessional.

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