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Catastrophe is equal parts laughter and tears. The finale deserved all the awards! Sharon Horgan is a genius so it's not surprising that she and Rob Delaney could create and deliver a masterpiece.
Wish I'd stopped watching before the end of this series. Started off so strong.
Catastrophe reaches a fine (not fantastic) conclusion, in a final season that has plenty of the series strength from past seasons, but lacks the oomph needed for more substantial merit. Sharon and Rob continue to have great chemistry, which still works, but they often bog down other character arcs in the show to irrelevance. Catastrophe also doesn't quite give enough insights into the troubles of parenthood, at least not until this season's second half, which could have really hit a stride for this final year. The ending does manage to be heartfelt, and sends off Carrie Fisher in a tactful manner. Can't compete with the also recently concluded You're the Worst, but Catastrophe's method of sticking to its guns still pulls it off (just not in flying colors or anything).
I loved seasons 1-3 but season 4 bombed. First, only six episodes. Seriously? Second, it had no plot or development, and there was barely a storyline. Simply terrible!
Loved seasons one through three. Hated season four. Terrible.