The HBO drama from author Tom Perrotta "leans heavily on the thought of sex, less on the action," says Adrian Horton. "Several critics have pointed out that Mrs. Fletcher is uneven, at times unsatisfying, a messy misfire. But that messiness is what, for me, makes Mrs. Fletcher the most underrated show on TV right now. It’s ambitious in its understatement, trying to convey the gravitational pull of the uncensored internet or the wooziness of IRL fantasy. At a dinner party, she is halting and unsure, deflecting a potential date with flashbacks to the porn she watched on her couch hours before. Her motivations are, to be fair, scattered – but that scatteredness, even as she still performs the duties of competent senior center employee and mother, feels more real to the mundanity of self-discovery than the drama. (It helps that she’s played by (Kathryn) Hahn, whose portrayal of sloppy sexiness and hard-won resilience is truly spectacular.)"