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A dark comedy series that probes the secret life of a type of woman we all grew up believing we knew: the sitcom wife. Alternating between single-camera realism and multi-camera comedy, the formats will inform one another as we imagine what happens when the sitcom wife escapes her confines and takes the lead in her own life.
The stark mashing together of styles immediately succeeds in bringing a human element to comedies centered around misogyny, though that win may have been achieved too quickly for the high-concept series to hold any water down the road.
Things might get even more interesting if Kevin steps off the sitcom stage at some point and has his own single-camera storyline. Maybe there's something deep and disturbing lurking behind that man-child exterior.
Murphy, so endearing on Schitt's Creek as Alexis, is critical to the success of the show. She makes you root for Allison as she begins to shake off a lifetime of passivity and humiliation. Inboden, too, is a big plus.