BY CHLOE GILKE
As of right now, Selina’s the golden girl of D.C. and has the tenacity and determination to make it through this campaign. Whether she succeeds or not, the results are sure to be hilarious.
BY ALEX INTNER
The Kings will have some work to do to redraw the stories, but they’ve shown that they can reinvigorate the show earlier this season, so I’m betting they’ll be able to do it again.
BY DAILY TV/NEW MEDIA WRITERS
We asked ourselves the important questions: What makes a good finale? What makes a bad one? And, ultimately, which finales will go down in history as the best of all time?
BY KAYLA UPADHYAYA
I love when characters die on television; however the death has to serve a larger function than just simple shock value. All too often, death is used as a cheap plot device.
BY ERIKA HARWOOD
Regardless of what “Broad City” does in its subsequent seasons, the bold confidence in season one shows that Abbi and Ilana are just getting started.
BY JAMIE BIRCOLL
This finale, much like the show as a whole, wasn’t perfect — at times it was poorly paced and messy — but it was bold and fun.
BY CHLOE GILKE
The finale was an almost perfect execution of the new precedent the show set up this season. Focusing mostly on four characters (Rick, Carl, Michonne and Daryl this time), the episode explored the consequences of living in horror.
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