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By Kari Croop, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 16+

Quirky suicide support group drama neither good nor helpful.

TV Starz Drama 2010
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The best quirky funny show I miss it !

This is an odd topic and also soothing .... It's a kinda dark comedy so sad it's gone ... You can watch it free on TubiTV that's how I found it ... I don't want to give a lot away ... It's Deffo one of the best series I've seen in ages

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There's a palpable silence in this pitch-black Starz drama about a group of suicide survivors who would rather be dead. But it's the kind of silence that comes from sub-par writing and awkward pacing rather than purposeful tension or riveting performances. Writer-director-producer Schaeffer (who previously penned a short-lived series about recovering bulemics, anorexics, and binge-eaters) clearly loves his cast of odd, damaged characters -- and his own role as a creepy cop who steals suspects' panties and totes his glock to yoga.

But for the rest of us, the end result is DOA.

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