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The Marvelous Mrs Maisel Season 5 Review

Midge is ready to make a big impact on the comedy scene. She’s more determined than ever to take her career by storm in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s fifth and final season, which premieres on April 14. It’s no secret that the show is a labor of love from creator Amy Sherman-Palladino and husband Daniel Palladino. Their work has earned the series 20 Emmy nominations, and it’s clear to see that they’ve worked long and hard to capture the 1950s period with authentic detail. From the cars to the clothes to the kitchenware, everything in this Golden Globe-winning Amazon Original series is a masterpiece of period detail.

What Drives Midge’s Dreams? The plot of this incredibly funny and clever show is simple: A 1950s housewife turns to stand-up comedy after her husband leaves her for his secretary. But it’s how the series sells the 1950s storyline, dialogue and timing that makes this show so incredibly effective. Rachel Brosnahan, who plays Midge, is clearly a natural for the role. She’s got a keen eye for character and a hilarious way to deliver lines.

She’s also a master of creating and selling her character’s unique voice. Her snarky, foul-mouthed manager Susie Myerson is the perfect foil for Midge’s over-the-top ego.

But what really drives her isn’t just her comedic timing, it’s her desire to be the best. That’s why it’s so fascinating to watch her go from a struggling housewife to a successful stand-up comedian in just a few short episodes.

Amid the chaos of her new stand-up career, Midge has a lot to deal with. She’s got her mother (played by Marin Hinkle), her foul-mouthed manager Susie Myerson and her estranged husband Joel, who moonlights as a stand-up comic but has recently left her for his secretary, played by Alex Borstein.

As Midge starts to re-enter the stand-up circuit, she stumbles into a dinky Greenwich Village comedy club, drunk off of Manischewitz wine and wearing only a frilly slip under her bell coat. She gets arrested, but she comes away with a rap sheet and the determination to get her career back on track.

That determination is a big part of the show’s charm, and it’s why many fans are eager to see how this beloved series ends. The show’s producers have said that they plan to end the series with Season 5, which will debut on April 14 and drop one episode per week until the finale on May 26.

With that in mind, Prime Video has unveiled the official trailer for The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s last season, which gives us a glimpse at how this show has impacted the world of comedy.

The trailer opens with Midge declaring that she wants to live her life like a “big girl.” She’s ready to break all the rules and make it big, and she’ll stop at nothing to achieve her goals.

Despite all of her big plans, Midge still has a lot to deal with in the final season. She gets kicked off Shy Baldwin’s tour, but that doesn’t stop her from trying to reclaim her career. She also has to face her mother’s demons.

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