(CBS) • This network sitcom has never gotten the credit it deserves. It’s the most improved show on TV, morphing wildly from what it was when it began to what it is now. It deals with tough subjects, including alcoholism, drug addiction, gambling addiction, fractured families and death — two prominent characters have been killed off — and it’s consistently hilarious. And in 2020, it has not just survived but thrived
after one of its two primary stars, Anna Faris, left after seven seasons. Fortunately, the incomparable Allison Janney remains and the show hasn’t missed a beat.