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“Single Drunk Female”, the particular story of an alcoholic twenty-year-old that you should know

Samantha Fink, after a spectacularly embarrassing public meltdown, is forced to return home to her domineering mother to sober up and avoid jail. (Star)

Single Drunk Female is a comedy series created by Simon Finch and so far consisting of one season and ten episodes. It had its premiere in January of this year in the United States (country of origin) and soon we will be able to enjoy it in Star+ in Latin America.

Its synopsis reads that, after a public explosion at a media company in the great city of New York, Samantha Finckan alcoholic in her twenties, is forced to take advantage of the only chance she has to get sober and avoid jail: to return home to her overbearing mother, Carol.

Sofia Black-D'Elia is the protagonist of "Single Drunk Female".  (Free form)
Sofia Black-D’Elia is the protagonist of “Single Drunk Female”. (Free form)

However, back in Greater Boston, Samantha picks up her life, working at the local grocery store while being surrounded by all those things and situations that led her to drink. Confronted with the challenges and provocations of her old life, even with her perfect ex-best friend, who is now dating her ex, Samantha sets out on a path to leave her worst self behind, in search of finding her best version.

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The official trailer for Single Drunk Female begins by revealing a misfit young woman who, while working at a local supermarket, evades her responsibilities as an employee by hiding to sleep in the supermarket’s shelves. And in that scene, while she is discovered by a colleague of hers, she literally tells him: “I miss being drunk, there was much less responsibility.”

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  "Sober for the D and the V": Samantha embarks on her first terrifying personal relationship as a sober person with the help of Felicia.  (Free form)
“Sober for the D and the V”: Samantha embarks on her first terrifying personal relationship as a sober person with the help of Felicia. (Free form)

But, What were the reasons for breaking up with your mother again? Samantha reveals that it was due to public intoxication, destruction of private property and because she almost blinded her co-worker. In conclusion, described by herself, “for being incredible”. Although, she does not know that the payment of it will be to face so many things and feelings that she does not expect.

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cast of Single Drunk Female

Sofia Black-D’Elia (best known for her role as Sage Spence in gossip-girl) plays Samantha Fink: a 28-year-old alcoholic who is forced to return home after hitting rock bottom. Rebecca Henderson, like Olivia, she is Samantha’s lesbian sponsor in Alcoholics Anonymous. Sasha Compere plays Brit, Sam’s former best friend. Lily Mae Harrington is Felicia, Samantha’s drinking partner. Garrick Bernard brings to life James, a fellow Alcoholics Anonymous and ally sheedy It’s Carol, Samantha’s mom.

The Serie "Single Drunk Female" stars Ally Sheedy as Carol Fink, Rebecca Henderson as Olivia Elliot, Sasha Compere as Brit Monclair, Sofia Black-D'Elia as Samantha Fink, Lily Mae Harrington as Felicia O'Brien, and Garrick Bernard as James Chambers.  (Free form)
The “Single Drunk Female” series stars Ally Sheedy as Carol Fink, Rebecca Henderson as Olivia Elliot, Sasha Compere as Brit Monclair, Sofia Black-D’Elia as Samantha Fink, Lily Mae Harrington as Felicia O’Brien and Garrick Bernard as James Chambers. (Free form)

In his address, in addition to Simon Finch as a creator, they accompany her Travon Free, Leslye Headland Y Keith Powell.

To end, Ellen E Jones of Guardianhas said that Single Drunk Female Serie it is a precious jewel of another level, since it is direct, sober and honest; but not for them it stops being tragicomic. Wait for her!

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