Critic Consensus: Search Party is an engaging, weird, dark, funny mystery elevated by exceptional performances throughout.
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In Season 1 of "Search Party," Dory (Alia Shawkat) discovers that Chantal Winterbottom (Clare McNulty) has gone missing and she makes it her mission to find out the truth about what happened to the girl she once knew. Enlisting her friends, Elliott (John Early) and Portia (Meredith Hagner), as well as her boyfriend Drew (John Reynolds), they quickly become wrapped up in the mystery surrounding Chantal. In addition, Drew finds himself falling for his fiery neighbor, April (Phoebe Tyers), behind… More
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It's a quirky millennial satire that draws on the best aspects of Girls - the Brooklyn setting, painfully true-to-life characters, and bitingly clever humour - and throws them together with a tense missing-person mystery to excellent effect.
The pleasure of Search Party ... is the fracturing of the old idea that we all want to watch basically the same thing, which was mutually reinforced by the fact we were only ever offered that thing.
A Gen Y mystery series that owes more influence to Nancy Drew books than Girls or Broad City, Search Party is immensely likeable and highly watchable.
What began as a venomously funny invitation to loathe hipster millennials morphs into something more dark, nuanced and, dare I say it, celebratory of them.
Search Party is blessed with sharp writing and a cast that hits all the right comical notes.
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