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Phil Miller suspects he's the sole survivor after a plague struck in 2020, but he makes it his mission to see if anyone else is still around. When he meets a survivor named Carol, he starts to rethink his wish. Will he ever find another person alive on the planet? Would hoping that she is a female be asking too much?
Will Forte plays the endearingly sad clown in Phil Lord & Chris Miller's comedic observations on dystopian life, proving that the writing/directing duo are reliable for hilarious revitalizations of tired plot concepts.
Even though the show moves confidently and hilariously in a new direction in the second episode, at the same time it feels like the first half of a very smart, sharply edited feature film, not a sitcom with weekly obligations.
The Last Man on Earth approaches issues like loneliness and the need for a human connection but then pulls back hilariously. Too often, TV shows that take risks also take some effort on the viewer's part to enjoy. This one is just fun.
This is a concept that so far doesn't lack for execution. Last Man On Earth has no chance at all to be a blockbuster in league with Fox's new Empire. But it's another distinctive example of what the Big Four broadcast networks should dare and do.