Following follows the first two season.
Hader and Berg are just goofing around. But sort of like how professionals do, when they are so confident in their malleable world and three dimensional character. And with silly ideas thrown left and right, comes a responsibility to own those bizarre twists and turns, and sensible one liners. Bill Hader, the co-creator of the series is also in front of the screen procrastinating his doom to face the intense close calls, thought provoking moral dilemmas and well acting. What could have gone easily wrong is easily its finest asset. The arc of Hader, from being a non-performer to stay that way, is a whole new element that we get to encounter in each season with our non-blinking eyes and jaw-dropping face. Alec Berg, the co-creator, deserves the same respect, with his experience on keeping things on the ground as soon as Hader starts hovering, this mixture of black and white, and colorful genre makes them a great duo. They aren’t short in performance, with Henry Winkler’s warm hugs to Stephen Root’s scheme-y grins, this cast stages a piece of their life with levity. Hader, being a massive movie goer, brims his world with hilarious references and disenchanting derailments, he captured from being an avid viewer. Another reason why this makes it one of the best ideas to make this run for a longer period, is the simplicity of the plot, it spreads humor like butter on toast but with an action twist, Hader and Berg gets plenty of room to stretch their muscles where no idea is or will ever be effortfully hokum. Barry is quite the assassin, he flinches and thinks twice before pulling the trigger but pours his heart out while confessing to the floating souls around him- it looks like there is a lot of Hader in him.