Reviewing “home-made” television productions during a global pandemic is somewhat like critiquing the networks’ traditional Upfront extravaganzas: Nothing should be said without first acknowledging that everyone involved has worked very hard and is doing the best they can under very demanding circumstances. The results almost always noteworthy. After at least seven weeks of self-isolation, TV (including broadcast and basic cable) is for millions of people more popular now than it has been in years. I’m not even including Netflix (nothing less than a godsend during this ordeal) and other streamers in that generalization.
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