TV

NOSELL

Plenty of TV shows have mundane plots and fill the normality of the subject matter with humor. Yet, “LA to Vegas” failed.

NOSELL

The most refreshing aspect of “Lovesick,” and especially with this season, is that the subject matter is so utterly real and unapologetically honest. Underneath all of its whip-smart dialogue and zany cringe comedy, there is such heart within each character and their relationships to one another.

NOSELL

One of the show's most prominent weaknesses is its jumbled and zig-zagging plot.

NOSELL

Few shows on TV are as original, funny, thought-provoking and deserving of more viewers as “The Good Place.”

NOSELL

Expect to get hit with random and weird scenes, like that of a man in a giant squid costume getting paid a visit by a hooker.

NOSELL

The singularity of the stories makes every movement succinct, yet necessary; every conversation fleeting, yet memorable; every painful sequence short, yet powerful.

NOSELL

After years of villains pulling nasty — and often unpredictable — moves, shouldn’t the team know better?

NOSELL

In a series where life is so overwhelmingly crazy, “Getting Over Jeff” was the most normal episode yet.

NOSELL

Glazer and Jacobson obviously no longer have to worry about the same financial concerns which continue to plague the on-screen characters — yet the show never forgets the characters’ humble beginnings. In the “Broad City” universe, friendship, not money, is the most powerful tool for getting anything done.

NOSELL

Foy’s acting in particular portrays just how much pressure she faces on a daily basis, acting as a figurehead of an institution that is increasingly seen as outdated and archaic.