The Wrap | ‘Younger’s’ Sutton Foster on Juggling Sexism, Ageism With Comedy and 8 Other Emmy Contender Quickies

Getty ImagesWhen TV Land’s “Younger” aired its first episode on March 31, the show immediately shot up in rankings with great reviews. Just renewed for its second season, the show scored the largest in-season growth for an original series in the network’s history. In the midst of ageism in Hollywood being under immense scrutiny, the show offers a unique perspective on age and how to deal with it.
The show follows a single mother (Liza Miller), who gets mistaken for younger than she really is after she gets left by her husband for a younger woman, to which she decides to turn her life around and live as a 26-year-old.
Sutton Foster plays Miller, alongside Debi Mazar, Miriam Shor, Nico Tortorella, and Hilary Duff. Season two will hit screens in 2016. Foster is nominated for an Emmy in the Best Comedy Actress category for her role in “Younger.”
Below, she tells TheWrap which scene she found the toughest to shoot, which scenes were the most fun, which show(s) she most recently binge-watched, and where she absolutely drew the line while shooting
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