This TV show is a unique depiction of a tight knitted community of native Americans through the lenses of a rogue-like teenager's posse. The Character's interactions can reach amazing heights, if one can wait till the last episodes of the season the reward is one of the best feelings ever. The writing is pretty unique, even if you can find it lacking structure and depth in key parts of the story. I've never seen anything like it, I just hope the critical acclaim that might follow the first season doesn't bring in the heavy hitters from Hollywood that might derail the writing to a same-old-formula more aesthetically pleasing to the ever dumber big public.
It’s challenging to look into the future and imagine what this series might become. Still, there’s every reason to hope and believe that this is a show that’s only just finding its footing, and all the stuff that feels smart and unusual right now will only become deeper, more confident, funnier, and more distinctive.
The writing is smart and can be funny but the desire to be offbeat makes it feel too forced (a pair of rapping twins in particular). Despite its throwback references, the script feels very specific to now.