This is a mostly quality dramedy on Hulu that focuses on a newly separated mother who has moved into her brother’s house with her daughter. The humor is uncomfortable and dark, but also quite effective in its rawness. It takes a few episodes to get rolling, but it gets better as the characters get fleshed out and their actions start to make sense.
Frances Conroy (probably best known for her roles as the older version of the maid, the angel of death, etc. in American Horror Story) swoops in as their free-spirited but also awful mother in an early episode and the true meat of the series really begins. I absolutely loved the whole thing but there is a lot to turn people off as well. Everyone is flawed to some degree and they fuck up enough to possibly not be very likable. I think this series is a slightly lesser version of Amazon’s Transparent, so if that didn’t do it for you then this may not either.
This was originally rolled out on a weekly basis, but all ten episodes are now in place for viewing.