This television series inspires from the incidents of the movie of 1992 with a similar name, pursues the every day movement and battle of the Graham family that possesses one of the outstanding Enterprises and their children Bryson Broyer and Simone Graham, who battle against starting their very own business in marketing.
The vibe here is much more laid-back than the film's, but the world feels instantly realized and immersive. And the chemistry between Jackson and Richmond is at the right level for whatever slow play Waithe has in mind.
It's great to see a show centered on upwardly mobile blacks, although an early scene in a strip joint seems out of place. The dramedy is much more appealing when it takes you into the boardroom or eavesdrops on the group's game night.