Many people on Twitter and otherwise immediately reacted to the premise of the show, calling it a fat-shaming opus.
Alyssa Milano is not here for your Insatiable criticism. "I hope that clears it up".
But she did post a paragraph from a recent Teen Vogue article that described the new comedy series.
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Insatiable is the tale of a young high school girl who is mercilessly bullied by classmates about her weight. After she is (UGH!) punched in the face and has her jaw wired shut for a summer, she returns to school thin and therefore conventionally attractive, and so decides to exact revenge on the bullies who made fun of her before. In a voiceover, Patty refers to herself as a "former fatty", and the teen is ready for payback against anyone who was mean to her. Bob Armstrong (Roberts), a disgraced attorney whose true passion is coaching beauty pageant contestants, is the only one who sees Patty's potential, and takes her under his wing - first as a legal client, and then as a pageant contestant whom he coaches toward becoming the top pageant queen in the country. Milano plays his wife, Coralee.
In order to portray "Fatty Patty", Ryan wears a fat suit.
Insatiable will launch on Netflix with 12 hour long episodes on August 10. "If someone's treatment of you is rooted in how your body looks, that says a lot about them, not you", a part of the highlighted reads. "Attuned to that, Patty sets out on a quest to make everyone pay for how they treated her (even if you really should just let karma deal with the wrongdoers in its good, sweet time)".
In case you're curious about the creators of the show, surprise, women weren't involved. But it's not hard to see where this trailer runs into problems - the show has been criticized for its "fat-shaming" plot, suggesting that one's life can become better if only they were to lose weight.