Randall Park and Melissa Fumero lead a workplace comedy set in the very last location of the video rental chain, from 'Superstore' and 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' writer Vanessa Ramos.

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The single most honed joke of Netflix's Blockbuster is the one contained not too far off in that expression

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This is a satire set at the absolute keep going Blockbuster on The planet, debuting on the very stage that aided kill the wide range of various Blockbusters.

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The incongruity is so striking and undeniable that the series handles it head-on in the absolute first scene, as a client concedes he hasn't stopped by of late in light of the fact that he's been "doing Netflix, similar to everyone." 

The suggestion calculation's been letting him down, however, and that is where the store staff comes in.

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 It takes a human touch to conclude that what he actually needs for his messed up heart is Under the Tuscan Sun, when he'd never have chosen it for himself.

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But if Blockbuster isn’t doing anything especially wrong, its shortcoming is that it’s also not doing anything impressively right.

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After ten half-hour episodes, it has not yet found a spark like 30 Rock‘s distinctive comic sensibility or Parks and Recreation‘s knack for world-building or Abbott Elementary and Superstore‘s interest in social critique

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Blockbuster The Bottom Line Sweet, simple and nothing particularly special. Airdate: Thursday, Nov. 3 (Netflix) Cast: Randall Park, Melissa Fumero, Olga Merediz, Tyler Alvarez, Madeleine Arthur, JB Smoove, Kamaia Fairburn Creator: Vanessa Ramos