Hey, all. I've been looking for new shows to watch over the past few weeks. I'll keep this short, because there isn't a lot of time to be watching TV right now, but I did find something fron Netflix.
Inside Job's premise might have you feeling fatigued out of the gate. Shows about the "Deep State" and conspiracies turning out to be true are a lot less funny when you step outside, look around, and realize how many of your neighbors really do buy into that stuff. But, really, give this one a chance.
The premise is that the Deep State is a real thing and Reagan Ridley (Lizzy Caplan) is looking to climb the ranks to the top of the conspiracy-peddling shadow company. Along the way, she has to manage a ragtag crew of subordinates, as well as a dudebro partner named Brett (Clark Duke) and her retired father Rand (Christian Slater).
The comedy isn't quite as off-the-wall as it could be, which I'll attribute to first season growing pains. I will say there's a strong foundation here laid out by show creator Shion Takeuchi and executive producer Alex Hirsch of Gravity Falls fame. The background gags are funnier than anything else and make this show worth checking out.
Give Inside Job a look. The first 10 episodes are up on Netflix right now and it should be easily binged in an afternoon. Enjoy!