Thursday, September 30, 2021

Insecure Final Season Preview


Issa Rae and HBO are back with the trailer for the final season of her smash hit series Insecure...

10 comments:

Unknown said...

I have never watched a single episode of this series. It looks too weird, desperate, and out of touch. I get that there are awkward, weird, black girls with unconventional interests and love lives, but, this show ain't it. Also, the writing is pretty bad. I cringe at how many black shows have horrible writing, directing, and acting. I just don't understand how so many of our "black excellence" is getting passed up for these garbage black tv shows? It almost feels intentional that Hollywood puts on the least talented of our demographic for major opportunities smdh.

NiyabinghiObeahWomanWarrior said...

No shade to throw on this beautiful melanated cast of quirky people, who are very close to what the actual reality of life is, if only people would be their true authentic self, instead of trying to fit in with the sheeps.

Anonymous said...

@unknown...first sentence is you havent watched the show so the rest of your sentences are based off what? You have zero knowledge to form an opinion hello?

The show is really dope to me I've watched every season and I'm looking forward to the finale.

Anonymous said...

I never watched either. I'm sure she will move on to her next project and I will see her acting skills.

SnookumsLynn said...

I like the show, it's nice to see black folks being regular on TV, not drug dealing or some other stereotypical broke black life shit, just regular - I hope this season brings it

ms mac said...

It started to go downhill after Season 2 for me and became porn-lite by Season 4. But I'm glad they've decided to bow out gracefully. Overall the acting isn't the worst I've seen, although Issa gets a solid 4/10. Yvonne and the rest of the cast fare much better and did a good job of not overdoing it. I can also appreciate how they didn't focus on complete ratchetness all the time. They actually tackled some important issues like mental illness and hateration in the workplace without being too preachy or in your face about it. I also like how they represented a nice diversity of Black folks of all shapes, sizes and hues. I wouldn't go as far as to label it black excellence but kudos to them for stepping out there, doing it well and doing it differently.

Anonymous said...

@10:38
Exactly!!
How someone gonna say they have never seen a single episode then proceed to trash everything about it????
The Hate is Real!!!

Anonymous said...

@ 10:10 For someone who has never watched a single episode, you sure do have a lot of opinions about it.

ttt said...

Love the show and will miss it!!!

Ramon said...

12:23 Stopped watching after Season 2 as well. Hate to see Africans or Caribbeans play a ratchet version of Foundational Black Americans on TV.

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