Freeform just released a trailer for Phoebe Robinson's forthcoming comedy titled Everything's Trash, but no, the show is not about the state of the world at large. Instead, it focuses on Robinson's character Phoebe, a 30-something podcaster living a broke and messy life in Brooklyn, N.Y. Get a glimpse at what that looks like in the trailer, below.
As Phoebe tries to build her brand, including going for a big press opportunity for her podcast, which is also titled Everything's Trash, she feels like she is in the shadow of her quote-unquote perfect older brother (played by Jordan Carlos), who is launching a political campaign. Her attempts to help him with that campaign also get complicated due to additional personal relationships, and the first season of the show sees Phoebe having to start adulting a little harder than perhaps she expected.
"You caught feelings," her brother says to her in the trailer.
"Uh-uh, I've been safe," she replies.
But, he points out, "There's no condom for your heart."
Everything's Trash also stars Toccarra Cash, Nneka Okafor, and Moses Storm. Robinson executive produces alongside showrunner Jonathan Groff, and Tiny Reparations, led by Jose Acevedo, serves as non-writing co-executive producer alongside co-executive producer Chioke Nassor, who also directs the pilot. The series is produced by ABC Signature.
Everything's Trash premieres with its first two episodes July 13 beginning at 10 p.m. on Freeform and will then stream next-day on Hulu.