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It's a bittersweet program and as [Josh] Thomas perfects the sitcom form, season four might just be enough to dignify this critically under-appreciated format in Australia.
The show's joyfulness is due as much to its confident aesthetic sensuousness as to its subject matter.
Please Like Me, whose fourth season quietly made its American debut on Hulu last week, realizes the potential of the post-Friends hangout even better than its abundant stateside peers.
Only one episode has been released so far, but it's already clear the series is keeping up that incredibly high standard from season three.
This show will stick with you in the best way possible, and make you think about and appreciate your loved ones in new light.
If season four is indeed the shows last it will have gone out on a high note, genuinely capturing the awkward shift between young adult and still figuring it out and should have figured it out by now adult.
Please Like Me has grown into a delightfully assured series that skirts the line between being a "gay show" and "a show about gay people," without really seeing either of those things as necessary labels to be boxed in by.
Audience Reviews for Please Like Me: Season 4
Aug 06, 2017Hilarious and heartbreaking, Season 4 is possibly the best season of this Please Like Me. Hannah has some absolute zingers this season. I genuinely laughed out loud so many times and was absolutely heartbroken by this season.
May 17, 2017I absolutely loved this show. the characters grow so much. I'm really gonna miss them
Dec 24, 2016This is legitimately my favourite show in the world
Nov 25, 2016Please Like Me is one of the most beautiful pieces of writing I have ever seen. All at once it is funny, sad, poignant, real, searing and eventually uplifting. I am full of admiration of Josh Thomas' work. The first three seasons took you to the depths of human experience, fear, worry, doubt but always resolved itself by ultimately focussing on human dignity. I am hoping season 4 will be the same, that the journey through the gamut of unpleasant insides we all have and which Thomas so painfully bares for us all to see will evolve once again into finding that place where we are all bound together and can see beauty in our human predicament.