Minx is a comedy TV series developed by Ellen Rapport and executively produced by Paul Feig and Dan Magnate under Rapport Industries, Feigco Entertainment, and Lionsgate Television(also own International distribution rights) as single camera setup. The series follows a young feminist of 1970s who aims to create the first women’s erotic magazine but the journey will not going to be easy as most people are coming with negative responses.
- Ophelia Lovibond as Joyce
- Jake Johnson as Doug
- Trishna as Bottom Dollar Playmate #1
- Idara Victor as Tina
- Vera Myers as Bottom Dollar Playmate #2
- Jessica Lowe as Bambi
- Sophia Bui as Bottom Dollar Playmate #3
- Lennon Parham as Shelly
- Kimmie Dominguez as Make Up Artist
- Bianca Cook as Bottom Dollar Playmate
- Timothy E. Goodwin as Norman
- Giuliana Gutierrez as Mindy
- Michael Heidemann as Bottom Dollar Employee
- Kim Senser as Staci
- Alicia Hannah-Kim as Wendy Mah
- Maddy Caddell as Linda
- David Lee Hess as Phil
- Amber Martinez as Flight Attendant
- Liora Belle as Millie
- David Eisen as Classic Car Driver
Is Minx a true story?
The story of MINX is completely fictional but the events covered in the series are based on real incidents. During 1970s, there was a huge spark to create new erotic magazines for women, Playgirl and Viva were two female magazines that launched in 1970s. Those magazines covered the articles written by feminists and featured the real needs of women removing all the patriarchy comments.
Where was Minx filmed?
Minx 2022 series was filmed inside Los Angeles, California. Filming began on 6 December 2020 while the taping was done in Aug 2021 and 4 Dec 2021, according to sources. Some scenes were reportedly filmed at the Paramount Pictures Studio, Mulholland Drive, and Venice Beach. LA is a prominent shooting location for various TV shows and films like Umma 2022, Rescued By Ruby, The Dropout, etc.
Trailer & Synopsis
The HBO MAX trailer reveals the struggle of enthusiastic Joyce whose proposal gets rejected by a variety of male publishers before running into valley’s most prolific purveyor named Doug. Then, the two come up with an idea to create a sugarcoated way of disseminating the men. However, this move changes Joyce’s life forever and she finds herself surrounded with a cultural war while enjoying her life at different publishing houses.