Stephen Falk

Writer, producer, creator of ‘You’re the Worst’

Writer, producer, creator of ‘You’re the Worst’

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The FXX series ‘ You’re the Worst ’ begins with a meet-cute for its protagonists that actually is kind of ugly-cute.

Stephen Falk on the bumpy road that led to critically adored ‘You’re the Worst’

The FXX series ‘ You’re the Worst ’ begins with a meet-cute for its protagonists that actually is kind of ugly-cute.

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