With a wild Taika-tinged swagger, Reservation Dogs arrives as a fully formed concept - giving a sharp caricature of contemporary native culture with buckets of wit, personality and sincerity. The whole ensemble here are remarkable, and it feels tremendously fresh. In its efforts to cram everything in right out the gate (or perhaps due to circumstances during filming) there are an abnormal amount of "bottle episodes" that confound the central narrative drive a little. Something other comedies may have only felt confident doing in their third of fourth series - but Rez Dogs has few contemporaries and the characters are easily strong enough to make this otherwise alienating move work. It also feels a little breathless with references, but when this is the first proper stab at authentic representation for millions of people who have been culturally sidelined on TV since the invention of the medium you can't blame the creative team for having a lot to say. Legitimately can't wait for more.