Critic Consensus: Easy continues to apply a breezy approach to high-minded ideas in its second season, unfurling self-contained tales of mundanity that shine thanks to reliably terrific actors and gently humane writing.
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It's a refreshing experiment, and one filled with diverse characters, challenging ideas, and charming performances.
Easy is of a very particular flavour and won't be for everyone, and as with every anthology series the quality from episode to episode can be variable, but when it's at its best, the show is smart, charming and makes you think.
One of the nice things about Easy is that every episode really, truly is self-contained. The characters' lives overlap in subtle, believable ways that don't feel gimmicky.
It's nuanced, complex, intimate, funny, and reaches far beyond the superficial. My only complaint? Eight episodes just aren't enough.
Easy is Swanberg's best work. There are times this show is too improvisational and falls flat. But as a serialized TV series, Easy is an insightful and realistic look at dating and relationships.
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