It’s not hard to feel pessimistic about American politics right now, but the new series Little America is the Best Country: Immigrant Land by Lee Eisenberg, Cummins Nanziani and Emily Gordon. Based on Epic Magazine’s True Story series, which features eight independent episodes, it recently entered life.
The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, with critics and officials saying it was revived for Little America Season 2 before Season 1 premiere, but has yet to be decided.
As with the magazine series, each episode features a completely new point and a new actor, writer and director. The tone changes with each episode, but the inevitability of tearing up a whole part of the show: children are separated from their parents; Dreams are set aside; Each episode examines the frustration of acting like an outsider.
Sometimes the episode criticizes the American government, and sometimes it’s about the prejudice and exclusivity of white Americans. However, each hero faces his own personal difficulties with certainty and in the end, the acting is inspirational.
Scenes from Episode 1 of Little America: AppleTV +
The show was praised by critics before the show. “Only in America are these different stories – filled with hope, frustration, excitement and sadness – built around the idea that the whole country should now give a new beginning to those who are at home,” writes Alan Stone Sepinwall, Roll Stone, which I did not.
Ben Travers writes that Little America is Apple’s “first unconditionally good show,” adding that “chronology emphasizes that stories that originated in the past are true stories, but that current policies are costing the country.”When Syria seeks asylum, it is not difficult to think of the Trump administration’s immigration ban,” Trans explained. “But good things can happen here – they are old and they can do it again.
Little America makes a clear statement, even if it avoids direct commentary on modern politics.”
Angela Lynn, Kai Two and Sofia Sue on Apple TV + on Jan. 17 on “Little America: Apple TV +.
There are so many good things in society to say about The Hollywood Reporter. “None of the stories in Little America – one of its executive producers, and none of them are the masterpiece of co-producer Alan Yang – were as powerful or entirely as Lena White’s ‘Thanksgiving’,” Kang said. “But some strong passes make this series the first great show from Apple TV +.
“The show is currently developing with a 100% Fresh Rotten Tomato score, and with Renaissance, the show can also tell a wide range of stories in season 2. Season 1 covers only half the stories of Epic Magazine and there are countless stories to tell about the lives of past and present American immigrants.
At the end of the episode, Gordon and Nancy have said, “The episodes in Little America evoke similar feelings for every immigrant in this country.” “We’re excited to have received a lot of these stories and are getting more with Apple in the second season.