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By Martin Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 12+

Wealth is complicated in flat class comedy.

TV Comedy 2022
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This series is a mess of contradictions: It's a class comedy that refuses to acknowledge the harmful side of massive wealth. The set-up promises an intriguing conflict between a woman whose whole life is insulated by money and her newfound desire to use her position to benefit others, but doesn't follow through. It boasts a deep, diverse all-star cast but then never acknowledges race or diversity (beyond repeating that Molly Novak is "the third richest woman in America"). And most frustratingly, it tries to be a Ted Lasso-esque, feel-good comedy where everyone's heart is in the right place, never realizing that's in direct conflict with the show's actual premise.

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