“What’s great about getting to play a part like that in a show that’s this clever is none of these characters fall into the stereotypes that they could quite easily fall into, and I think that was a privilege for all of us,” Abela. “One of the amazing things about reading the script is being surprised by your character a lot of the time, and I think I have that with Yasmin.”
One of Abela’s characters’ most surprising qualities is how passionately polarized many fans are by her character’s actions and behavior. Verbose, oratorial threads like this one aboutcoexist on the forums right alongside posts which . In the comments, it’s surprising how often these exchanges lead to heated and lengthy intellectual discourse on the subject. It appears as though viewers are just as excited about watching (and critiquing) Yasmin as Abela is about playing her. When you have that kind of a dynamic going on between a show and its viewers, it’s usually a strong sign of success.
If you’ve been missing out, you can catch up on both seasons 1 and 2 of “Industry” right now on HBO Max.