You're the Worst: Season 4 Reviews

  • Dec 03, 2019

    From a pro-wrestling critic: You're the Worst is the greatest love story ever told.

    From a pro-wrestling critic: You're the Worst is the greatest love story ever told.

  • Oct 23, 2018

    Not as good as the last season.

    Not as good as the last season.

  • Dec 21, 2017

    Still good season. Insane how it came together.

    Still good season. Insane how it came together.

  • Dec 20, 2017

    The best comedy show right now. It's a shame no ones paying attention.

    The best comedy show right now. It's a shame no ones paying attention.

  • Nov 17, 2017

    A witty, funny and great show that is one the one hand one of the funniest shows and one the other hand it's so true when it comes to real life struggles with relationships and friends

    A witty, funny and great show that is one the one hand one of the funniest shows and one the other hand it's so true when it comes to real life struggles with relationships and friends

  • Nov 16, 2017

    Probably the weakest overall season for You're the Worst, as it's not quite as well-rounded, and also because this year deals with the breakup, so we don't see Jimmy and Gretchen together as much (face it, amidst the show's many merits, it's strongest has always been the chemistry that Aya Cash and Chris Geere have). Still, the laughs are big all season long, and it also gets progressively better. There's nothing here as impressive as the character-studies of previous seasons (i.e. Gretchen's depression or Edgar's PTSD), but there are still complex episodes, including a great standalone episode that features Zosia Mamet and ranks as a series best. A strong ending too, and next season appears ready to tackle yet another meaty topic: Engagement!

    Probably the weakest overall season for You're the Worst, as it's not quite as well-rounded, and also because this year deals with the breakup, so we don't see Jimmy and Gretchen together as much (face it, amidst the show's many merits, it's strongest has always been the chemistry that Aya Cash and Chris Geere have). Still, the laughs are big all season long, and it also gets progressively better. There's nothing here as impressive as the character-studies of previous seasons (i.e. Gretchen's depression or Edgar's PTSD), but there are still complex episodes, including a great standalone episode that features Zosia Mamet and ranks as a series best. A strong ending too, and next season appears ready to tackle yet another meaty topic: Engagement!

  • Oct 13, 2017

    It's lost its comedic edge and become just an odd drama.

    It's lost its comedic edge and become just an odd drama.

  • Oct 01, 2017

    Each season makes you both care and hate the very bad people in this show.

    Each season makes you both care and hate the very bad people in this show.

  • Sep 28, 2017

    amazing performance by the actors and great writing!

    amazing performance by the actors and great writing!

  • Sep 20, 2017

    Do not blame Jimmy, he will be a better man.

    Do not blame Jimmy, he will be a better man.