This is one of a handful of modern series that effectively tear apart the line between comedy and drama. Jeffrey Tambor rightly captured much attention for his portrayal of Mora Weiferman, who starts at the age of seventy on her transgender journey from Mort – to the extent that her three adult children are traumatized. But this original Amazon series is not just a story of Maura; it comes to a whole family of supposed adults all still trying to figure out who they really are.
The setting we’ve seen before: A piece of a period (the eighties this time) around a working-class child landing a job at Ritzy Country Club. But it was rarely successful. Red Oaks mix well rounded characters with amazing plot twists. Craig Roberts plays David, an ambitious young tennis coach. Paul Riser does some of his best work as a member of the club that takes David under his wing.
This is the main contender for a disaster for the title of the funniest program on TV. Julia Louis Dreyfus (Vice President Selena Meyer) and Sikh Washington are not for its policy but because of its fragile arrogance and malfunctioning job. Characters throw the most horrible and fun insults on each other non-stop.
Not all gags in this tumultuous British comedy action, but there are so many of them that the fire rate is hardly important. The Green Pavilion is located in a hospital where workers are less concerned with medicine than with each other. UK TV fans will see many familiar faces in the big cast. John Oliver even makes a short appearance in the pilot episode.
Excursion from Conchords
A horrible, desperate New Zealand musician tries to do in New York. Brett Mackenzie and Jimin Clement star in the duet whose talent is only overlooked by a lack of common sense. An escape from Conchords is so bent that the frontier is surreal. Note. Exciting music videos.