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Its characters and situations are alternately aggravating, humorous and, to a lesser extent, poignant. Parker and Church are fully in charge throughout as a perfectly imperfect duo. Yes, they're both that good -- in a series that demands just that.
I'm not beauty-shaming Parker. It's just that her unending composure, no matter how hard her character, Frances, suffers, undermines her overall dramatic and comedic impact.
It's the overall experience that hits hardest, and while delving into heartbreak may not be something we're all eager to become immersed in, the series' value on levels both informational and artistic is hard to deny.
Divorce does indeed tread a delicate line. But creator Sharon Hogan manages to find plenty of wry humor in domestic turmoil and there are some surprising turns along the way.
The show is funny but in a sad way, funny in an awkward-moments way.
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