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Episodes this time around are too often a depressing slog to get through and, as such, keeping up with this show has felt more and more like homework. There are probably better uses of your time at this point. May 30, The 5-word plot: Woman slowly finds her way. This might have the most solid jokes per minute of any show out there right now. As this show comes to a close, it's still as strong as ever. Episodes are probably slightly too long and often could use some tightening.
FX Season 1 Finale: TBA The 5-word plot: New York life in '80s. It's fun and heart-wrenching. The strongest moments are the high-energy ball sequences. Very strong balance between whimsical humor and violent action. HBO Season 1 Finale: Hitman wants to become actor. This show has a creative premise and actually pulls it off. FX Season 2 Finale: May 10, The 5-word plot: Struggling to succeed in Atlanta.
This show is easily one of the most creative and straightforwardly funny projects of the last few years.
Very occasionally, it will rely on weirdness instead of being truly clever. Family members fight over business. The writing is strong enough here, though, making this thrilling to watch. May 4, The 5-word plot: College students struggle with racism.
One of the most accurate portrayals of contemporary young adult life. June 9, The 5-word plot: Rich addict tries to recover. A solid mix of comedy with anguish and depressing lows, dressed up in expensive settings, gives this a complex appeal. Critics are also saying this is one of Benedict Cumberbatch's finest performances. Women conquer the media world. The show is an heir to "Sex and the City" but with far more realism. The writing often has much to say about the contemporary struggles of adult, and particularly female, lives.
This has a more niche appeal than most reviews seem to note. If you're not deeply interested in the media and New York City life, the show's charms might not work on you.