Taylor Tomlinson is returning with a fresh comedic special, Look At You, which will premiere on Netflix on March 8. Collider is thrilled to reveal the latest teaser for Look At You, which will premiere on Netflix on March 8. Following up on her 2020 special, Quarter-Life Crisis, Tomlinson focuses her new special on mental health; while also honoring her life, career, and individuals who manage to produce serotonin on their own.
Tomlinson, J. Marmel, and J. Bravaki executive oversee the special, which was shot at the iconic Wilbur Theater in Boston, Massachusetts in December. Kristian Mercado created Look At You and the teaser provides us a tantalizing glimpse into the mood of Tomlinson’s sophomore Netflix film.
The Bottom Line
Initially, Tomlinson featured on Netflix two years ago as a portion of The Comedy Lineup, a Netflix initiative in delivering shorter, 15-minute servings of stand-up humor. Despite the fact that she is only in her mid-twenties, she has been preparing for her close-up for quite some time.
She first appeared on late-night television as the server of the broadcast network series Laughs on FOX in 2014, accompanied by showings on Last Comic Standing in 2015, and then sets on Conan, The Tonight Show, and other shows (we assume she’s awesome with us ignoring she co-hosted the FOX show What Just Happened?!? with Fred Savage last summer, right?).
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Tomlinson has a fashioned stand-up polish to her, with a love for the artistic work that recalls us more of John Mulaney, Davidson’s comic pal. There’s nothing about her attitude that reminds me of B. Stelling.
Among the great stand-alone parts, Tomlinson has us connecting strongly to a grownup stroll around the postcard aisles, attempting to filter through the too precise sentiments to find one that corresponds to your real family.
She also ridicules the concept of declaring a digital network sabbatical on social media, envisions calling off her own marriage if the bridegroom didn’t cry adequately, and scorns the concept that women her generation can sensibly equate having a dog to falling pregnant. “You’re not prepared for either one if you assume they’re the identical stuff.”
Our Opinion On the Show
It’s strange to witness a young professional making gag about children nowadays, yet here we are. Tomlinson must’ve just crossed the demographic line of children who were smacked by their parents; since she’s on the exterior gazing in at modern mom and dad who regard their children as peers. But seeing a 20-something make a passionate case for why early adulthood isn’t all it’s made up to be by those of us who have matured out and become wistful for our childhood is soothing.
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In the coming decade, we’ll see and regularly hear from Tomlinson, and this period offers an excellent beginning.
Then it appears that she chose the correct profession!