The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel - season 3
While the show still has plenty of pep and zippy dialogue it's sorely lacking in plotting. Also, the show has always had a particular heightened comedic sensibility, but the supporting characters are becoming too cartoonish. Brosnahan continues to be a force of nature, but we're not seeing any new layers of her character. Alex Borstein is consistently great and probably my favorite actor on the show. Jane Lynch is just tremendously funny. There's a moment where she eats something that is one of the most unexpected, ridiculous, and hilarious things I've seen on television. Luke Kirby is great as Lenny Bruce, adding a soulful, melancholy, intensity that's very welcome. Midge's tour story line brings in the welcome addition of Sterling K. Brown as manager to Leroy McClain's singing superstar, Shy Baldwin.
The show feints toward actually examining these characters' extreme self-centeredness, but instead plays it all for laughs and doesn't hold them to account in any meaningful way (maybe rightly so in terms of appealing to the general audience). Unfortunately, this has led to each season feeling more inconsequential than the last.