There’s not a Carrie or a Miranda—or even a Hannah Horvath on the Pop TV comedy about four chronically broke 20-somethings that combines elements of Claws, Trailer Park Boys and the immortal Florida Man meme, says Judy Berman. Creator and star Laura Chinn "effortlessly navigates the sensitive politics of class, gender and race in America’s most-mocked swing state," says Berman. "Her characters may be poor, but they’re not miserable." Berman adds: "For all its smart social commentary, the show is first and foremost a madcap comedy—one that makes a shrewd addition to the lineup of fresh, funny talent on Pop TV, an up-and-coming cable channel that Schitt’s Creek put on the map and that recently announced it was reviving Netflix’s excellent-but-canceled One Day at a Time. Packed with improv vets, the cast has the energy, physicality and timing of a well-oiled troupe. With its raunchy, inventive humor and commitment to laughing with its characters more than at them, Florida Girls may well turn out to be the most enjoyable new show of the summer."