3 comedians we wish were in Amy Poehler’s Wine Country


Amy Poehler is the comedian mom we all wish we had. With her new movie, Wine Country, she has quite the group of ladies. But what if we added some more?

Wine Country, Amy Poehler’s new Netflix movie, has fans screaming. Most of the cast reminds us of the golden age of Saturday Night Live. With Tina Fey, Ana Gasteyer, Rachel Dratc, and Maya Rudolph (to name a few), we all want to be a part of the action.

The premise is that these friends, who we have all come to love throughout the years, go to Napa Valley together. So what if some other famous lady comedians joined the cast? We’re looking at the three comedians we wish were a part of the movie!

Tiffany Haddish

Now, we know she’s not a Saturday Night Live alum, but Tiffany has definitely made a name for herself in the last year. With her movie Girls Trip, Tiffany instantly became a household name. She is funny, she doesn’t care, and she would be quite the fun time if she joined Amy and her crew in Napa Valley.

Kate McKinnon

The most famous one of the newer SNL cast is definitely Kate McKinnon. From her impression of Ellen DeGeneres to her role in Ghostbusters, Kate is truly a force to be reckoned with. So just imagine her on a trip throughout Napa with some of the SNL greats. It’d be so much fun, and we’d get to see Amy and Kate together. What’s not to like about that?

Kristen Wiig

When you think of funny Saturday Night Live women, especially paired with Maya Rudolph, Kristen Wiig is one of the first names that comes to mind. So it is a little surprising that she isn’t part of this movie, but just imagine how much fun it would be if she was there!

Either way, this is going to be a great movie and we’re excited to see what a 50th birthday trip entails with Amy Poehler and her friends.

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You can catch the movie on Netflix when it comes out. There isn’t a date yet for the release, but you can believe that we’re going to be anxiously awaiting it.