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I May Destroy You
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The show is a mixed bag. I've watched episodes 1-4. 1 and 3 are interesting and worth seeing; 2 and 4 are not.
The Sinner Season 1 was so good. Season 2 was not as good, but entertaining. Season 3 is horrible. The entire premise of The Sinner is someone who does something very bad at the beginning but then we start to understand why. Not so much here. Watched three episodes and then just decided to skip to the last one. My advice: Just skip the whole season altogether.
A really great show about two sisters in downtown L.A. navigating family traumas, Chicano politics, and LGBT issues. Done with humor and flair. The leads are great.
Seasons 2 and 3 are some of the best TV I have seen. Just gripping.
Probably one of the more realistic love stories out there! The characters are hilarious and have great chemistry. Just a fun, good show.
Funny and irreverent. Phoebe Waller-Bridge kills it.
There are about three plots in this show. I think it could have lost one of them (the most tangential one) and the show would have been better. But the ending makes the wait worthwhile, although loose strings remain...
As the tough but emotionally stunted detective, I like Gillian Anderson in this role even more than the X-Files.
There is one main reason this show is great: Olivia Colman. She makes this show a pleasure to watch. I actually wasn't guessing until the end, but I loved watching it anyway.
A cute love sorry that somehow manages to explore complex, dark subjects while simultaneously not taking itself too seriously.
The best love story I have seen in a long time, and the best depiction of the "first time" that I have seen ever. I wish parents would show this to young teenage boys. Also, major props to the charismatic leads, especially the actress, whose vulnerability is the show's main emotional center.
There aren't many shows that center on two strong, funny, charismatic female leads in their 40s, which is too bad. Their chemistry is undeniable and the show is a delight.
This show is a character study of how bad people can infect the ones around them. Interesting and engaging.