When it comes to TV, I'm more about comedies than crime shows. But I just found something that's gives me some of that "whodunit" thing in the comedic font that I prefer all my entertainment be "written" in, so to speak. I'm talking about Apple TV+'s The Afterparty, which follows a group of former high school reunion-goers getting interrogated for the murder of a celebrity ex-classmate who was killed during a reunion afterparty at his plush cliffside home. I know, it doesn't sound hilarious, but wait until you meet these people. Also, I need to mention that The Afterparty is already a multi-platform wonder. The first episode was available to all on YouTube, a live watch party for the premiere actually made Twitter a fun place to be for a couple hours and I've seen at least one music video by the dead guy on Vevo.
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