Nasim Pedrad Opens Up On The Importance of New Show, ‘Chad’ | The Awardist | Entertainment Weekly

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EW’s Gerrad Hall chats with Nasim Pedrad about creating, writing and starring in ‘Chad’ on TBS.

Nasim Pedrad has gone from starring on New Girl to transforming into a new boy.

For five years, Pedrad has tried to make Chad, her new TBS comedy in which she, a 39-year-old woman, plays the title character, an awkward 14-year-old boy who will do whatever it takes to fit in. Entering high school as the series begins, Chad navigates a new landscape, hoping to make friends with the popular kids while balancing an overly obliging best pal, a single (and dating) mother, a doting uncle, an unimpressed little sister, and a flare for the dramatic (as seen in the exclusive clip above).

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