Parents' Guide to

Thank You And Sorry

By Melissa Camacho, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 14+

Quirky docu-comedy combo examines musicians on tour.

TV Online Comedy 2015
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Half comedy, half documentary, each installment of this series offers an endearing blend of reality concert moments and semi-scripted funny sequences. Adding to the show's charm is Antonoff's deadpan-but-quirky personality, as well cameo appearances by folks like Colin Quinn, Rosie Perez, Sara Bareilles, and Lena Dunham.

It's a promotional vehicle for the band, and chances are that it will appeal more to its fans given the amount of time it dedicates to showcasing their music. Nonetheless, thanks to the characters featured here, the unique nature of the series makes for some entertaining viewing moments.

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