Some Questions About ‘Here and Now,’ Which I Cannot Stop Thinking About | The Ringer

Alison Herman: 

Based on the four episodes I’ve seen, Here and Now is a bizarre and puzzling cluster of decisions that rapidly coalesce into a glorious mess. Still, Here and Now is a mess I can’t stop thinking about, which gives it an automatic boost over the reams of identical auteur comedies and true crime dramas that populate the prestige tier of Peak TV. There are thousands of choices involved in getting any TV series to air, let alone a drama on a notoriously picky platform like HBO. Here and Now makes so many inexplicable ones that sussing out the reason behind them, or lack thereof, is its own kind of suspense—maybe not the kind Ball was looking for, but an effective kind nonetheless.

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