Like her standup, the show is autobiographical, and focuses on Bamford trying to negotiate working to be a famous comedian while she’s struggling to cope with her own mental health.
From the trailer alone it looks like the show will feature plenty of appearances from Bamford’s comedian friends, including: Sarah Silverman, Ana Gasteyer, Jason Mantzoukas, the Lucas Brothers, Lennon Parham, and more. Plus, Arrested Development‘s Mitchell Hurwitz and South Park‘s Pam Brady co-created the show with Bamford. She has trusted, hilarious people in her corner.
The first season will have 12 half-hour episodes and premieres on Netflix May 20.