A comedy series titled Everything’s Trash premieres on July 13 and people are wondering if the show is available to stream on Netflix. That’s no problem for us! We’ve shared where you can watch the TV show below.
Everything’s Trash is a half-hour comedy series created by Phoebe Robinson. It’s a television adaptation of her 2018 book titled Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay. Not only is Robinson the creator, but she also stars in the leading role and is a writer and executive producer.
The show follows a 30-something podcast star named Phoebe, who is used to living a messy life until her older brother decides to run for office. Since Phoebe’s older brother launches his political campaign, it forces her to get her act together.
Besides Robinson, the rest of the main cast includes Jordan Carlos, Toccarra Cash, Moses Storm, Nneka Okafor, and Brandon Jay McLaren. So where exactly can you watch Everything’s Trash? We answered this question right below!
Is Everything’s Trash on Netflix?
Unfortunately, the comedy series is not available to stream on Netflix. In fact, the show is an original series on a television network. Don’t worry, though. Netflix has tons of comedy shows on its platform that you can stream right now. We recommend checking out Space Force, Friends from College, Arrested Development, The Upshaws, New Girl and 30 Rock.
Where to watch Everything’s Trash
The comedy is a Freefrom original series, so you can watch the show on Freeform. The first two episodes premiere on Freeform on July 13 at 10:00 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. ET. If you’re in the Central time zone, the first two episodes air at 9:00 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. CT on July 13.
If you miss the premiere, both episodes will be available on Hulu the next day, July 14. After the premiere, you can expect new episodes to air every Wednesday on Freeform. The new episodes will then be released on Hulu the day after they air.