The modest success of Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays

From Scott Stinson of the National Post:

  • Stinson on the modest success of CBC’s Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays
    All of which makes the inability of Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays to draw strong viewership numbers somewhat daunting. The series, which follows the relationship between a psychiatrist (Bob Martin) and his social-anxiety-disorder client (Matt Watts), is simply the best new comedy of the fall season, on any network, Canadian or otherwise. It is smart, dryly funny and — its most interesting feature — emotionally deep. Read more.
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2 thoughts on “The modest success of Michael: Tuesdays & Thursdays”

  1. Re: “best new comedy of the fall season, on any network, Canadian or otherwise”

    That remark is funnier than the show itself.

  2. Disagree – you have to understand reality the way it is as opposed to most TV shows which are either fantasy or mostly unreal. Michael on the other hand is about a real life situation and depicts what sufferers, and there are plenty of those, endure. So, lets appreciate the emotions, the inner feel put in a comic manner and also beautiful Ottawa along with the overall making of this series, which is why it is the best comedy of the season!

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