D’Arcy Carden wants you to let ‘Cake’ on FXX ‘wash over you’ in the form of ‘Poorly Drawn Lines’

NEW YORK – “Cake” on FXX is off-beat, but full of entertaining and exciting shows in this anthology series.

One of them is the very popular cartoon, now transformed animation, “Poorly drawn lines.”

It is conceived by the artist Reza Farazmand.

“‘Poorly Drawn Lines’ is like a really popular cartoon and it has tons of followers on Instagram and it’s very similar to the show,” said D’Arcy Carden, the voice of “Tanya”.

She is a human being among mostly animal friends with human-like qualities.

“She has a job and she’s the most successful, but she just wants to kick it with her boys,” Carden said.

The characters may look cute and adorable, but once you start watching, you see that they like to drink and they can get violent. It is not uncommon to be found lying in a pool of blood just to feel just fine in the next section.

“It seems to be based on reality, but insane things will happen and no one will turn a blind eye,” Carden said.
The show is one of the most popular among those appearing in this fifth season of the anthology series “Cake”. Carden hopes you will give it a try.

“Everything is so different with ‘Cake’ that one could not really describe it,” she said. “I just have to say that off-beat humor is a great way to describe it. It would be one of those programs where I would say, just give it a few paragraphs. Like just watch it, open mind, let it rinse over. you. “

Carden is best known for playing “Janet” on “The Good Place.” She says that “Tanya” and “Janet” share some similarities, for example, they are very sympathetic, but something else happens below the surface.

Meanwhile, Carden says that while filming “Poorly Drawn Lines” kept her busy during the height of the pandemic, she is still filming the series “Barry” and “A League of Their Own.”

“Poorly Drawn Lines” airs on “Cake” on Thursday at 22.00 ET / PT on FXX.

You can watch the full interview with D’Arcy Carden below:

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