A finale that’s all about finding fulfillment doesn’t skimp on the heady topics as it gives the series’ main characters their happy endings.
A poignant, stellar episode finds Schneider hitting rock bottom once again — but this time with the support of a real family to guide him out.
Penelope’s ex-husband Victor returns, and he’s got a new outlook — and a new fiancé.
The sudden appearance of Schneider’s deplorable father reveals the lengths a child will go to please an unloving parent.
The series returns to the topic of Penelope’s mental health in an excellent episode that grapples with anxiety and hereditary.
Lydia’s attempt to “fix” her daughter inspires Penelope to take a sledgehammer to the archaic parenting system of her past.
A gem of an episode centered on Elena and Syd illustrates how far television’s portrayal of teen sex has come.
Elena and her Syd-nificant Other are the joyful highlight of a Valentine’s episode that showcases all of the show’s current couplings.
A nuanced, thoughtful take on recreational marijuana use neatly sidesteps Very Special Episode cliches.
The sudden appearance of Penelope’s brother showcases the negative effects of Lydia’s smothering on her family.
A housekeeping episode catches us up on the state of Lydia’s health and Penelope’s love life.
The always-timely series makes its #MeToo moment count by structuring it as a teachable moment for Alex Alvarez.
The guest-star triumvirate of Gloria Estefan and Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Melissa Fumero and Stephanie Beatriz kicks off season 3 in style.
The series’s second season is full of spot-on allusions to the history and culture of the Jewish vacation haven of the early and mid–20th century.
Midge stands on the precipice of a new life in a finale that leaves us with more questions than answers.
The return of Sophie Lennon nearly sabotages Midge’s TV telethon debut — and her relationship with Susie.
The first-ever Mrs. Maisel comedy tour proves that as long as Midge and Susie have each other, they can overcome just about anything.
The one-year anniversary of the day Joel walked out on Midge is a great time for both Maisels to reassess their lives.
When Abe learns both of his children are leading double lives, not even a nice glass of tomato juice can calm his nerves.
Midge’s double life comes to a screeching halt, and not a moment too soon.