Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, the stars of Netflix's Grace and Frankie, said Thursday that they were “furious” over a recently approved law in North Carolina that targets the LGBT community.

“We're totally furious,” Tomlin told gay glossy The Advocate on the red carpet for the Tribeca Film Festival.

“We would never go there,” Fonda added.

North Carolina's House Bill 2 was a knee jerk reaction to passage of an LGBT protections bill in Charlotte. Lawmakers approved and Governor Pat McCrory signed the bill during a one-day special session. It repealed Charlotte's ordinance and blocked other cities from enacting similar measures. It also bars students attending public institutions from using the bathroom that does not conform to their gender at birth.

Season one of Grace and Frankie arrived on DVD this week. Season two premieres May 6 and a third season is in development.