Liz Feldman

TV writer, comedian

TV writer, comedian

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In the Netflix dramedy series ‘Dead to Me,’ Christina Applegate plays new widow Jen, in shock after a hit-and-run killed her husband while he was out for a late-night jog.

'Dead to Me' creator on grief, friendship, and improv

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