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Carrie Brownstein Adapting Her Memoir as a Hulu Series

Carrie Brownstein Adapting Her Memoir as a Hulu Series
From Slashfilm - January 14, 2018

Carrie Brownstein, ofPortlandia and Sleater-Kinney fame, will adapt her memoirHunger Makes Me A Modern Girl into a half-hour comedy series for Hulu. TitledSearch and Destroy, Brownstein will write and direct the series. This basically means were going to be blessed with a Sleater-Kinney TV series, and thats pretty darn exciting. More info on the Carrie Brownstein TV series below.

Carrie Brownstein, one-third of the band Sleater-Kinney, found a whole new form of popularity when she andFred Armisen launched the sketch comedy showPortlandia. Now Brownstein is combining her filmmaking skills with her formative Sleater-Kinney years inthe Hulu seriesSearch and Destroy. Per Deadline, the series will be loosely based on Brownsteins memoir 2015 Hunger Makes Me A Modern Girl, as well as her experiences as a young musician growing up in the Pacific Northwest during the underground feminist punk-rock movement in the 1990s. Its described as a show about a young woman, a band, and a community learning how to be unafraid of their own noise.

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