‘Bodily’ Trailer Is Right here To Fill The ‘Glow’-Sized Gap In Your Coronary heart

Seemingly created in a lab to satiate followers nonetheless disgruntled over the cancelation of “Glow,” the brand new darkish comedy “Bodily” starring Rose Byrne is nearly right here to scratch the nostalgia-driven Eighties itch in your life. 

The ten-episode sequence, which premieres on Apple TV+ on June 18, follows Byrne’s Sheila Rubin, a mom and a spouse who will get in contact along with her internal aerobics goddess after being neglected by virtually everybody in her life. 

She will get began, or leotarded moderately, after getting hooked on the stylish exercise craze earlier than turning into a instructor at an area studio to generate income when her husband loses his job. 

However quickly sufficient, she’s on her option to constructing an aerobics empire with the growth of at-home exercise movies, setting her on a journey of self-discovery and self-empowerment ― all presumably set to a killer ’80s soundtrack. 

“After only one class you’ll be able to really feel it taking place. You turning into you once more,” Byrne says within the trailer as she reaches out to different struggling girls. “Don’t underestimate me.”

Govt produced and written by “Determined Housewives” producer Annie Weisman, “Bodily” is directed by Liza Johnson, Stephanie Laing and Craig Gillespie, who has some expertise capturing a bygone decade after helming “I, Tonya.”

“Bodily” is Byrne’s first common TV gig after starring as Gloria Steinem in final 12 months’s “Mrs. America” and, in fact, Glenn Shut’s frenemy for 5 seasons of “Damages.” 

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