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Tuca & Bertie (2019)

Instead of focusing on the downward spiral of Game of Thrones, which honestly would never live up to the hype when the source material dried up. Characters have made a lot of mistakes, yet, it's not until we need them dead that they're gone, like Thanos snapping, but without the impact. Oy again, let's not talk about Game of Thrones! Let's talk about a female lead Tuca & Bertie an animated Netflix show by Lisa Hanawalt (producer of BoJack Horseman) with Tiffany Haddish (Tuca) and Ali Wong (Bertie).

Tuca and Bertie are best friends; Tuca is the free-spirited, messy sort of person, while Bertie is the responsible one of the pair trying to establish herself as an adult. It also feels frightfully relevant as they are thirty-somethings still trying to figure out life. Relatable, much? I guess. Besides figuring out life the show also takes up topics that any chick can relate to (yes, pun intended). It's just good to see a show that's about female relationships t…

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