There’s no denying that we’re in a golden era of television, and this week’s Femme on Fire is in the thick of it all.
After the war, Ron became an Auror and helped reform and revolutionise the Ministry of Magic.One day, Sheila begins to crave the taste of human flesh.At the Cinerama Dome in Hollywood, Barrymore, Olyphant, and show creator Victor Fresco celebrated the premiere of the Netflix original series on Wednesday with lots of grisly props and a blood-and-gore-themed party. What I loved about it was the humor and the story of this family.Barrymore beamed on the red carpet as she fielded questions about her newest role, “The show is about human relationships and family. I was not in the best place, and it totally liberated me.” Netflix chief content officer Ted Sarandos concurred with Barrymore, “The scripts were so great. It’s a great fish out of water story.” As for the show’s genesis, Fresco explained, “I wanted to try something with a big hook.It goes beyond wacky.” Barrymore added, “When you think something could be the wrong timing for your life, it can be the thing that actually ends up making you a lot happier. I wanted to see a couple who had unconditional love for each other, which these two do, and what happens when something goes extremely wrong and how do they keep that love going?