She is, as the kids say, 'balling'."I'm on social media, I blog, I'm on the red carpet, I try to do it," Fonda says."I put the word out there that I was interested in working again, and that I wanted to do television, and I'm doing it.Imagine for a moment a world in which your every lycra-clad move is watched closely by more than 17 million people.
It would be difficult to dream up a script that had the protagonist experience so much early trauma (her mother committed suicide when Fonda was 12, her actor father Henry Fonda was barely around, and she struggled with bulimia) before transforming into Hollywood's golden girl with films like sci-fi romp Barbarella (1968) and thriller Klute (1971).
The 80s saw her spearhead the aerobics fitness craze that came to define her for many.