““The Good Place” is a show about everything — including, and especially, growing and learning. By all rights, it should probably be awful — preachy, awkward, tedious, wooden, labored and out of touch. Instead, it is excellent: a work of popular art that hits on many levels at once.“— The Ultimate Sitcom (New York Times Magazine)
When the show first premiered I didn’t know what to make of it — a bizarre sci-fi fantasy sitcom hybrid anchored in ethics and philosophy. But it grew on us. And it feels like such a perfectly-timed series given what’s happening in the world right now.