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Netlfix’s new zombie comedy, “Santa Clarita Diet,” really benefits from binge-watching.
In the end, “Santa Clarita” is both a zombie show and a comment on suburban life, though it never quite nails either tone.
They live in the cookie-cutter city of Santa Clarita, a suburb about an hour north of Los Angeles for those who want to escape the urban jungle and raise their family.
Thankfully for “Santa Clarita Diet,” Netflix is about binge-watching and there’s a marked improvement from the first episode to the second, which are both directed by Ruben Fleischer (“Zombieland”), and that may hook viewers.
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‘Santa Clarita Diet’ Creator on Zombie Comedies, Drew Barrymore and Mistaking Fake Body Parts for Real Ones
Netflix’s newest series Santa Clarita Diet stars Drew Barrymore as a suburban realtor who turns in a zombie.
The big key to being there is that there’s no development process, which I think is what blands out a lot of television comedy.
He fell in love with the creative freedom he discovered at the streaming giant — and credits it to a lack of a development process, which he argues “blands out a lot of television comedy.”
Usually, it will come in just a thought, like, what if it were a normal functioning zombie who sold real estate in Santa Clarita and had this secret?
Barrymore’s character, who suddenly finds herself craving human flesh, could eat as many body parts onscreen as she wanted.
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