Critic Consensus: Funny without being obnoxious, Looking provides authentic situations that feel universal with its subtle details and top-notch performances.
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Looking is a good show. It will reward viewers who can hang on beyond the first episode and can adapt to its much slower pace and more naturalistic shooting style.
For a show that in so many ways feels new, Looking is invitingly mellow -- it doesn't set out to define gay life in 2014, but in trusting its characters and the different paths they're on, captures a sense of how the world has and continues to change.
If this were just another comedy about straight singles, it would be forgettable, but the rare concentration on gay men makes it worth checking out.
In some ways he's [Patrick] the stabilizing force of Looking. And in other ways the loose cannon. He's also very likable, which is still a key element in most TV series.
If representation is important, Looking is doing some important representing. But what elevates Looking above being a "symbol of serious progress," is that it is not content to be just that.
Audience Reviews for Looking: Season 1
The new generation of Queer as Folk, Looking a realistic look at the lives of gay men in San Francisco, each of them filled with their own dreams and ambition. It has tongue in cheek humour without being vulgar, a very clever comedy with relatable characters and a fine cast.
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