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Reviewing "Review", the darkest comedy on television

Life — it’s literally all we have. But is it any good? I’m a reviewer, but I don’t review food, books nor movies; I review life itself.

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Comedy Central’s ‘Review’ Might Be The Darkest Show On TV (And The Funniest, Too)

There’s this magic trick that Comedy Central’s Review does, and for the life of me I can’t figure out how the show does it. Review  788 more words


Review Season 2: A Five Star Review

A lot of critics have been raving about Review this year and it is hard to blame them. The darkness of the comedy this season has gone to levels that we don’t recall seeing on a TV comedy ever before. 837 more words


Our Favorite Andy Daly Moments from Season 2 of Review [Sponsored]

As Season 2 of Comedy Central’s irony-laden Review draws to a close, we look back at some of our favorite moments from sad-sack “life reviewer” Forrest MacNeil — perfectly portrayed by comedian… 380 more words

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How To Live Your Life More Like Forrest MacNeil From 'Review'

If you were given the opportunity to host a TV show where you review (or assess) life experiences, would you take it? I guess it depends on how much you’re like Forrest MacNeil and how much you want to be like him. 698 more words


Forrest's Love Interests On 'Review,' Ranked By The Personal Tragedy He Caused Them

Comedy Central’s Review is, largely, a show about a man destroying himself for art. Its main character, Forrest MacNeil (played by noted genius Andy Daly), is so dedicated to his job of reviewing life experiences for television that he is willing to upend his entire life and put himself at risk of great physical harm to complete his tasks. 1,200 more words


TVLine's Performer of the Week: Review's Andy Daly


THE SHOW | Review

THE EPISODE | “Buried Alive/6 Star Review/Public Speaking” (Sept. 10, 2015)

THE PERFORMANCE | As Review life critic Forrest MacNeil, Daly is making one of TV’s biggest jackasses a lovable sad-sack with whom you can almost empathize, thanks in part to the character’s unmatched naiveté. 657 more words

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