Some tropes, jokes, and trends aged less like fine wine and more like milk left out in the sun. That\u2019s what the new Tina Fey television series Girls5Eva examines after an earnest conversation during the 2021 Tribeca Festival. Girls5Eva is a new comedy that sees a \u201890s girl band reuniting 20 years later to rekindle the old days of glory. The series is created by Meredith Scardino while Fey serves as one of several executive producers. Hear more of her discussion of the series\u2019 mission here. \u00a0\u2018Girls5Eva\u2019 looks back at \u201890s beats and asks what happened Girls5Eva \/ Peacock\/NBCUniversal Media, LLC via IMDB \u201cWe\u2019re culturally looking back at stuff that we all took as totally normal, fun and just cool in the \u201990s,\u201d Fey explained, \u201cwhether it\u2019s the way David Letterman dismantled Lindsey Lohan or an underage Britney Spears singing \u2018Slave 4 U.\u2019 We\u2019re all looking back at those things now and being like, \u2018Oh, we all cosigned that? Oh, that\u2019s terrible.'\u201d RELATED: Oprah And Tina Fey Visit Mary Tyler Moore\u2019s Statue In Minneapolis Beyond that, though, the show also wants to tell a personal story for its leading ladies. Scardino added, \u201cI think the spirit of the show about trappy underdog women in their 40s going up against a behemoth and trying to do something hard and a little bit crazy, that will continue.\u201d This could only happen today Tina Fey produces and has a role in the new series \/ Flickr Girls5Eva\u2019s IMDb synopsis reads \u201cA one-hit-wonder band from the '90s gets a second shot at fame when they're sampled by a young star,\u201d and similarly the show itself has been renewed for a second season on Peacock. It stars Sara Bareilles,\u00a0Busy Philipps, Paula Pell, and Ren\u00e9e Elise Goldsberry as the main cast. Fey attributes their ability to even make this show to the power of streaming services. \u201cI definitely think that streaming has turned out to be better for comedy,\u201d she explained. \u201cNot that we go that hard, but because people are choosing to come to you, you don\u2019t have to make plain rice. You can make something that isn\u2019t maybe for everybody, but it\u2019s delicious.\u201d In addition to her executive role, Fey also played Dolly Parton to help sing some inspiration into the band. Do you feel inspired to check the series out?