"It’s good! It’s weird. Its best episodes are unpredictable to the end, and its worst are only disappointing because they can’t stick the landing," says Ben Travers of the HBO anthology series' fourth and final season. "There are commonalities between entries — multiple episodes examining the relationship between fan and artist lead to meta revelations for each character and their creators — and there are complete standalone half-hours that are hard to compare to anything else. One episode spends more than half its runtime outside the room. (Or does it?) Another is animated. Yet another is a hyper-specific homage to a very specific thing that I did not fully understand."