First look at Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in Grace and Frankie, a new original Netflix series that follows two long-time rivals, who are brought together after their husbands announce they are in love with each other and plan to get married.

The series will debut on May 8th, and also stars Martin Sheen, Sam Waterston, June Diane Raphael, Ethan Embry, Brooklyn Decker and Baron Vaughn, with recurring roles set for Geoff Stults, Joe Morton, Ernie Hudson and Barry Bostwick.

When I am happy I feel like crying, but when I am sad I don’t feel like laughing. I think it is better to be happy; then you get two feelings for the price of one.
—  Lily Tomlin

Lily Tomlin’s ‘Grandma’ is the latest “abortion comedy” to get the issue totally right 

“Abortion comedy” feels like a recipe for disaster: How can one make jokes out of such a difficult decision? Even if it were possible, it surely wouldn’t be socially responsible. Yet what makes Grandma so great is how deftly it makes the situation funny without making abortion a joke. It’s often light, but lets darker moments be dark. The film’s tone glides through transitions smoothly and organically. It follows one of last year’s most underrated movies.