Dear Grace and Frankie Fans,

I’m writing to thank you for your support of the show over the years. I’ve heard about the binge-watch parties, grandkids watching with grandparents, the Halloween G&F costumes that fans have sent pictures of and all the fan-created G&F merch and GIF’s.

Lily and I have been buoyed by the heartfelt appreciation from our older fans who’ve told us they felt seen on the small screen in ways they had not experienced before (I mean, seniors and vibrators, who would have thought!)

Most profoundly, Lily and I will never forget the stories we’ve been told about women who were losing hope following a tragedy but found hope again when friends or family suggested they watch G&F.

Hope is needed now like never before and I’m deeply gratified that our show helped spread some around.

With Love and Gratitude to the fans,


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  1. Hi Jane,
    Just read your Instagram post.
    My thoughts are with you at this difficult time. You will get through this. We have so much love for you.
    Sending you love and strength from Hamburg to California!!
    Big warm hug

  2. I’ve seen Grace and Frankie, all episodes all seasons, at least three times; thank you for the joy.

    On another note, I thought you might find this Washington Post article interesting. It’s a non sequitur to what’s being discussed here but I didn’t know where else to post it where you might see it.

  3. Thank you Jane for being an inspiration in my life & continuing to do the good work to help make our world a better place. Saturday, I learned about you going public with your non Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and I’m sending you healing energy & hope you heal quickly. On Friday, I also went public with something similar; it wasn’t an easy thing for me to do wishing you well. Love Ann Baldwin 🌈❤️💜💙💚💛🧡🌈

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