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At its best, Broad City showcases the unique comic skills of both stars... And this season, Broad City is at its best.
Like a packed piñata of absurdity, each episode rains unforeseen treats, from physical pranks to existential banter to all manner of sexual exuberance. It's all smartly visualized around town and briskly stitched together.
Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer's Comedy Central series enters its third season as on point as ever, with a few early episodes that are bound to become classics.
The dramatic stakes are as gloriously low as ever in the third season of Broad City. Perhaps that's why it remains one of the very finest of the current generation of anti-aspirational sitcoms.
In Broad City's third season, the show's duo continues to run up against caricatures of class and privilege.
Broad City is rightly discussed as being one of the definitive comedies in the current generation of television. "Two Chainz" is just another example of why it belongs in that discussion, and won't be leaving anytime soon.
The highlight of this season for me was Abbi trying out Tinder. Oh my god was this episode amazing. I laughed for days.
We need Broad City. Because on top of making us cackle on a weekly basis, it gives TV a shot in the arm.
Broad City continues to capture the absurdity and humor of life for 20-somethings in New York, all without the pretentiousness of most shows set in the eccentric city.
What has always made Broad City both appealing and potentially alienating is its commitment to mocking the lives of (mostly white, young) New Yorkers. That doesn't change in season three.
Uproarious, tear-inducing, side-splitting, and tell-everyone-you-love-and-hate-immediately good, Broad City is the funniest show on TV right now.
Audience Reviews for Broad City: Season 3
Sep 12, 2017Best and funniest TV show I have ever seen. The characters and stories are absolutely awesome.
Jul 26, 2016The show that makes Millennials fall in love with New York.
Jun 23, 2016About as solid and good as the first two seasons. The first four episodes aren't very funny, but then at Episode 5, it picks up till the end. They are honestly some of the best episodes of the series! There's also some great cameos!
Apr 20, 2016These two navigating New York City isn't solving world problems, but doesn't shy away from important world issues. It feels like a show in 2016 and it is refreshing.
Apr 05, 2016completely preposterous. like workaholics with the foundation of a job to fall back on. there is no continuity, only absurdism. every episode tries so desperately hard to be "new york" and, in reality, nothing about this is based on the "struggles of NYC life". This show was a struggle at first and now it is a complete chore. Avoid at all costs.
Mar 02, 2016Bliss. Pure bliss. This show makes me incredibly happy, and I will cherish that forever.
Jan 26, 2016In its 3rd season, it's become set in stone that this is my #1 favorite comedy show. Broad City presents comedic brilliance like I've never seen before. Ilana and Abbi's humor is almost undefinable. I'm glad they're getting the praise that they are because these two weird ladies are definitely going to accomplish big things in the comedy world after this show. The future of Ilana and Abbi is bright and I couldn't be happier