Great News fan: I'd "sell my kidneys" for new episodes
Tina Fey recently said it "is a heartbreak" that the NBC comedy from Tracey Wigfield was canceled after two seasons. Now that he's discovered Great News, Stuart Heritage says it's the best comedy on Netflix. "I love Great News," he says. "It’s a slightly slower 30 Rock, a Kimmy Schmidt that comes with the added benefit of internal logic. It’s a show set behind the scenes of a cable news network, coming right at the point in time when cable news is eating itself. It has, in Andrea Martin, one of the all-time great sitcom performances. It is tremendous, and I love it, and I’d happily sell my kidneys to Netflix if it meant we got new episodes."
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