It’s a testament to the pair (who write as well as star) that “Rob” and “Sharon” never outstay their welcome.
The death of Carrie Fisher – who lights up every scene in which she appears – will cast a heavy shadow over the future, but , as he plays twin brothers Vincent and Frankie Martino.
on its plate, but it balances it all with as many laughs (mainly from MVP Matarazzo) as genuinely shocking moments.It even went fully meta by casting ‘80s legend Sean ‘Mikey’ Astin as Joyce Byers’ (Winona Ryder) new boyfriend, Bob.Well, worries about paedophile chat services users.Around the typically strong main players, the likes of Stephen Tobolowsky and Matt Ross continue to impress.The Demogorgon may have finally buggered off, but Will (Noah Schnapp) is still feeling the effects of his trip to the Upside Down and seeing visions of a bigger threat to his hometown.
But forget that: Lucas (Caleb Mc Laughlin) and Dustin (Gaten Matarazzo) have girl – and pet – problems, there’s a new kid at school challenging Steve’s (Joe Keery) crown, and everyone apart from Nancy (Natalia Dyer) seems to have forgotten about Barb…Sharon Horgan and Rob Delaney’s crooked look at married life, love and kids continues to impress even as it treads into darker territory.Infidelity, farting, death and job worries all combine into a comic soup that feels painfully real when considering its mismatched but still lovable central couple.Allowing the characters to reach a new level of maturity while maintaining what those who found the show’s groove liked about it.Certainly, the series and its characters could still be frustrating, but if you’d made it this far with Hannah and her friends – sometimes that term can be fairly loose – you’ll have enjoyed where the journey took you.) collaborating on a series was one of the great unknowns going into 2017. Hardy plays the brutal and focused James Delaney, resurfacing in London after being thought dead for years, seeking revenge for the death of his father and inheriting the family shipping empire.