"I can’t understand why no one’s been talking about Black Monday, the Showtime comedy about Wall Street in the ’80s that stars Don Cheadle and Regina Hall," says Heather Schwedel. The 1980s-set drama's plot doesn't even matter, she adds. "Or it only kind of matters," she says. "When you’ve got a cast like Black Monday’s and dialogue like Black Monday’s and costumes like Black Monday’s, you should be able to forgive a story that isn’t quite as remarkable as it might think—but is, actually, still pretty good: There’s a mystery to follow (someone dies in the pilot, but we don’t know who), there’s double-crossing, there’s the Yakuza, there’s a shoot-the-moon deal involving a Jordache-like jean company called Georgina. What more could you want?"