SisterS Review 2023 Tv Show Series Cast Crew Online
This comedy/drama is a frustrating journey of two half-sisters who come from different worlds. The first season is a rollercoaster of emotions that is heavy on drama and ends on a sour, disappointing note.
The two leading ladies, one from Canada and the other from Ireland, are billed as polar opposites, but that dynamics gets tiresome after a while. Unfortunately, the male characters in the show are portrayed as pathetic, one-dimensional caricatures, which adds to the show’s depressing feminist perspective. (The boyfriend character is particularly unbearable.)
The show’s social commentary is heavy-handed and predictable, touching on topics such as alcoholism, abortion, family dynamics, and cultural differences. It is exhausting to see a show that attempts to tackle serious issues while still managing to be completely boring and predictable. The excessive drinking in the show adds nothing to the characters’ development and feels like a cheap attempt at adding some kind of levity.
The humor in the show is obnoxious and often falls flat. The cutting and sarcastic remarks are uninspired, and the black humor is cringe-worthy. While dialogue is witty in places, the show’s writers do a terrible job of balancing the humor with the serious moments, making the show an unenjoyable experience.
In conclusion, Sisters (2023) is a disappointing addition to the comedy-drama genre. Despite having a strong cast and a potentially compelling storyline, the show’s execution is subpar. The show’s commentary on gender roles is preachy and uninteresting, and the humor is insipid. My advice is to avoid watching it altogether. The quality declines as the show progresses, and the last two episodes are a complete letdown.