On paper, The French comedy, which returned for its fourth season on Netflix this week, "is yet another entry in the well-stocked category of self-referential showbiz series that find humor in watching real-life stars play exaggerated versions of themselves," says Elisabeth Vincentelli. "The Larry Sanders Show, Entourage, Extras, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Episodes trod similar winking meta-terrain. What makes the French show different is less that it takes place in a Paris so evocatively picturesque that you keep expecting Audrey Hepburn to pop out underneath the Eiffel Tower. And it’s less about the impressive guest stars, even though it doesn’t hurt that they include Juliette Binoche, Isabelle Adjani, Monica Bellucci, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Jean Dujardin and Isabelle Huppert. Where Call My Agent! drastically departs from its American and British counterparts is that the employees of the fictional agency at its center, ASK, have good intentions and genuinely love the art they help create." ALSO: Call My Agent! is an antithesis to an Emily in Paris-style view of the city that cranks up the confectionary fantasy to appeal to an audience of foreigners.