Critic Consensus: grown-ish quickly works through its growing pains to establish itself as its own socially aware show with a fresh perspective on the college experience, driven by the charming and capable Yara Shahidi.
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It's a diverse group and a talented one. Many series with young casts filled with new faces have at least one weak spot, but like Dear White People before it, this college comedy seems to have put together one helluva squad.
It's truly the flaws of the characters that make the show worthwhile.
The effect is nicely confiding rather than jarring. Funny and sometimes surprisingly dramatic, Grown-ish feels both like a hit and like an artistic success.
While we did enjoy the embarrassing drunk stories to the relatable late registration of classes, there's something that feels like it's missing. It's still trying to find its voice.
FreeForm has mastered the art of telling young adult stories. The network doesn't operate under the premise that teens aren't dealing with some of the same issues that grownups are....it's clear that this is also the case for grown-ish.
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