Critic Consensus: Great News avoids a sophomore slump thanks to its hilarious cast and the welcome onscreen addition of series creator Tina Fey.
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A mother interns at her daughter's workplace, a cable-news network, in this comedy that explores mother-daughter relationships. Tina Fey is an executive producer.
as Katie Wendelson
as Chuck Pierce
as Diana St. Tropez
as Fenton Pelt
as Len Archer
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Great News has a screwball charm and a flair for rapid-fire jokes, built on a premise that amusingly literalizes the classic sitcom concept of co-workers as family.
While the writing has its moments of brilliance, as a whole the show feels stagnant.
It's a funny show, but it's working through some growing pains, trying to find its voice and figure out its cast chemistry, which, to be fair, it took 30 Rock about a season to do as well.
What follows our introductory glimpse at Diana's creepiness is a perfect, not-so-subtle takedown of the way society as a whole treats women who have been preyed upon by their male superiors.
By pushing the story line into unexpected directions, it is more pointedly satirical and it makes us reassess the way we handle such abuses.
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