Grief makes us illogical. We say things to the grieving that hold no weight and make no sense, and in grieving ourselves we act strangely. In one moment we don’t feel like doing anything at all, or anything substantial. In the next we’re suddenly compelled to dance.
This sums up what happens in “Dead to Me,” a breezy, shallow comedy about an angry, grieving woman searching for her husband’s killer and the friend she makes along the way.
Number of Episodes: 10
Runtime: 6 hours
Rotten Tomatoes: 88%
Dead to me now streaming on Netflix