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Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics.
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With Tuca & Bertie, Hanawalt and her team have created something truly unique, with a world that grows organically with every episode. And once Tuca gets more space to shine, the show will get even better.
Tuca & Bertie's second season grows more confident and it's not afraid to tell bigger, fuller, and more responsible stories that are interested in challenging its characters and pushing them to make difficult decisions.
This funny show starring an oversexed toucan and her dear, insecure aviary friend doesn't provide all the answers or solutions. But in its idiosyncratic, sensitively rendered way, it makes you feel more okay about dealing with the doubts.
In a format the show has always excelled at, much like BoJack before it, Tuca and Bertie humanizes mental health while also pointing out the many funny things about the tedious chore of finding a therapist.
Tuca & Bertie artfully navigates the uncharted waters of securing the right therapist, and addressing just how isolating panic attacks can feel. It's a humorous and heartfelt approach to mental health.
If Rick and Morty lends a dark intellectual legitimacy to [Adult Swim's] stoner palace, Tuca & Bertie smartly perks up the lineup, reminding us of the many ways that animation tells multi-dimensional stories that speak to everybody, not just the guys.
Few live-action TV comedies convey comparable levels of emotional intelligence and flat-out glee (the theme song, even in its new, shortened form, is an all-time banger), but "Tuca & Bertie" also isn't trying to imitate traditional sitcoms.