Laugh Out Loud With Expecting Amy

This weekend, consumers will be treated to a slew of new streaming programming. Given the state of the world, we might certainly benefit from it. The new Amy Schumer romantic comedy Palm Springs, which is quietly one of the greatest new films of the year, is now available on Hulu. With The Old Guard, Netflix joined up with Charlize Theron for a fresh asskicking action adventure. Greyhound, a World War II Navy drama starring Tom Hanks, is now available on Apple TV+. Expecting Amy, a new three-part docuseries from HBO Max, has arrived in case you’re searching for something a little less glossed over by Hollywood melodrama.

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Who is Amy Schumer?

She is an actress and stand-up comedian from the United States. With the early 2000s, she dabbled in comedy before participating on the fifth season of the NBC reality competition series Last Comic Standing in 2007. She created, co-produced, co-wrote, and starred in the Comedy Central sketch comedy series Inside Amy Schumer from 2013 to 2016, for which she got a Peabody Award and was nominated for five Primetime Emmy Awards, winning Outstanding Variety Sketch Series in 2015.

Amy Schumer is everything but private, from her stand-up comedy specials to her pregnant experience. While some may associate her candour with crudeness, her ability to share her most intimate experiences with the globe has opened people’s minds to the highs and lows of life’s most difficult problems. Expecting Amy, Schumer’s new three-part docu-series, examines her marriage to renowned chef Chris Fischer and underscores the expectation placed on women to “do it all” without complaining.

“It takes fans behind-the-scenes as Schumer suffers through an exceptionally difficult pregnancy while capturing the construction of a comedy special,” according to a press release promoting the series.

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Few Awards Won By Amy Schumer

Schumer created and starred in Trainwreck (2015), for which she won Writers Guild of America Award nominations for Best Original Screenplay and Golden Globe nominations for Best Actress – Motion Picture Comedy or Musical. In 2016, she released The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo, a memoir that spent two weeks at the top of The New York Times Non-Fiction Best Seller list.

Amy Schumer: Live at the Apollo received a Grammy nomination for Best Comedy Album, while The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo received a Grammy nomination for Best Spoken Word Album. She appeared in the comedy film I Feel Pretty in 2018, and her Broadway debut in Meteor Shower earned her a Tony Award nomination for Best Actress in a Play.

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What is Expecting Amy About?

In a self-shot video, the comedian Amy Schumer, the subject of “Expecting Amy,” a new HBO Max docu-series, weeps happy tears. She’s visiting the zoo to distract herself from the tremendous emotional upheaval that her pregnancy is about to bring or to compound her newfound excitement by doing something touristic and adorable.

As the series progresses, it becomes evident that a trip to the zoo is nothing new for Schumer, but she is generally the draw rather than the visitor. “Expecting Amy,” framed as a portrait of Schumer’s burgeoning family, is most fascinating as a “Truth or Dare”-style analysis of celebrity, a look at a comedian’s act and reality colliding.

Here, Schumer works on a Netflix special while adjusting to his still-new marriage to Chris Fischer, a chef whose autistic spectrum diagnosis becomes a part of Schumer’s act, which he doesn’t quite disagree to, but also doesn’t precisely not object to. Schumer, who is widely regarded as a “say-anything” comedian, includes footage of herself furious that she nearly gave away the sex of her newborn baby (who was born in May 2019) onstage; her line is to pretend that she has decided not to find out, in order to maintain distance.

Such distinctions between comedy and audience are blurred elsewhere: Schumer has hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe kind of morning sickness that is both physically hazardous and potentially life-threatening. We witness her puke frequently throughout the (at times) self-shot series, and we see her driven down by her body’s betrayals even more frequently.

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Wrapping Up

However, like with her current humour, the raunchier or more physiologically transgressive things grow, she tends to say less. Expecting Amy excels as a study of comedy’s tangled edges: what human encounters are filtered, condensed, and edited into a set, what off-stage moments of wit and lightness become a stage persona, and what shame or fear performing may exorcise or exploit. Instead of talking heads or any formality, the series relies on on-the-fly video of Schumer and often Fischer, sister Kim Caramele, and friends Rachel Feinstein and Bridget Everett in vehicles, restrooms, trains, and on stage.

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