The Grace and Frankie series proves that there is more to life after you retire. This Netflix comedy series features common misconceptions about the limitations of age. Meanwhile, Friends star Lisa Kudrow joins Jane Fonda and Lilly Tomlin in the show’s fourth season.
Reaching the age of 60 is a bit worrying for some people. They wonder whether they can still do what love doing when they reach a certain age. Well, maybe it’s time for you to watch Netflix’s Grace and Frankie. Ever since it premiered in 2015, the series has been a hit.
What Is The Grace And Frankie Show About?
Syracuse New Times reports that the Jane Fonda-Lily Tomlin show continues to “debunk stereotypes of what it means for a woman to age.” The outlet notes that viewers will enjoy watching Grace (Fonda) and Frankie’s (Tomlin) adventures and misadventures of navigating their lives as senior citizens.
The show continues to prove to men and women in their 60s and above that there is more to life when they retire. There are still things that can be accomplished and that life does not need to be boring just because you’re old.
Furthermore, the show also tackles on topics that the men and women of their generation have stopped talking and even stopped doing. Grace and Frankie feature topics that even millennials can relate to. The Netflix comedy series talks about careers, friendships and yes, even their sex lives!
— Grace and Frankie (@GraceandFrankie) March 24, 2017
Grace And Frankie Season 4 Confirmed
In other Grace and Frankie news, Variety reports that Netflix picked up the series for its fourth season with less than three weeks after the premiere of its third season. Not only that, the Fonda-Tomlin show adds a new cast member to join the group. The latter report notes that Friends star Lisa Kudrow will join the show as Sheree, Grace’s longtime manicurist.
The source reveals that Tomlin’s character will not like Grace’s newfound friendship with Grace. Will Kudrow’s character put an end to Grace and Frankie’s friendship? Avid viewers will have to wait for Season 4’s premiere in 2018 to see whether Kudrow’s Sheree can “drive a wedge” between the two ladies.
— Entertainment Weekly (@EW) April 12, 2017
The outlet further notes that the hit series has given Tomlin two Emmy and a Golden Globe for her role as Frankie in the series. The publication reports that apart from Tomlin, that Grace and Frankie received a nomination for the Oustanding Costumes for a Contemporary Series, Limited Series or Movie category in 2016.