'Wellmania,' a Netflix comedy series based on the 2017 novel 'Wellmania: Misadventures in the Search for Wellness,' was created by Brigid Delaney and Benjamin Law. She spends the holidays in Australia celebrating her 40th birthday with her best friend. However, her bag, which contains, among other things, her green card, is stolen, and she is denied a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
'Wellmania' is an unusual comedy series that combines slapstick and humor. Here are a few suggestions for you that have already seen and enjoyed 'Wellmania,' including recommendations for 'Wellmania,' available on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, or HBO Max.
'Shrill: Notes from a Loud Woman' is based on a film by Lindy West, which was developed by West, Aidy Bryant, and Alexandra Rushfield. Annie Easton (Bryant) is determined 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...,' a reboot and sequel to 'Sex and the City,' is set 11 years after 'Sex and the City 2,' and follows Carrie, Charlotte, and Miranda as they navigate their lives as women in their 50s. Unfortunately, Carrie is left out of the show due to a statement that she moved to London after a disagreement with Carrie.
Suzie: I Hate You (2020-)
'I Hate Suzie' is a comedy about a deaf teen pop star who is trapped inside her phone and her deaf son, but her manager Naomi is desperately trying to save her client's career.
4.Big Shot (2021-202022)
'Big Shot' is a story about Marvyn Korn (John Stamos), a basketball coach who has anger issues. He meets his manager Sherilyn Thomas and good-natured assistant coach Holly Barrett before getting introduced to the girls he will coach.
I Could Destroy You (2020)
'I May Destroy You,' a film starring and created by Michaela Coel, centers on Arabella (Coel), a well-known social media personality who grew up with little interest in her second book. She finds herself struggling with her second book when she wakes up one morning with little memory of what happened to her.
'Fleabag,' a BBC/Amazon Studio play about Phoebe Waller-Bridge, has a link to her one-woman play of the same name that she performed at the 2013 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. The story follows her through her journey through life, love, and one unpleasant situation after another in modern London in more ways than one.
The Bear (2022-)
In both 'Wellmania' and 'The Bear,' Jeremy Allen White plays Carmen "Carmy" Berzatto, a young and accomplished chef in New York City. Following the suicide of his older brother, Carmy realizes that his job will be a difficult task.