Freeform’s ‘Love in the Time of Corona’ is surprisingly welcome comfort viewing

Freeform's 'Love in the Time of Corona' is surprisingly welcome comfort viewing

Every TV show we’ve watched in 2020 is fantasy.

That’s the simple truth of living through a global pandemic in which close proximity with other human beings is the enemy. You can’t relate to going to a party on Netflix’s Never Have I Ever any more than you can relate to plotting to overthrow a Russian czar on Hulu’s The Great. Even shows that aren’t high fantasy or historical fiction depict a reality that grows more distant every day.

Freeform’s Love in the Time of Corona is one of the rare pieces of media to reach us during the COVID-19 crisis that reflects it directly. Somehow, with a spare production team, committed actors, and the supervision of executive producer Joanna Johnson, it works. Read more…

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