She's got hilarious Twitter game and can handle the lead in almost any type of film.
In her own words, "If I find a movie where my character wears sweatpants all the time I swear I'll do it for free." Considering she maintains a low maintenance vibe, it's no surprise that her love life has also been somewhat drama-free.
She's held down two long-term relationships since rising to fame after 2009's Up in the Air and has only been the subject of a few faux romances.
Producers couldn't confirm how they'd march into Season 3, only that they plan to. "If it does happen, it looks like the shooting will start at the beginning of 2017," the writer-producer said at the panel.
"There are other drug dealers that are forming alliances against Pablo, so there are multiple stories that we could tackle if we want to," executive producer Eric Newman said. "We’ve got a lot of the stories broke and we’re ready to go." Earlier this year, Hurwitz sounded confident the fifth season would come together.
Last January, Netflix COO Ted Sarandos divulged that the streaming service would spend billion on original programming in 2016. After slapping a price tag on the game plan, Netflix paraded stars and showrunners across the TCA stage to announce plans for the next year of programming, i.e., your 2016-17 bingeing schedule.
When asked at the 2016 Television Critics Association press tour whether 2017 would follow the trend, Sarandos boasted an even bigger game. Here's what the future holds: "San Junipero," starring Gugu Mbatha-Raw and Mackenzie Davis "Shut Up and Dance," starring Jerome Flynn and Alex Lawther "Nosedive," starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Alice Eve, and James Nrton "Men Against Fire," starring Michael Kelley, Malachi Kirby, and Madeline Brewer "Hated in the Nation," starring Kelly Mac Donald "Playtest," starring Wyatt Russell and Hannah John-Kamen Season 1 covered 15 years of the drug trade, Season 2 scales down to cover 18 months, and if you know anything about Escobar's life, you can understand why Moura's tapping out afterward.