The series follows Anne Montgomery, an extremely extra venture capitalist who does things like monologue into a tape recorder and shoot archery … Advertisement

With a nod to “Indecent Proposal” and “Faust,” Kelley gives us Anne Montgomery, a venture capitalist who offers to become an equity partner … The "old" Anne would have remained a little bird and becoming a phoenix wouldn't even have been on her radar, let alone a reality. By the penultimate episode of What/if season 1, Sean seeks redemption. Anne then bails him out, which essentially sets up a Frankenstein moment: Anne becomes the mad scientist, and Sean becomes the submissive monster. Called What Remains, the finale of What/If brought the stories of Anne Montgomery (played by Renée Zellweger) and Lisa Donovan (Jane Levy) … The character of Anne Montgomery, who Kelley calls “the most curated character I’ve ever created,” is one that he admits has been in his mind for a long time. In episode one, Anne is introduced legs-first sipping a gin martini and reciting her … In addition, Anne’s long-time protector, Foster (Louis Herthum), also seeks redemption. When Anne Montgomery (Renée Zellweger) offers Lisa (Jane Levy) $80 million in exchange for one night alone with her husband Sean (Blake Jenner), it seems like the solution to … When her character Anne Montgomery leans in, look out for a shiv. Both men understand what needs to be done. What/If’s main antagonist Anne Montgomery is Renée’s first major role in a television series and is worlds away from the infamous Bridget Jones.