This show is ranked higher than 'Game of Thrones,' and many have never heard of it
And the second season looks amazing.
There's sabotage, spying, double-crossing, two-timing, finger-pointing, persona-shifting and a whole lot of broken hearts. And somehow, the whole thing comes together and makes you laugh.
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It's got a flawless 100% ranking on Rotten Tomatoes.
That's higher than both "Game of Thrones" and "Wonder Woman." One critic called the show "a perfect mix of dark comedy, emotional stakes, colorful characters and 'OMG!' twists." Others focused on star Inbar Lavi, a striking Israeli actress previously known for her roles in "Gang Related" and "Prison Break."
Speaking of Inbar Lavi ...
The 31-year-old studied ballet and modern dance while growing up in a suburb of Tel Aviv, but fell in love with acting after watching the movies of fellow Israeli Natalie Portman. She eventually moved to New York and attended the prestigious Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute, whose alumni range from Marilyn Monroe to Alec Baldwin.
She can certainly hold her own on late night TV.
When Lavi appeared on the Craig Ferguson show in 2016, she was ready. She rolled with Ferguson's non-sequiturs, such as his reaction when she talked about why she got "big tips" as a waitress. She also seemed to be adept at the duck-faced selfie and indulging in one of Ferguson's signature awkward pauses.
Inbar, you've won us over.
We included Lavi in our video montage of the most intriguing Israelis of 2017. And with the second season coming out sometime in 2018, she might even make our list next year, too.
Speaking of that second season ...
Man oh man, does it look fantastic! A star-studded cast including Uma Thurman, who made a mysterious appearance in season 1, is slated for the next round. Here's a teaser trailer:
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