All three sisters are women of color and the fact that Mel is openly gay is less of a plotline than a simple detail.
This is truly painful to watch.
Alongside the scent of espresso and ink, you discover new books, new ideas, new journeys to embark on.
It’s a “Three’s Company”-esque concept, and one that thrives when the three main characters are working in harmony.
“Arrested Development” is a cult classic that critics love, fans worship and everyone questions a little bit.
Yes, there are endless possibilities when it comes to basing a show off an airplane. “Manifest” takes advantage of none of them.
Hair can show us where we came from, unifying families through a set of ginger heads or tight ringlets.
Every show has its kinks to work out in its first season, and “I Feel Bad” isn’t immune to that.
The deconstructed nature of the show falls flat, and feels more like an unfinished production that was rushed to air.
It is almost unsettling in the way a horror movie is: Even when everything feels right, you can’t help feel that something is about to go horribly wrong.