Grace and Frankie have been “parent trapped” in Year 5 of their titular Netflix comedy. A new trailer for the Jane Fonda-Lily Tomlin collection has dropped and it sees the duo breaking out of the retirement local community their children set them in.
Decided to reside independently, they return to their outdated house — even nevertheless it’s empty and has been sold. “What are you gonna do if you fall or if one of you has a stroke?” 1 of their youngsters asks. “Fuck it,” Grace (Fonda) replies, shrugging her shoulders.
That sentiment seems to be the general philosophy of Time 5. Grace and Frankie are each going to do what they want: fuck what their little ones and ex-husbands (Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston) could consider. Frankie (Tomlin) is re-embracing her “raw, uncompromising, dangerous” former lifestyle. Grace is embarking on a new romance. They’re equally indulging in a whole lot of edibles.
Oh, and they each be part of — and swiftly exit — some sort of commune or cult, maybe the Hare Krishnas. “Who knew the fuck-it lifetime was gonna be so challenging?” Frankie observes as she and Grace substantial-tail it out of a tent. Both equally of them are sporting very long, deep crimson robes.
Fonda received Oscars for “Coming Home” and “Klute.” She was most not too long ago observed in comedy “Book Club” and documentary “Jane Fonda in 5 Functions.”
Tomlin received an Oscar nod for “Nashville.” Her latest credits incorporate “The Magic School Bus Rides Once again,” in which she reprises her “Magic University Bus” character Ms. Frizzle, and “Spider-Guy: Into the Spider-Verse.”
“Grace and Frankie” returns January 18 on Netflix. “Friends” writer-producer Marta Kauffman made the exhibit with Howard J. Morris (“Sullivan & Son”).