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By Martin Brown, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 17+

British comedy about bisexuality is for mature viewers only.

TV HBO Comedy 2018
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This series uses a couple of sitcom staples -- the office comedy and the family comedy -- to set up something more interesting and complicated as it explores Sally's curiosity about her sexuality. No one here is particularly likable. Sally (Catherine Shepherd) is extremely passive in her day-to-day life. Her fiancé, David (Alex Macqueen), exists only as a bundle of weird noises and sexual neuroses. And Emma (Julia Davis) quickly reveals herself to be a manipulative, stunted adolescent. It's supposed to be a cringe-comedy, and early on it feels like the show is pushing too hard for those cringes. That said, the premise is unique and important, and -- like its title character -- Sally4Ever has plenty of room and time to find itself.

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