The New York Times has included both Rosehaven & Please Like Me in its Best TV Shows of 2017 list.
The list featured American Vandal, Better Things, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and The Leftovers.
Rosehaven, which airs on SundanceNow, got a mention in the Best International Shows:
This Australian fishes-out-of-water comedy, created by its stars, Celia Pacquola and Luke McGregor, is about neurotic big-city best friends who find themselves running a family real-estate business in a small town in Tasmania. Affable and human, it’s the mirror-world version of terrible-twosome shows like “You’re the Worst” or “Catastrophe.”
Hulu’s Please Like Me was named on the Best Shows that Ended in 2017 list:
This Australian coming-of-age comedy blends its sweet disposition with its unsentimental view of the world, creating room for both darling goofballs and catastrophic depression. Many ensemble comedies are aspirational (“Friends,” say) and the ones that aren’t tend to be cynical (“It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia”). “Please Like Me” is neither of those things. Instead, it’s thoughtful and welcoming, often hilarious and just oddball enough.