He really had no idea, for example, how they would pair up as writing partners.
I didn't want it to be a sitcom in a broad sense, in a Most of it’s just growing up around funny people.
But this, Levy says, isn’t the focal point of the show, which is why representation of pansexuality is becoming part of a meaningful international discussion.
I knew from the very beginning that I wanted him to be pansexual.
I’d never seen [pansexuality] represented on TV before, and it just felt in line with who the character was.
It’s important to tell queer stories and to show queer relationships in a very normal setting.