This is it. We’ve reached the season finale of Will Forte’s post-apocalyptic gag fest. We’ve met a handful of interesting characters along the way, in a season that has had its ups and downs.
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Role reversals and line deliveries hit the target this week as “The Last Man On Earth” nears the end of the season.
Late in the season, the series manages to kick back with solid laughs. This is what we’ve been promised.
The series progresses in unpredictable ways, while reminding us of why we’re watching.
While still remaining funny, this week’s episodes were in favor of cringe humor over character development.
Ian Flemming’s iconic spy has influenced a number of projects since he first hit the screen.
An outstanding cast saves one note jokes, but what is the longevity of the series?
You would be shocked to see which songs were released before the films that we equate them with.
The series strikes back with a knockout episode that kept me laughing hard.
A point of view on the revealed plans of a “Ghostbusters” franchise.
While not as engaging as last week’s episodes, it provides a base for a bright future.
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A winning combination of the partnership of Lord and Miller with Will Forte leads to a surprising comedy pilot.