Now that Amazon's The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel has really proven itself with some big wins at the Golden Globes Sunday night, fans are wondering what Season 2 of the comedy might bring. Well, now we have an idea. According to star Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Midge Maisel and won a Golden Globe for her work, we can expect Midge to struggle with the very different worlds she's begun to inhabit.
Fans of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel already knew that Midge had a lot to contend with, but it sounds like things are going to get even more complicated for her in Season 2. The first season of the Amazon hit, which was picked up for two seasons after the pilot aired on the streaming service in March 2017, saw Midge trying to come to terms with being left with two small children after her husband walked out on their marriage. Like quite a few well-to-do women in the 1950s, Midge had thought the focus of her life would be her work as a wife and mother, but she's suddenly forced to make a new life for herself, which includes finding her calling as a (frequently bawdy) standup comedian and trying to provide for her family.
From what Rachel Brosnahan tells Indie Wire, Midge is going to have some difficult choices to make as she forges a path few thought she would, including herself. And, Brosnahan admits that, right now at least, Midge is confused over which of her duties is most important to her and might not be the best at prioritizing if she were forced to do so.
You can keep up with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and her Season 1 adventures right now on Amazon. For more information on everything that's streaming in the near future, be sure to check out The Cord Cutter Podcast!
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