Jen Statsky

Writer, co-creator of “Hacks”

Writer, co-creator of “Hacks”

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“Hacks” on HBO Max, one of the buzziest comedies of the summer, follows two women — a Boomer and a Zoomer.

‘Hacks’ co-creators on working with Jean Smart: ‘She wanted to do all her own stunts’

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