20 February 2018 | creativedoom
Misunderstood by Conservatives and the Right
This is a clever TV show that may be uncomfortable to watch if you're averse to every conceivable liberal/hippie trope crammed into the first two episodes of a show, so don't watch if you're easily triggered. Sure, every straight white male is a derogatory stereotype, but what show today isn't like this? "Liberals" will see what they want in the show's characters and dialogue, but I see an objective critique of this philosophy and lifestyle.
What intrigues me the most is the show's handling of parapsychological phenomena. I won't say any more about it, but I will say that I expected another rehash of the mental illness/magical child trope when I read the synopsis. This show is much deeper than that. The guy's story arch really seems to be making a statement on the nature of reality and consciousness.
Worth watching the first two episodes.