Dollface: Season 1

Dollface: Season 1

Dollface: Season 1

After being dumped by her longtime boyfriend, a young woman (Kat Dennings, 2 Broke Girls) must deal with her own imagination—which includes a cat-woman bus driver—in this anti-rom-com series.

2019USA
Comedy

Streaming (1 Provider)

Reviews & comments

Variety

Variety

press

Its fantasies aren't fanciful enough to compel us, and its reality seems perpetually elided.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Every possible rough edge of gender, sexuality, race and class has been sanded off of these characters and this story. Yet Dollface stays consistently watchable and even its familiar punchlines often hit thanks to this cast.

Vulture

Vulture

press

Dollface could have been a fun, forgettable diversion, the kind of show meant to be watched as you fold laundry. But its approach to feminism, which it name-checks, strikes a sour note.

Salon

Salon

press

Dollface reminds us yet again why [Kat] Dennings' droll comedic persona serves as the steady core of a project like this.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Dollface is not B.F.F. material, but that doesn't mean it isn't a good time. The vibe is right, the tiny details well observed, and Mitchell's performance is a treat and a half.

USA Today

USA Today

press

It's the pastel-colored clichés, woefully outdated attempts at slang and a singular vision of what womanhood is in 2019 that makes the show cringe-worthy in all the wrong ways.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

That's really the heart of it: Dollface, despite its centering of female friendship, committed performances and genuinely good grasp of satirical wellness terminology, often doesn't seem to have much of one.

3.0
Variety

Variety

press

Its fantasies aren't fanciful enough to compel us, and its reality seems perpetually elided.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

Every possible rough edge of gender, sexuality, race and class has been sanded off of these characters and this story. Yet Dollface stays consistently watchable and even its familiar punchlines often hit thanks to this cast.

Vulture

Vulture

press

Dollface could have been a fun, forgettable diversion, the kind of show meant to be watched as you fold laundry. But its approach to feminism, which it name-checks, strikes a sour note.

Salon

Salon

press

Dollface reminds us yet again why [Kat] Dennings' droll comedic persona serves as the steady core of a project like this.

The New York Times

The New York Times

press

Dollface is not B.F.F. material, but that doesn't mean it isn't a good time. The vibe is right, the tiny details well observed, and Mitchell's performance is a treat and a half.

USA Today

USA Today

press

It's the pastel-colored clichés, woefully outdated attempts at slang and a singular vision of what womanhood is in 2019 that makes the show cringe-worthy in all the wrong ways.

The Guardian

The Guardian

press

That's really the heart of it: Dollface, despite its centering of female friendship, committed performances and genuinely good grasp of satirical wellness terminology, often doesn't seem to have much of one.

3.0

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