‘Single Drunk Female’ Renewed for season 2 at Freeform

Single Drunk Female is returning to Freeform alongside new YA dramedy series While You Were Breeding.

The Disney-owned youth-skewing network has handed the Sofia Black-D’Elia- and Ally Sheedy-fronted series a second season after performing well for the network on linear and digital.

Single Drunk Female follows 20-something alcoholic Samantha Fink (Black-D’Elia) who, after a public flame-out at a New York media company, is forced to seize the only chance she has to sober up and avoid jail time: moving back home with her overbearing mother, Carol (Sheedy). Back in Greater Boston, Samantha sets out on a path to move past her worst self and figure out her best self. Kinda.

Rebecca Henderson, Sasha Compère, Lily Mae Harrington and Garrick Bernard also star.

The series comes from 20th Television and was created by Simone Finch, who executive produces along with Jenni Konner, Daisy Gardner, Phil Traill, Nora Silver and Leslye Headland.

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Sofia Black-D’Elia for Story And Rain

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Getting Into Character With Single Drunk Female Star Sofia Black-D’Elia

Breakout star and actor Sofia Black-D’Elia, of Freeform’s boldly-titled Single Drunk Female, enjoys the message of hope that emerges across ten episodes in the series that is executive-produced by Girls’ Jenni Konner. Black-D’Elia shares a similar sense of humor with Konner, whom she describes as “quick, really smart, a good hang, and everything you would want in a show partner.” Launching her career on All My Children, and with roles on Gossip Girl, MTV’s Skins, The Mick, and more, Sofia’s performance in the dark comedy, currently streaming and recently airing its season finale, is beautifully nuanced and displays a level of savvy that makes her one to watch—leaving us wanting more. We first meet her character Samantha Fink in a dark place of addiction, one where Sofia focused on “finding the funny.” She loves playing someone who’s gaining confidence and becoming more hopeful, as opposed to the cliché flip-side of many on-screen stories centered around the journey of finding sobriety. We sat down with the 30-year-old northern New Jersey native tasked with helping to portray Writer-Creator Simone Finch’s semi-autobiographical story, to talk about the similarities and differences, the approach to the series’ subject matter, Gen Z, convincing costumes, and more.

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Margo & Perry (Short – 2020)

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Based on the award-winning feature screenplay. A disillusioned twenty-something woman spontaneously gets a job babysitting a precocious nine year old, but not everything is as it seems.

Starring Sofia Black-D’Elia as Margo, Charlotte MacLeod as Perry, Annie Parisse as Courtney
Director & Writer Becca Roth

‘Single Drunk Female’ Star Sofia Black-D’Elia Signs With CAA

Actress Sofia Black-D’Elia, who currently stars in the critically acclaimed comedy series Single Drunk Female for Freeform and Hulu, has signed with CAA for representation.

In the series from creator Simone Finch which launched in January, Black-D’Elia plays Samantha Fink who, after a spectacularly embarrassing public breakdown, is forced to move back home with her overbearing mother to sober up and avoid jail time. She stars alongside Rebecca Henderson, Sasha Compère, Lily Mae Harrington, Garrick Bernard, Ally Sheedy and more.

The first episode of Single Drunk Female airing on January 20 marked Freeform’s highest-viewed comedy premiere. The series is currently rated 100% on Rotten Tomatoes.

Black-D’Elia has also appeared in Richard Price and Steve Zaillian’s Emmy-winning HBO miniseries The Night Of, with Riz Ahmed, John Turturro and Bill Camp; Peter Moffat’s Showtime crime drama Your Honor, with Bryan Cranston, Hope Davis, Michael Stuhlbarg and more; Dave Chernin and John Chernin’s Fox comedy series The Mick, starring Kaitlin Olson; MTV’s remake of Skins; and The CW’s Gossip Girl, among other projects.

She continues to be represented by Brookside Artist Management and Viewpoint.

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