Inside Amy Schumer: Season 4 Reviews

  • Jul 04, 2021

    I'm sorry, wasn't it supposed to be a comedy? Never felt like it. I would love to look in the eyes of a person who thought that investing in this would e a good idea

    I'm sorry, wasn't it supposed to be a comedy? Never felt like it. I would love to look in the eyes of a person who thought that investing in this would e a good idea

  • Oct 15, 2019

    I did try to watch, it's just that she's not funny.

    I did try to watch, it's just that she's not funny.

  • Feb 21, 2018

    Another left extremist with no talent, Amy fails in both appearance and credibility

    Another left extremist with no talent, Amy fails in both appearance and credibility

  • Jun 20, 2016

    What made Amy Schumer's show so appealing when it started were her fresh and clever perspectives on feminism, femininity, and modern society's attitudes toward women. Amy cast herself as someone our culture finds relatively overweight and unattractive compared to other female celebrities; an outsider able to skewer our collective notions of what women should and should not be while being both likable and relatable. Season 4 finds Amy fresh off a hit movie, her own exposure growing daily, and trying to come to grips with presenting the humorous aspects of how her life is changing. So far the new stories presented by Hollywood insider Amy aren't that funny and she too often falls back on female anatomy jokes that fail to deliver the same level of transgressive humor she seemed to be able to roll out at will. While I think what is happening to Amy is more akin to the direction Eddie Murphy's career took (supremely talented and funny person that began choosing bad material) as opposed to the fate that befell Chevy Chase (a seemingly talented person who just seemed to cease being funny), I think Amy is savvy enough to read the tea leaves and get back to using her unique insight in ways that will make us all consistently laugh again.

    What made Amy Schumer's show so appealing when it started were her fresh and clever perspectives on feminism, femininity, and modern society's attitudes toward women. Amy cast herself as someone our culture finds relatively overweight and unattractive compared to other female celebrities; an outsider able to skewer our collective notions of what women should and should not be while being both likable and relatable. Season 4 finds Amy fresh off a hit movie, her own exposure growing daily, and trying to come to grips with presenting the humorous aspects of how her life is changing. So far the new stories presented by Hollywood insider Amy aren't that funny and she too often falls back on female anatomy jokes that fail to deliver the same level of transgressive humor she seemed to be able to roll out at will. While I think what is happening to Amy is more akin to the direction Eddie Murphy's career took (supremely talented and funny person that began choosing bad material) as opposed to the fate that befell Chevy Chase (a seemingly talented person who just seemed to cease being funny), I think Amy is savvy enough to read the tea leaves and get back to using her unique insight in ways that will make us all consistently laugh again.

  • Jun 18, 2016

    Not funny anymore. Honestly, some of it is just offensive to women. For example a female president can do her job on her period? How is that feminist or funny?

    Not funny anymore. Honestly, some of it is just offensive to women. For example a female president can do her job on her period? How is that feminist or funny?

  • Jun 10, 2016

    Horrible compared to the first 3 seasons.

    Horrible compared to the first 3 seasons.

  • May 27, 2016

    It really is remarkable how steep a cliff a "groundbreaking" show can swan dive off when they finally have to be original. It's been unequivocally proven that the starlet is a hack joke thief and sketches have been reproduced nearly line-for-line and shot-by-shot. Now they have to come up with legitimately unique premises.. and wow.. it STINKS. I can't wait to see her polygraph test episode that she promised to prove that she's never lifted things exactly from other comedians. She's so brave. And by brave I mean just awful. Please go away.

    It really is remarkable how steep a cliff a "groundbreaking" show can swan dive off when they finally have to be original. It's been unequivocally proven that the starlet is a hack joke thief and sketches have been reproduced nearly line-for-line and shot-by-shot. Now they have to come up with legitimately unique premises.. and wow.. it STINKS. I can't wait to see her polygraph test episode that she promised to prove that she's never lifted things exactly from other comedians. She's so brave. And by brave I mean just awful. Please go away.

  • May 26, 2016

    There are a lot of "parallel thinking" happenings in this show. Whatever's seemingly original fails to communicate any distinguishable message.

    There are a lot of "parallel thinking" happenings in this show. Whatever's seemingly original fails to communicate any distinguishable message.

  • May 19, 2016

    It's still very, very funny, but not MUST WATCH hilarious. Perhaps the celebrity backlash agsint her is affecting other people's opinions, but when I watch this show I still feel all fuzzy and happy.

    It's still very, very funny, but not MUST WATCH hilarious. Perhaps the celebrity backlash agsint her is affecting other people's opinions, but when I watch this show I still feel all fuzzy and happy.

  • May 15, 2015

    Amy needs a new promoter. Mike Berkowitz doesn't have a clue!! I attempted to contact Mark to discuss my concerns, but his response was totally inappropriate and immature. (You can contact Mark at mberkowitz@apanewyork.com) If her commercials are any reflection of her latest season, I am totally NOT INTERESTED! Frankly, she is being depicted as a whore and not just a "risque comedian" (as she formerly excelled with).

    Amy needs a new promoter. Mike Berkowitz doesn't have a clue!! I attempted to contact Mark to discuss my concerns, but his response was totally inappropriate and immature. (You can contact Mark at mberkowitz@apanewyork.com) If her commercials are any reflection of her latest season, I am totally NOT INTERESTED! Frankly, she is being depicted as a whore and not just a "risque comedian" (as she formerly excelled with).