Ari Graynor is a superior acting talent whose fearlessness and extensive acting range cannot be fully appreciated on cable television in the opinion of some entertainment observers and her fans.
On the small screen there are 'limits' to which one can push the comedic-dramatic boundaries but in big screen movies and shows made and supported by studios such as Netflix and Amazon the 'limits' are less and thus the opportunity for her creative genius to be displayed are much greater.
Putting Ari Graynor in a television show with primetime 'restraints' is similar to trying to put the "Boardwalk Empire" show in the 7 pm - 8 pm slot on cable television and thus having to edit out anything on the show that is considered 'r-rated' which would almost mean the entire show or at least most of the very memorable parts. The idea is nice but it does not seem workable.
She is an actress who could thrive in a feature role on the big screen. The blonde-haired actress has the looks and acting range to be a leading lady on the big screen in either a comedy-drama (think "House of Lies") or even a serious drama project.
Some entertainment observers are mystified at her pursuit of television roles because her acting talent is such that she could be an in-demand commodity on the big screen.
There is no debate that she has established herself as a comedic actress but as she has shown throughout her career, her sensational acting range is also very effective in dramatic projects and thus some believe she could be a surprise star on the big screen in a dramatic role which she could 'add some spice to' with some of her comedic talent.
There are some actors for whom the small screen is great and then there are others whose creative talent is such that it is almost unfair to restrict them to the 'limits' of television. Ari Graynor is an actress who should seriously consider making the move to big screen projects and not look back because she has the potential to be a movie star in Hollywood.