Here’s The First Trailer For Netflix’s ‘Girlboss’ Show

Get a first look at the adaptation of Sophia Amoruso’s autobiography

by Eric Shorey

We've gotten a handful of teasers about Netflix's Girlboss series before, and now we've finally got a full trailer for the upcoming TV show. The program is set to tell the true story of Sophia Amoruso, who went from style savvy eBay retailer to the CEO of her own fashion company, Nasty Gal, and is "loosely" based on the fashion maven's autobiography of the same title. Check out the first trailer for the show, right here:

Girlboss is executive produced by the iconic Charlize Theron, who previously promised that the main character would be complicated and multifaceted: “I built a whole career on flawed and fucked-up characters,” she had said of the forthcoming series. “I have a love affair with that stuff.” Writer Kay Cannon, best known for her work on the Pitch Perfect franchise, is helming the project along with Amoruso herself. The series will star Britt Robertson as the lead.

The new trailer features an unexpected cameo from RuPaul Charles and music from the legendary electroclash band Le Tigre. In it, we see Robertson struggling and striving with millennial angsts and her budding business, alongside a colorful cast of quippy side characters.

Girlboss will debut on Netflix April 21.