It goes beyond wacky.” Barrymore added, “When you think something could be the wrong timing for your life, it can be the thing that actually ends up making you a lot happier. I wanted to see a couple who had unconditional love for each other, which these two do, and what happens when something goes extremely wrong and how do they keep that love going?” Fresco, a veteran of broadcast TV (“Better Off Ted”) praised the Netflix team.In her first foray into television, Drew Barrymore portrays Sheila, one half of a mild-mannered suburban couple (with onscreen husband Timothy Olyphant) selling real estate and raising their teenage daughter.One day, Sheila begins to crave the taste of human flesh.They are willing to take a lot of risks and go with you, whatever you want to do.” Olyphant was also very positive about his new gig: “I liked the script from the jump.
“Netflix likes their stuff to be serialized, which networks don’t like so much in comedies. There was something odd about it, and something sweet and old-fashioned.” Olyphant smiled as he added, “There was a lot of vomit. I just had tears of joy seeing their joy."Seth Meyers' son Ashe Meyers is only 10 months old, so Drew gave the host a warning: "If you've ever taken your kid to Disneyland or Disney World, it all ends at some point in mayhem."To prove her point, she offered photographic evidence of Olive throwing a tantrum in Tomorrowland."That is a legitimate picture of my daughter just losing it on the floor," she said.It's either the tender loving approach or the 'I'm very serious' approach." In this case, Drew used the photo-op approach, and it seems to be working fairly well!If anything, her family will have some hilarious vacation photos to look back on in the future.Everyone has their limits—especially young children. Three weeks ago, Drew Barrymore, 41, took her daughters Olive Kopelman, 5, and Frankie Kopelman, 2, to Disney World.