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If you need a break from the awfulness of the world, Lady Dynamite is here
There's a touch of that-which-doesn't-kill-you-will-make-you-funnier. There's also the occasional sense that she's working through something so painful, so intimate, that the only way to avoid the abyss is to confront it head-on.
Kookily innovative in its storytelling and style, it all makes its own kind of divine sense, while upholding a weird spiritual optimism.
It resists bingeing-the show is exhausting, in the great way that certain comedy makes you feel worked up and giddy and overwrought.
Lady Dynamite is a deeply personal work, in plot as well as sensibility.
Clearly, Lady Dynamite, which was co-created by Pam Brady (South Park) and Mitchell Hurwitz (Arrested Development), has lost none of its fearlessness or flair for the ridiculous.
Lady Dynamite takes itself to newly unhinged narrative and stylistic places. It remains a refreshing and unmistakable sitcom
The show is so clever that it even references Netflix itself in the look of the logo for the production company that produces Maria's futuristic show.
In its second season, the show remains brightly colored and brittle and funny and kind of exhausting.
Audience Reviews for Lady Dynamite: Season 2
Sep 17, 2018as annoying as season 1
Jun 03, 2018Consistently belly-laugh funny and absurd as all hell. I love this show. Just as good as Season 1. Again, brilliant show.
Nov 27, 2017funny so funny! Amazing and smart! Please more seasons!!