Critic Consensus: Proudly stupid yet surprisingly soulful, Detroiters showcases an impressive level of commitment from its charming, well-matched leads -- and balances its goofy humor with an equal helping of heart.
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Richardson and Robinson's laid back approach to rolling out comedy - and especially the former's addictively amiable nature - makes for consistent chuckles that can develop into hearty guffaws.
This entertaining workplace comedy features lots of funny moments thanks to some good timing and solid editing. The jokes have a bit of edge, but not enough to take away from the lighthearted nature of the show.
Robinson and Richardson are funny guys (or they ought to be based on their backgrounds), but in this case, we're not buying what they do, and we're not entirely sure why they did it.
A rare new sitcom with as much heart and soul as jokes and wackiness, Detroiters is a welcome surprise.
There's a little something for everybody in this anti-Mad Men show, where friendship trumps business, the clients couldn't be smaller, and the setting is proudly unglamorous.
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