Critic Consensus: No Tomorrow is a gentle, easy to digest rom-com that serves up a strong supporting cast, charming lead performances, and a hefty dose of fun.
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Either way this is a fun, light romp for the romantics out there who aren't bothered by a little old thing like the end of the world.
The title sounds grim, and grim is the last thing we need these days. But cheer up! No Tomorrow is actually a charming, lighthearted comedy-drama about living to the fullest, no matter when the end might come.
Casting makes all the difference in this show based on a Brazilian format. Anderson and Sasse have chemistry to spare in the bewitching premiere. She displays a delightful quirkiness, and he acts a dashing role effortlessly.
Anderson is quite good in the lead role, though, and Sasse nicely upholds his half of the equation. But No Tomorrow decidedly is not a step-up from either Crazy Ex-Girlfriend or Jane the Virgin. Nor is it in the same league.
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