Critic Consensus: While campily and sweetly indulgent, Feud: Bette and Joan provides poignant understanding of humanity, sorrow, and pain while breezily feeding inquisitive gossip-starved minds.
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This first episode of Feud is a real treat - and not even a guilty one.
Only two episodes have aired and Feud is already my favorite of Ryan Murphy's television panoply.
One of Hollywood's most delicious pieces of folklore is here re-processed into absolute entertainment gold as Susan Sarandon and Jessica Lange slip into the layered frocks of Bette Davis and Joan Crawford respectively.
Nothing is spared in [Murphy's] approach to emulating the grand style of classic Hollywood movies, but somehow he manages to make it seem an authentic setting for these larger-than-life sparring movie queens.
It's a juicy inside look at retro Hollywood that avoids "Mommy Dearest" excesses while still camping it up when appropriate.
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