But despite his petty jabs and childish attacks, the comedienne is already overcoming, and gearing up to thrive in a hate-filled, Trump-ruled America.
The good news for the former talk show host is she’s been cast in a brand-new Showtime pilot! The comedy, titled SMILF, is based on Frankie Shaw‘s acclaimed autobiographical short by the same name.
In addition to writing, producing, and directing, Shaw will star as Bridgette, who is trying to balance single motherhood while also working to achieve her career dreams, as well as her sexual and relationship goals.
Rosie has signed on as a series regular, portraying Bridgette’s mother, Tutu, who totally ignores social standards but refuses to apologize for being herself. Bridgette is also looking for a little more than Tutu is willing to give…
Rosie joins cast members Alex Brightman, Kyle Vincent Terry, Graham Rogers, Samara Weaving, and Ismael Cruz Cordova in what already sounds like an enticing watch!
Will YOU check out Rosie’s new show?
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