Critic Consensus: Made for Love's satirical riffs on technology are undeniably clever, but the most valuable special effects in this twisty odyssey are Cristin Milioti's charisma and comedic timing.
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Once you get past the technology, the series is really just about interpersonal dynamics...
These scenarios are fascinating, but they rarely have any meaningful connection with or insight into real life and real love. Made for Love, at least, does.
It wasn't just Milioti's charm that kept me watching the eight episodes of the first season. Ray Romano, as Hazel's father, Herbert, adds yet another performance to his growing list of remarkable post-"Everybody Loves Raymond" turns.
After four episodes, Made for Love is more 'interesting' than 'entertaining,' and I kept wishing it was more of the latter given its premise and ensemble.
Milioti is skilled at this, too - she's the best thing about the show, which through the first four episodes is funny, dark and uneven.
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