Julie Klausner has responded to the cancellation of Difficult People Season 4.
Speaking to EW, the creator/star said of Hulu’s decision to axe the comedy drama without closure:
“I feel great about the show that I got to make. I feel like the luckiest girl in the world. There are amazing shows that have ended after three seasons, like Strangers with Candy, Arrested Development — I don’t mean to self-aggrandize myself by comparing myself to those great shows — but I’m really proud of the work we did and the series as a whole.
Continuing, she said:
The truth of the matter is, of course I’m disappointed. I would have loved to keep doing the show, but the between Andrea Martin and Billy’s schedule, I don’t know if we would have been able to do a fourth season anyway. I’m really proud of the series as a whole, and I would love for it to live again; I would love to do a movie at some point.”
“And, by the way, I feel really good moving forward, not only because I’m proud of the work, but because I’m on the new anti-depressant that I cannot recommend enough.”
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