If Shrill‘s first season was about one woman’s journey to self-acceptance, it appears its second season is about what comes after that. The first trailer for season 2 of Aidy Bryant and Hulu’s comedy series has arrived, and teases a new journey for Bryant’s Annie.
The new season sees Annie happily coupled with Ryan (Luka Jones) and having faced down her demons, including a persistent online troll. But now, after quitting her job and attaining newfound self-confidence, Annie finds that the life she’s been pursuing isn’t quite what she imagined. Case in point: A job interview that isn’t actually for a “job,” per se.
“You are a great essayist!” the interviewer says. “I would love to offer you an internship, though I should mention it’s unpaid.”
“That sounds so nice. I just also need money?” Annie replies.
The trailer also features Annie, in her words, “shaking my s— up a little” (which, apparently, entails her and Ryan getting frisky in a field — at least until a troop of Boy Scouts ambles their way) in an attempt to “be the person that I actually wanna be.” It seems she’s still got a lot of shaking up to do to get there.