Eleanor, a deceased saleswoman who lived a morally corrupt life, finds herself in a heaven-like afterlife in a case of mistaken identity and tries to hide her past to stay there.
First episode date: 19 September 2016 Final episode date: 30 January 2020 Writers: Michael Schur, Josh Siegal, Joe Mande, Megan Amram, Demi Adejuyigbe, Jen Statsky, more Awards: People’s Choice Award for the Comedy TV Star of the Year, more Genres: Sitcom, Television comedy, Utopian and dystopian fiction, Philosophical fiction
THE BG SCORE GETS BETTER
the show starts with Intro by M83 and ends with Outro by M83. Mean, props to Sam Esmail for such thoughtful writing that he knew what music to start and end the show with. Also, Mac Quayle kills it with the original background score. It fills you with suspense, anger, and the feeling of loss; each time, the character must be okay.
MORALITY AND ETHICS
Chidi, Eleanor’s soulmate, was an ethics teacher on Earth and helped her to understand the concept of morality and ethics. If you are into philosophy and Immanuel Kant is your idol, this series is made for you.
ACTORS AND THEIR ACTING
Kristen Bell, William Jackson Harper, Jameela Jamil, D’Arcy Carden, Manny Jacinto, and Ted Danson are the lead cast. They have given full justice to their respective characters. The more you watch the show, the more it will become interesting.
A FEELGOOD SHOW
The show starts and ends with the same healthy note. Along the way, it makes the viewers feel empathetic and more aware of their actions. Furthermore, the music of the series is calm and makes you feel at peace.
It is not a straightforward story, and it involves many plot twists, which will change your perception of the story. All the major plot twists are at the end of the seasons, so be prepared to be amazed.
THE PONDERING EFFECT
After watching this show, everyone will ponder their actions and contributions to the universe. It profoundly affects the morale of a person. It also teaches that anyone can be a good person if he/she is given a push in the right direction.
THE ADULT LANGUAGE
Eleanor always used swearing words on Earth, but in a Good Place, all these words are banned, and no one can say them. So, even if she tries to tell some of these words, the excellent place changes it, making the show way more hilarious.
A vessel of knowledge who knows everything about the universe is portrayed by D’Arcy Carden. You will fall in love with the character of Janet from the beginning, and as the show progresses, the character development of Janet is genuinely remarkable.