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Among a satire and amusing atmosphere, this animation series follows a family who live and work at Central Park. At some point, they end up face a difficulty and they need to solve it to spare the park and the world.
Central Park prefers to view its location as an uncomplicated oasis, and I think Bouchard and company are capable of something more nuanced... After watching four, though, I'm ready for a full-season binge and for a soundtrack.
Central Park brings together a murderer's row of actors, musicians, and writers, and it might work by the time its first season is fully wrapped up. But four episodes in, Central Park is a big swing that hasn't connected.
Daveed Diggs as Betsy's clinical assistant Helen who steals every scene that he is in. It is a hilariously written character, but Diggs' performance is so delicately detailed that it's hard not to pay attention in the few moments that Helen is on screen.
It is full of all-caps JOY, no doubt. But it knows that joy comes with work, comes with practice, comes with yearning, comes with reckoning. And it's got the catchy tunes and thensome to prove its point.
Every one of the songs in the first four episodes are wonderful, and catchy, and the Hamilton influence would be clear even if Leslie Odom wasn't the star of the show. You'll have the tunes in your head after you watch.