Polished and perceptive though it can often be, the series only really scratches the surface level of its own potential.
The limited series competently, if not always vibrantly, explores the delicate relationship between criminality and culpability.
The series leans into the absurdity of trying to find creative expression in an industry that’s in a perpetual state of reinvention.
The limited series, directed by Danny Boyle, invariably captures the fervent vibe of these oversexed, under-prepared rockers.
Blending the mundane with the macabre, the true-crime series prefers to examine how lives are lived rather than how a life was lost.
In its final season, Better Things continues to explore all the messy and meaningful ways that women reevaluate and rediscover themselves.