The season ends with June and Oscar making a decision about their relationship, then deciding whether or not to stick to it.
June and Kase take a journey and Oscar isn’t sure how to respond.
Jason Mitchell and Hong Chau guest star in a standout episode that shifts the focus away from the series’ leads.
June takes a walk with Kase and learns there’s a way around some of the restrictions she thought she had to live by.
June and Oscar meet their neighbor and learn more about their new neighborhood.
Oscar and June return to a meaningful place place from their past as they adjust to their new existences.
The startling developments of the premiere continue in the second episode as June starts to change her life.
A new series starring Fred Armisen and Maya Rudolph premieres with an episode that introduces a couple facing a turning point during a ski trip.
I haven’t laughed as hard all year, with feeling, as I have alongside this Canadian sitcom.
A busy, ambitious first season comes to a disappointing conclusion.
The first season’s penultimate episode pays off much of what’s come before, giving the series its best episode yet.
The past catches up with the heroes in an episode that again reveals how central New Orleans is to the series.
As season one enters its home stretch, the series again shows how much it can do by not overdoing anything.
The series starts to find its groove in an episode focusing on personal drama and the heroes’ relationships with the city of New Orleans.
Season two concludes with a major shock.
All hell breaks loose in Harlem’s Paradise.
Season two begins its endgame, but not before a flashback to ‘80s Jamaica.
Wild plot twists abound in an overstuffed episode guest starring Iron Fist.
The plot takes some wild turns in season two’s most melodramatic episode.
“If It Ain’t Rough, It Ain’t Right” forces Luke into a strange alliance.