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From writer/director Jesse Zwick, the indie dramedy About Alex follows a group of 20-something friends who reunite for a weekend aware after one of them suffers an emotional breakdown. While these young people clearly care about each other, their differences, old jealousies and unrequited love will become more apparent. The film stars Aubrey Plaza, Max Greenfield, Maggie Grace, Max Minghella, Nate Parker, Jason Ritter and Jane Levy.

During this exclusive phone interview with Collider, actress Jane Levy talked about how she got involved with About Alex, what attracted her to this script, how her character is the outsider among this group of friends, her own complex and complicated relationship with technology, how much fun they all had living and working together, and that they got to do some improv. She also talked about her experience on the live-action/CG hybrid film Monster Trucks, not knowing what she’s going to do next, for the first time in her career, and what she’ll remember most fondly about her time on the comedy series Suburgatory. Check out what she had to say after the jump.

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ABC’s comedy cleanup continued with cancellations of Suburgatory and Super Fun Night. They join fellow ABC comedy casualties Trophy Wife, The Neighbors and Mixology.

Suburgatory and The Neighbors’ fate was sealed last night when ABC picked up to series comedy pilots Selfie, from Suburgatory creator Emily Kapnek, and Galavant, from The Neighbors creator Dan Fogelman. Suburgatory had a lot going for it in Season one — a big ratings start as a breakout hit and a breakout star in Jane Levy. The series started meandering creatively in Season 2. It attempted a reboot in Season 3 with casting and setting changes but that failed to bring viewers back. Still, ABC president Paul Lee loved the show and there was a small chance for a limited Season 4 order until Selfie got the go-ahead. Still in negotiations for a pickup is Friday comedy Last Man Standing.



The actress tells TheWrap that the changes made for Season 3 were unexpectedly beneficial for the ABC comedy

When ABC’s critically acclaimed fish-out-of-water comedy, “Suburgatory,” returns for its third season, two major players will be missing from Chatswin.

As part of its deal, show producers, Warner Bros. Television, had to let go of series regulars Alan Tudyk, who played Noah Werner, George Altman’s (Jeremy Sisto) best friend; and Rex Lee, who played the Chatswin High School’s guidance counselor, Mr. Wolf, among other cost cuts.

But, star Jane Levy, who plays Tessa Altman, said that the changes were actually good for the show.

We, of course, miss the presence of Rex and Alan all the time,” Levy told TheWrap. “But, I think actually it strengthened our show in that all of our storylines had to be condensed and that’s the price of less people.

I think that the stories became stronger, the script became stronger, and I don’t think that anyone was really expecting that,” she continued. “Now that there are seven characters I think that’s been a surprise that we’ve noticed, less storyline so more time to exist in them and experience them and I think that’s a good thing.

Levy did tell us that Tudyk appears on at least three episodes this season.

In addition to Tudyk and Lee, Parker Young, who played Ryan Shay, didn’t return to the show this season. Not only did his character leave for college, but Young found a new gig. He’s currently starring on new military comedy, “Enlisted,” on Fox.

What does that mean for Tessa and Ryan’s off-and-on romance?

I think there is a big part of her that regrets not giving it more of a fight when they broke up, not trying harder for them to be together,” Levy said.

The good news is that Tessa may get a second chance. Young does come back for a few episodes this season.

“Suburgatory” returns Wednesday 8:30/7:30c on ABC. Visit ABC.com for more on the show.