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In the Long Run

By Marty Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 15+

Subtly charming and timely immigration comedy has drinking.

TV Starz Comedy 2019
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Like many British comedies, this immigrant story is a low-key charmer. It doesn't jump out as being particularly funny, but it tells an important story and develops characters that are worth caring about. And those characters are types that don't typically get seen on television; they're immigrants who struggle with mundane but vital aspects of life in England -- work, health, and family. Families who enjoy British TV and are open to a different kind of story might find a solid pick in this series.

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