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Amy Schumer looks slender in her skinny jeans on Life & Beth set

Amy Schumer looks slender in her skinny jeans as she is seen with a face shield on the NYC set of her Hulu series Life & Beth

Amy Schumer was spotted on the New York City set of the upcoming series Life & Beth on Monday morning.

The 39-year-old comedienne cut a very casual figure while spending time outside in the slightly rainy East Coast weather as she wore a face shield.

The upcoming comedy series is set to premiere at an unspecified date in the near future on the Hulu streaming service.

Stepping out: Amy Schumer was spotted strolling around the New York City set of Life & Beth on Monday morning

Schumer kept it casual, as she wore a black rain jacket above a matching shirt and a navy blue sports coat.

She continued her dressed-down clothing ensemble with pairs of jeans and running shoes.  

The actress’ typically flowing blonde hair was tied back in a tight bun for the duration of her solo outing.

The Trainwreck star notably wore a plastic facial shield to keep herself protected from COVID-19 while she spent time on the upcoming show’s set.

No stress: The comedian kept it casual in a pair of blue jeans and a rain jacket and wore a plastic facial shield as she made her way around the upcoming series' production area

No stress: The comedian kept it casual in a pair of blue jeans and a rain jacket and wore a plastic facial shield as she made her way around the upcoming series’ production area

Life & Beth first received its series order from Hulu in July of 2019, as Schumer had previously signed a first-look deal with the streaming service.

In addition to starring in the upcoming show, she is set to serve as an executive producer and write and direct several episodes.

The series is centered around the titular character, who works as a wine distributor while maintaining a relationship with an attractive businessman.

When an unexpected incident forces Beth to look back on her past, she begins experiencing flashbacks to her teenage years, forcing her to reevaluate her way of life and accomplishments.

Long time coming: Life & Beth first received its series order in July of 2019, with Schumer having signed a first-look deal for the series prior to the pickup; she is pictured in April

Long time coming: Life & Beth first received its series order in July of 2019, with Schumer having signed a first-look deal for the series prior to the pickup; she is pictured in April

Story: The show is centered around a successful wine distributor who undergoes an experience that brings up flashbacks from her teenage years

Story: The show is centered around a successful wine distributor who undergoes an experience that brings up flashbacks from her teenage years

Michael Rapaport recently signed on to the show and will portray Leonard, the down-on-his-luck father of Schumer’s character.

Michael Cera also joined the cast earlier this year, and he is set to appear as John, an upright farmer and chef who is admired for his forthcoming personality. 

The show’s 10-episode first season was initially supposed to make its debut in 2020, although its production was delayed by the onset of the global pandemic. 

Life & Beth is currently set to premiere on the Hulu streaming service at an unspecified date in the future. 

Added talent: Michael Rapaport previously signed on to portray Beth's down-on-his-luck father Leonard; he is pictured in February of 2020

Stacked cast: Michael Cera is also set to appear as upright farmer and chef John in the forthcoming Hulu series; he is pictured at the 72nd Annual Tony Awards in 2018

Added talent: Michael Rapaport, left, previously signed on to portray Beth’s down-on-his-luck father Leonard; he is pictured in February of 2020. Michael Cera, right, is also set to appear as upright farmer and chef John in the forthcoming Hulu series; he is pictured at the 72nd Annual Tony Awards in 2018

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