The romantic comedy starring Daniel Levy from Schitt’s Creek and Alison Brie from Glow, has been named the most-watched film on Hulu, outperforming some other releases and bringing the most subscribers.
The film was filmed back in February and it was set to be released in theaters, however amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, it premiered online with the most hours watched during Thanksgiving weekend.
Hollywood star Aubrey Plaza is now revealing some of the details from the filming, including how there was a COVID-19 outbreak, involving the cast and film crew.
The 36-year-old actress recently appeared on The Late Show and confessed she was actually disappointed that her character didn’t end up with Kristen’s.
She was also trending on Twitter after the release of the movie, with fans of the cast being amazed with her looks and acting skills.
no thoughts just aubrey plaza in happiest season (2020) pic.twitter.com/QQneQqfYfA— ً (@wiIdshot) November 26, 2020
However the biggest revelation made by the actress had to do with the coronavirus, as she explained “COVID-19 was on our set,” adding that “Kristen got sick,” and “a lot of people got sick.”
Aubrey went on to say that “It was the last week of February. It was that zone where people were starting to talk about coronavirus, but people were kind of laughing about it. No one understood how serious it was.”
She also wants her fans to know that she would love to play Riley again, confessing “she’s got a bright future ahead.”
The outstanding performance of the film on the streaming platform just goes to show that the LGBTQ audience is eager to see themselves represented on screen, including the special appearances of RuPaul‘s Drag Race alumni BenDeLaCreme and Jinkx Monsoon.