Boomerang - Season 1
In the light of the movie of 1992 that follows the daily activity and struggle of the Graham family, this television series follows Bryson Broyer and Simone Graham, the older sons of the family, who struggle against making their own business in marketing and helping in improving their family business.
Actors Of "Boomerang - Season 1"
Critics Of "Boomerang - Season 1"
New York Times
February 12, 2019 Unlike the movie, the series has both a male and female lead, while also offering more nuanced stories about religion, mental illness and sexuality.Read in Source
February 13, 2019 The epitome of Millennial cool - stylish and ambitious, but not willing to be defined in any traditional way.Read in Source
February 12, 2019 Boomerang is sharply detailed, a relatable portrait of young friendship twenty years into the 21st century.Read in Source
February 13, 2019 It's fun to see the basic tenets of the movie filtered through Lena Waithe's worldview.Read in Source
February 12, 2019 Boomerang does a solid job establishing its own universe, while peppering in enough Easter eggs to keep fans of the original happy. It's always nice when kids show respect for their elders.Read in Source
Deadline Hollywood Daily
February 13, 2019 it's a tale tightly told, rather you're a fan of the Boomerang of not. In fact, I would say... it might work even better if you never saw the film... the bones are strong on this one.Read in Source
Minneapolis Star Tribune
February 14, 2019 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.Read in Source
Shadow and Act
February 13, 2019 The razor-sharp, fast-paced dialogue often sounds like a set of trending topics on Black Twitter, but it doesn't come off as pandering; it feels authentic and relevant.Read in Source
February 12, 2019 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.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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