I’m just going to go ahead and say it: IFC’s Brockmire is the most socio-politically aware and emotionally evolved show on television. A bold claim, I know, but it’s one that I am more than happy to defend. Besides being responsible for some of the most cleverly crass jokes and monologues of all time, Brockmire also has been a painfully human journey through some of the darkest moments that the ever-conflicted fictional baseball announcer for which the series is named has ever gone. In its fourth and final season, the evolution of the charismatic man in the plaid blazer is complete.
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