Grace and Frankie: Season 6 (2020)

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Critic Reviews for Grace and Frankie Season 6

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Grace and Frankie always balances out the drama with expertly timed comedy to really make you belly laugh. Season six finally reaches its full potential with its irresistible charm, wonderfully written characters and the incredible cast portraying them.

May 5, 2020 | Full Review…

Grace and Frankie is back for its sixth season on Netflix and it is as charming and funny as ever.

Jan 30, 2020 | Full Review…

If the writing feels familiar, the performances always feel witty and refined, like two masters easily pulling off material they could do in their sleep.

Jan 17, 2020 | Full Review…

The series's sixth season is good preparation for its seventh and final one, setting up some new character arcs while being a fun ride in its own right.

Jan 16, 2020 | Full Review…

Complex TV relationships and characters tend to max out by age 50, which is why, despite the show's flaws, I could watch Grace and Frankie's existential journeys over and over again.

Jan 15, 2020 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Grace and Frankie: Season 6

  • Jun 03, 2020
    The sixth season of Grace and Frankie remains at the same level as the previous one. It is summarized - in a simplistic way - in a comedy series that deals with subjects of the third age. We are introduced to highly evolved characters since its first season. In the case of Grace Hanson (Jane Fonda) and Frankie Bergstein (Lily Tomlin), I would say that they have evolved so much that they switched roles and essence. Grace is looser and freer while Frankie, in a way, tries to get her on track. This is amazing. It's wonderful to see how their friendship has evolved so much over the seasons. As always, because they are protagonists, they stand out from the rest. This is a great merit. Sol Bergstein (Sam Waterston) and Robert Hanson (Martin Sheen) are put in a situation that will result in more love and trust. They did not have many changes in personality and dynamics, but it is still quite interesting to follow their dialogues. In the plot of the children, there were small noticeable changes, but not the supporting role. Brianna Hanson (June Diane Raphael) and Barry (Peter Cambor) make a very interesting couple here. They have doubts and insecurities hidden behind well-placed jokes on the scene. Coyote Bergstein (Ethan Embry) continues to see a very basic but captivating and funny character. I love him to tell the truth. Mallory Hanson (Brooklyn Decker), like Coyote, remains the basic and interesting character to follow. Nwabudike Bergstein (Baron Vaughn) and Allison (Lindsey Craft) just married, they are kind of left out in some way and their plots didn't captivate me so much. Nick (Peter Gallagher), since last season I have a much less love for him, but this season the hatred for him reigned. A very incredible and pleasant season to spend time and learn a little about the life of the elderly.
  • Mar 08, 2020
    Best season of them all....never laughed so hard. Ending was absolutely perfect. Great job everyone.... With only one final season left, am hoping it'll be amazing. I'm going to miss the gals and the guys.
  • Mar 03, 2020
    Great show and wonderful acting by all. Love Fonda and Tomlin they look like they really love each other. Their characters are so perfectly acted. All seasons were perfect, though hard to outdo the first one. Keep it going!
  • Feb 03, 2020
    I continue to love the show, which is overall a delightful display of keeping family bonds, while fighting for one's voice and individuality. It also shutters some glass ceilings regarding the limitations we face as we age. While not perfect, it felt very raw, particularly because every character had a strong sense of personality. Since I valued this aspect so much, I found the 6th season disappointing. The characters are often times unrecognisable, as they face some plot twists that feel awkward, forced, and hurried. We may be able to see some new sides of the characters in this way, however consistency should not be sacrificed to the point that you're asking whether these are the same people you followed through for five years. I guess it is a matter of degree. If the nature of the events were as shocking as the characters' responses seemed to indicate, maybe it wouldn't have felt as shallow.
  • Feb 03, 2020
    Timely, truthful, and heartfelt, and complimented by utter hilarity. Grace and Frankie's sixth season takes the necessary risks to help maintain its fresh and vibrant aura, but the magnetic chemistry of its elaborate, talented cast (both veteran and freshman) and the relentless cultivation of pleasantly unpredictable, juicy character-driven storylines is the real reason why we tune in time and time again to watch this family go about their business — especially Fonda and Tomlin, who are just irresistible! Iroh's grade: B+
  • Feb 02, 2020
    I've really enjoyed watching this show since the first season, but despite the wonderful actors the Season Six story line felt forced and a bit silly. The characters were required to act out of character over and over again, and there were lots of lazy writing shortcuts in order to set up new dynamics for the final season. Overall it was disappointing.
  • Jan 26, 2020
    Grace and Frankie son tan increíbles como antes y nos siguen motivando a creer que nunca es tarde para ser feliz. Además de que logran sacar a la señora que llevamos dentro para hacernos sentir felices porque ya se pueden levantar del sofa
  • Jan 24, 2020
    Frankie is psychotic and therefore not funny. The movie "Morgan" had a similar situation, but Morgan's psychosis allowed his character to develop. Every time I see Lily Tomlin's skin stretched face, I shudder.
  • Jan 20, 2020
    Continues to delight! Great comedic voices - wish the show could go on forever
  • Jan 20, 2020
    It is so pity that it has lost all things that made me fall in love with this show (season 6). Brianna is not funny, Frankie is not crazy and all other it is just a boredome festival. Whole story is boring but Robert & Sol's plot is painfully boring. Pity and shame :(.

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