A new comedy series about a bachelor brother and his newly divorced sister living under one roof again. Together, they coach each other through the crazy world of dating while raising her teenage daughter.
Tara Lynne Barr
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Michael Ian Black,
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FX comedies have always been very hit or miss for me. Shows like "The League", "Always Sunny in Philadelphia", and "Louie" are all quirky in their own way and make for some great television. "Married" however leans more towards the mediocre list with shows like "Saint George" and "Anger Management". Nat Faxon and Judy Greer are the likable couple that the show revolves around, along with some oddball friend characters that only seem to exist to help fill up the 30 minute program. The weekly plot lines produce a few laughs you wouldn't see on network TV since FX can get away with some risky material, but overall each episode feels kind of empty and sporadic. Even the music score makes the show feel slow and depressing. I would be surprised if their was a 2nd season since there's nothing to keep most viewers interested in this show unfortunately.
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