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It's not trying to reinvent the wheel, and it really doesn't need to. What it does is create an atmosphere of fun that goes a long way, combining that with a medieval setting and characters that are flawed to the bone.
Miracle Workers: Dark Ages may not have that satisfying story arc that the show's first season has, but Viswanathan is a great lead and the characters are well-established by the end of the first episode.
A hilarious antidote for those who couldn't stand the fervor over Game of Thrones' final season.
It's a waste of the talent on-hand and a waste of time for anyone who's seen a Middle Ages-set comedy before.
Miracle Workers: Dark Ages, though noticeably better than its predecessor, rarely rises above the level of sweet and easily enjoyable. That's fine.
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