Liz Baessler

Liz Baessler is a frequent contributor and infrequent columnist at Film School Rejects. She has an MA in English and a lot of time on her hands. (She/Her)
Crazy Ex Girlfriend Feature

‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’ Season 4 Has Some Harsh Truths and a Path to Healing

By Liz Baessler 

The show’s final season starts out strong, unflinching, and funny

Time's Up For The Gang

‘Time’s Up for the Gang’ Is the Perfect Satire of a Delicate Issue

By Liz Baessler 

‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ tackles sexual harassment in a way only it could.

The Good Place Season 3

‘The Good Place’ Season 3 Is Sweet, Sincere, and Forking Hilarious

By Liz Baessler 

The new season gets in touch with what it means to be human.

American Vandal Season 2

‘American Vandal’ Season 2 Is a Warm, Uproariously Funny Defense of Youth

By Liz Baessler 

A very spoiler-light review of a very good show.

BoJack Horseman Season 5

BoJack Horseman Is the Antihero Hollywood Needs Right Now

By Liz Baessler 

‘BoJack Horseman’ season 5 takes no prisoners, itself included, and it’s amazing.

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A Rocky, But Promising Start for ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’ Season 13

By Liz Baessler 

The new season delivers big in some ways but holds back in several others.

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia Season Trailer

It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’s Season 13 Trailer Is Here At Long Last

By Liz Baessler 

Gay Jacked Mac, Feminist Dee, and Dennis… Sort Of

American Vandal Season Trailer

American Vandal’s Season 2 Trailer Is About More Than Just The Poop

By Liz Baessler 

“What if the motive is just… poop is funny?”

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia

The Creeping Progressiveness of ‘It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia’

By Liz Baessler 

At 12 seasons and counting, the show is a vivid timeline of evolving American sentiment.