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Graves is billed as a "dramedy," but its comedic beats to often are out of rhythm.
Whether you're with her or want to make America great again, Graves is the timely political comedy you didn't know you needed to see.
Graves is more optimistic than Veep and far more low-key than Scandal, and its aided in its ambitions by a fantastic cast.
Just try not to cringe when the washed-up and self-pitying POTUS goes rogue with a pot-smoking waitress (Callie Hernandez) and has an epiphany that he must now atone for his many political sins. Which I assume includes mugging.
In its moments, Graves can be quite persuasive, even moving. (It can be corny too, but corn can work.)
You probably need to be left-leaning or at least politically neutral to enjoy the new Epix comedy Graves, which begins Sunday, though really everybody should savor Nick Nolte's performance in it. The guy was born to be a growly old man.
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