Sweet/Vicious: Season 1 (2016)


Critic Consensus: Fearless and fun, Sweet/Vicious shines light on the dark corners of rape culture for a refreshingly comedic, prescient series.


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Air date: Nov 15, 2016
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All Critics (18) | Top Critics (6)

There's a core of Tarantino-esque fun and excitement to the action.

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For all its silliness, it's also unflinching.

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Sweet/Vicious is here to shine a disinfecting light on all that trash, even if all it gets is this single season.

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The series is light and fun without being frivolous. [Full Review in Spanish]

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Sweet/Vicious is the Teen Vogue of liberal TV - frequently judged and inevitably dismissed because of its appearance, but for those willing to listen, it's nirvana.

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Sweet/Vicious is escapism that doesn't let you escape, and even if that doesn't sound like fun, it really is.

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It's what the best stories can be: current and daring.

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Sweet/Vicious is actively trying to dispel tropes about female sexuality on multiple fronts, and it already feels like they're one step ahead of so many people in the game.

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Political and social issues aside, this happens to be the most entertaining and nuanced show MTV currently has to offer.

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It's refreshingly well-written and it doesn't sugarcoat.

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Audience Reviews for Sweet/Vicious: Season 1

Remember when MTV had music videos? Me neither. MTV sank even lower when they think this SJW trash is acceptable.


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