Angie Tribeca "Miso Dead" Review - AVClub

AVClub:Welcome to TV Club’s weekly coverage of Angie Tribeca season two! It’s a new day—yes it is—and as the show approaches things differently this season, said approach has created the perfect opportunity for coverage. In his pre-air review of the first season, Erik Adams pointed out how Angie Tribeca took its obvious parody influences (Police Squad! being the most obvious) and proceeded to “keep things traditional” in terms its own interpretation of them. He contrasted that to the way that shows like Childrens Hospital, Wet Hot American Summer: First Day Of Camp, and NTSF: SD: SUV:: did approached the style, as they chose “to amplify the conventions of their chosen genres to surrealistic extremes.” In theory, the traditional approach makes sense given Angie Tribeca’s major source material, the by-the-numbers procedurals that play it safe and go back-to-basics every single week.

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