‘Paper Girls’ on Amazon Prime Video: Viewers hail 'fantastic' Sofia Rosinsky as 'fan-favourite' Mac Coyle

Fans can’t stop raving about the performances by the young cast, especially Sofia Rosinsky as Mac


                            ‘Paper Girls’ on Amazon Prime Video: Viewers hail 'fantastic' Sofia Rosinsky as 'fan-favourite' Mac Coyle
Since 'Paper Girls' premiered, fans have been raving about excellent adaptation of the original comics (Sofia Rosinsky, Riley Lai Nelet and Camryn Jones in a still from 'Paper Girls' / Amazon Prime Video)
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The much talked about sci-fi and time-travel adventure series ‘Paper Girls’ has finally dropped all its episodes today on Amazon Prime Video. The series main plot revolves around four young paper delivery girls Mac (Sofia Rosinsky), Erin (Riley Lai Nelet), Tiffany (Camryn Jones) and KJ (Fina Strazza). These girls unknowingly get badly trapped into a war between two factions of time-travelers. These girls accidentally get themselves transported into the futuristic era of 2019 wherein they all meet their 'grown up' selves. They all stick together and face many villains who want to kill them and rule the world to serve their vested and vile interests and these girls foil their plans each time.

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Then in the end of episode eight, we see an ultimate race against time as the girls have to fight the Prioress and her army of villains, head on. We see how the Prioress (Adina Porter) has a sudden change of heart and she lets these girls go back into their world of in the '80s. This infuriates the curly haired man who decides to take revenge. For the first time we see KJ (Fina Strazza) and Mac (Sofia Rosinsky) getting into the capsule and going away. They are left teary eyed seeing that Tiffany (Camryn Jones) and Erin (Riley Lai Nelet) are left behind as they enter the space ship to save the Prioress from dying. Finally, both these girls also go back to their world from under the nose of the villains. But the guy villain kills the Prioress and she dies saving the girls who save the world.

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Ever since all the eight episodes have released on the streamer, fans have been actively tweeting about the series, raving about the brilliant performances from the young stars in series, especially Sofia Rosinsky. The show's viewers have officially given a huge thumbs up to the riveting storyline that actually follows the plot of the original comics. Even those who have read the comics first, are thrilled with the live-action adaptation.

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“Watching #papergirls makes me want to reread it again. This series is seriously so good. Also so grateful for more comics being made into live adaptations. The cast in this is awesome, but special kudos to the kid that plays mac,” said a fan. “I didn't cry a single time while reading through all 30 issues of the comics. But I've wanted to cry, like, 10 times already while watching #PaperGirls, and I'm only on episode 4,” added a fan. “Mac and Erin drinking and trying on fancy clothes and stealing money is the content i have needed my whole life #PaperGirls,” shared a fan. “Anybody else watching #PaperGirls ??!! I’m on episode 3 and I’m absolutely loving it. The lead cast is fantastic but I’m definitely vibing with Mac the most!! @SofiaRosinsky is fantastic,” a fan noted. “Halfway through #PaperGirls and this show whips ass. It's just got everything (cast, music, cinematography, etc) going for it,” a fan said. “Really enjoyed @PaperGirlsPV. As a fan of the comics, I liked what they’ve done with this adaptation. It truly captures the emotions of these characters in their adolescence mixed in with the complexities of time travel. This show deserves so much love. #PaperGirls,” a fan mentioned.

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‘Paper Girls’ all eight episodes are available for streaming now on Amazon Prime Video. The series stars Sofia Rosinsky, Riley Lai Nelet, Camryn Jones and Fina Strazza alongside Ali Wong in leading roles.