Hello Ladies: Season 1 (2013-2014)
Critic Consensus: Stephen Merchant is an intelligent performer, but Hello Ladies is largely a squirm-inducing comedy that lacks the empathy of his best work.
Stephen Merchant ("The Office") is the co-creator and star of this comedy about an English Web designer in Los Angeles who mistakenly fancies himself a ladies' man and social climber?but never lets the truth get in the way of his (fruitless) pursuit of a good time. Of course, being an eligible bachelor with no takers means Stuart (Merchant) is forced to hang out with Jessica (Christine Woods), an aspiring actor who rents the pool house on his property; his pal Wade (Nate Torrence), who has … More
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Fans of Merchant's usual schtick will find much to like, but this brand of cringe comedy has grown dated and predictable. Still, the lanky funnyman has terrific comic timing and delivery, and the show gets a pass. Just.
Not ground breaking, but nice. Which sounds less enthusiastic than I meant it to. It's very likable.
If Gervais' antics in The Office and Extras struck your funny bone in a positive way, you might find Merchant's first big Ricky-free foray to be a towering comedy achievement.
Merchant doesn't have something to offer. He's proven time and again to have a spot-on wit and flawless delivery, and hopefully Hello Ladies lives up to his legacy.
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