Emily Blunts, who plays the lead on “The Big Bad Wolf” on Netflix, thinks that “The Good Work” and “The Bachelorette” are the best sitcoms ever made.
She spoke with Billboard Magazine, saying that “Good Will Hunting” and the “The Voice” have had “a huge impact on my life.”
When asked what the best shows ever made were, Blunts said that “it’s hard to say,” but said that she’s proud to be a part of a cast that has been “the most influential in shaping the direction of American television.”
“It’s so difficult to name shows that have influenced me as a creator,” she continued.
“It’s really easy to say ‘The Sopranos’ or ‘Breaking Bad’ and then I just go, ‘Well, those are just shows that people watch.'”
The actress, who recently appeared in a “Girls” teaser, said that while the show has been on the air for a few years, “I think the success of the show and the way the show is getting on has really helped to elevate the show.”
Blunts went on to say that “I feel like it’s just gotten more exciting, more diverse, more fun to watch.
I love the new show, but I love it a lot.
I think it’s a great show.”
Watch the full interview below.