Critic Consensus: As a quirky courtroom satire Trial & Error continues to delight, but its best motion may be allowing the singular Kristin Chenoweth to shine in all of her whimsically manic glory as the titular Lady, Killer.
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Unhinged at times, oddly thoughtful at others, Trial and Error is more than parody; it's a welcome wave of silliness.
That Trial & Error has managed to fly so under the radar seems like a bigger crime than the one being investigated on screen.
The result is another layer of whimsical nonsense added to the already delightful implausibility of the season's primary storyline.
The first five episodes screened were full of sharp and fun comedy, easily making the case for why Trial & Error should be added to your must-watch roster. Like Josh, you'll fall in love with East Peck enough to stick around.
Honestly, what more could you want in a show? If you didn't see the first season, it doesn't matter. The second season is a self-contained joy. A blissful and much needed escape. Tell all your brother cousins to watch.
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