Please Like Me has made the list of Entertainment Weekly‘s 10 Best TV Shows of 2014.
It’s the second year in a row the show has made the cut.
Josh Thomas even ranked higher than Game of Thrones and Mad Men, with Transparent landing at #1.
Here’s what they said:
This Australian comedy is the perfect coming-of-age story for people who’ll never grow up. And that’s still true in its wickedly funny second season, which finds 26-year-old Josh (Josh Thomas) and his friends working through post-collegiate angst by drawing tattoos on a baby and cracking jokes about maxi pads. But when Josh’s mom (Debra Lawrance) lands back in the psychiatric hospital, it also becomes a surprisingly thought-provoking drama about mental illness. The episode where Josh confronts his mother about her suicide attempt features a particularly gutting conversation about depression. By the end of it, she’s laughing and crying at the same time. You will be too.