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Hot parties around the pool, intoxicated sex, smashed windshields, morning-after pills - what's not to like?
The L.A. Complex doesn't always ring true, but it's frequently fun.
It's a primetime soap, but one that's genuinely more interested in what the characters want to do for a living than in who they're sleeping with. (Though there's still a good deal of that.)
Over all it's as essentially disposable as most CW shows, but in between the rockin' pool parties and show-business cliches there are moments that are better written and less formulaic than the norm for this network.
By the standards of similar American series, it is conspicuously modest - less aggressive, less glamorous, less heavy-breathing, more...nice. This will make it a hard sell to some, but I find these qualities appealing.
The dialogue is actually pretty darned good and kind of inside funny
Who would have thought it would take Canadians to get Hollywood right, eh?
What starts out as a seemingly generic series about an assortment of showbiz wannabes becomes more engaging over the first few episodes.
Audience Reviews for The L.A. Complex: Season 1
Jul 31, 2020It's characters are just not interesting enough to care what happens to them.