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I wish I had the literary skills to express just how much this show means to me, because High Maintenance is a truly wonderful show. From the clever writers to the artistic stage managers to the spunky cast members and extras (and everyone in between), this show does a terrific job at giving the viewer an intimate relationship to those remote, beautiful moments that life has. The kind of moments that are once in a blue moon, but give your life a whole new meaning. I hope there are many more episodes to come, because life, as I know it, wouldn't be as complete without it.
By far this series is one of the best of the decades long tv renaissance and to think it started as a web series! The guy is a likeable, ok loveable, empath who is beginning to let us into his own life this season. This show made me think that all is not lost with the uber gentrification of Brooklyn. It exposes us to a broad spectrum of situations and urban life by inviting us into the intimacy of their personal spaces and relationships. I've watched each season several times and the narratives do not tire. The structure has a picaresque feel, a surprise in store for where we as viewers will end up, and the writing and casting are so spot on.
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2019
There is something about this that reminds me of my favorite things in an Altman movie...loose, open, authentic. The format lets many characters take up residence. And you sense there life continues outside their segment. The weed is a minor player, but feels strangely of this moment.
I love this show. I laugh. I cry. It feels real and I love the characters. I also love that it shows people who would otherwise be classified as lazy, mean, stupid, etc. as being smart, empathetic, interesting people.
I can't believe I didn't know about this show. It is so funny and authentic. I love how the cameras follow The Guy all around New York on his bike, it's pure magic. Sometimes it reminds me of a storybook with all the different characters. You become fascinated with each one, and when one pops up again it's pretty exciting. I appreciate all the different people The Guy serves, and the political subtleties brought up (more pls). Hands down, one of my favorite shows I have ever seen.
I massively adore this show. I'm trying to spread the word because HBO haven't been promoting it at all and im scared that no one knows about it and it will get cancelled. don't let this show go. its the message the world needs right now.