This Netflix Original lacks the buzz or prestige of some of their other high profile shows like Stranger Things or House of Cards, but Easy does have that rambling indie quality that seems to fit nicely within Zazie's filmography.
This sexy ensemble drama follows a chain of interlinking friends navigating the ups and downs of their intimate relationships; Beetz plays Noell, yet another girlfriend character. She's introduced as a sweet and supportive stoner who's dating an amateur brewer named Jeff (Dave Franco) who has ambitions of starting an illegal brewery and distribution business with his more conservative brother. Over the course of Beetz' three-episode arc, we see her go from a fun-loving, carefree hipster with little direction and a sweet little indie band to a loving mom with a burgeoning boutique business of her own.
Every step is authentic and charming. She gleefully helps concoct a wild-eyed hops-infused dream with her boyfriend and friends. She offers sisterhood and affirmation to a pregnant friend who is feeling on the outs and uncool, and when she finds out she's pregnant, she pulls viewers into her devastation at the realization that the carefree life she's been leading is abruptly coming to an end and she's totally out of her depth. Zazie has a way of getting you to root for her and cheer when there's a harmonious conclusion to her characters' stories.