Don’t accept everything you hear, especially if the source is a random guy on an airline who claims to be dating a model. In her new Netflix film, Good On Paper, comedian Iliza Shlesinger learns that lesson the hard way.
The film is about a stand-up comic named Andrea (Shlesinger) who falls in love with a guy named Dennis (Ryan Hansen), who claims to be an extremely successful Yale graduate. But it isn’t long before Andrea suspects Ryan isn’t who he claims to be. A stand-up comic meets a guy who looks perfect: smart, polite, successful… and potentially too good to be true after years of putting her career first.
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Iliza Vie Shlesinger is an actress, comedian, and television host from the United States. She went on to host the syndicated dating show Excused and the TBS game show Separation Anxiety after winning NBC’s Last Comic Standing in 2008. Shlesinger was named the G4 network’s Myspace Girl of the Week after winning the So You Think You were Funny contest on Myspace in 2007.
Forbes Celebrity 100 on E! Network, TV Guide’s America’s Next Top Producer, Comedy Central Presents Season 14 Episode 18, John Oliver’s New York Stand Up Show, and others are among her television credits.
Fans of Shlesinger’s stand-up routine may know the premise from her “Lying Brian” segment. Margaret Cho, Rebecca Rittenhouse, and Matt McGorry star in the film adaptation of that scene. Good on Paper is sure to make you giggle in the middle of the week, so here’s all you need to know about the Good on Paper release date and timing.
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When will good on paper be Available on Netflix?
Netflix releases it at 12 a.m. Pacific Time, or 3 a.m. Eastern Time. As a result, on Wednesday, June 23, at 12 a.m. PT, or 3 a.m. ET, Good on Paper will begin streaming. If it’s Tuesday night at midnight on the west coast and you haven’t seen Good on Paper on Netflix yet, try refreshing the page or signing out and back in again.
Is there a trailer that works well on paper?
Yes, absolutely. The trailer for Good on Paper can be found on YouTube, Netflix, and other sites.