While it is tempting to portray such evil men as caricatures of evil, the reality is that they were rather complex characters who sometimes managed to do some good.
It is less a comedian trying to convince you with their side of the argument and more your educated, left-leaning friend discussing the world’s problems with you over coffee.
“Killing Eve” blends the sensibility of British drama with the mordant humor of British comedy, and the result is simply spectacular.
The show is trying way too hard to stand out and shake up the convention of the murder mystery genre.
Despite all its absurdity, “Skins,” at the very least, is entertaining from start to finish (excluding season seven).
As nice as it would be to separate the politics of the show from its ability to entertain, that is just not possible.
“Sets are usually fast-paced, but on this one there was a lot of joking, there were a lot of smiles and it was a pretty fun and youthful environment.”
The Daily had the opportunity to speak with Bill Hader and Alec Berg, the show’s co-creators, writers and, in Hader’s case, the star.
Williams is an exceptional interviewer who’s able to quickly establish a rapport with each of his subjects — whether they be a distinguished researcher or a seventh grader in Newark.
While Morgan reaches his buoyant and insightful best at points in the premiere, the show’s fast and jarring pace makes for a somewhat uncomfortable watch.