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The Good Place is shown on television in Canada by Global, but they do not stream the program online. The first three seasons of the show are available on Netflix. Season 4 is available on Global's website with a TV provider login. It is also available on Amazon Prime Video if you have the $12.99/month STACKTV add-on.


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SHOW INFO

Status: Cancelled/Completed

Premiere: September 19, 2016
End Date: January 30, 2020

Category: Comedy
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance


 



REVIEWS

85

  • 97% 97%

  • 81% 81%
  • 78% 78%
The Good Place

The Good Place is shown on television in Canada by Global, but they do not stream the program online. The first three seasons of the show are available on Netflix. Season 4 is available on Global's website with a TV provider login. It is also available on Amazon Prime Video if you have the $12.99/month STACKTV add-on.


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SHOW INFO

Status: Wrapped

Premiere: September 19, 2016
End Date: January 30, 2020

Category: Comedy
Genres: Comedy, Drama, Fantasy, Romance




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REVIEWS

85*

  • 97% 97%
  • 81% 81%
  • 78% 78%

*This is the show’s PeakTV score. It is an average of this show’s Metacritic, IMDb and Rotten Tomatoes ratings.

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SUMMARY

American Eleanor Shellstrop has just passed away, her spirit’s final resting place being “the good place” (as opposed to “the bad place” where most go after they die). Spirits in the good place live in specially designed neighborhoods – Michael being the architect of Eleanor’s neighborhood – with a small group of the best of other good spirits. All spirits are paired with soul mates, Eleanor’s being a Senagalese ethicist named Chidi Anagonye. The entire situation is meant to be paradise for the residents, but this Eleanor Shellstrop is not the Eleanor Shellstrop Michael believes her to be, this Eleanor was selfish and self-absorbed, an attitude she takes into the good place. Based partly on what little she knows about the bad place, Eleanor wants to stay in the good place, which means that she is constantly looking over her shoulder so as not to be caught as a fraud, specifically by Michael. She also wants to turn her attitude around so that she deserves to be there, which she hopes to do with the help of her soul mate. But if Eleanor does not belong in the neighborhood, what else could be wrong with the good place?

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SUMMARY

American Eleanor Shellstrop has just passed away, her spirit’s final resting place being “the good place” (as opposed to “the bad place” where most go after they die). Spirits in the good place live in specially designed neighborhoods – Michael being the architect of Eleanor’s neighborhood – with a small group of the best of other good spirits. All spirits are paired with soul mates, Eleanor’s being a Senagalese ethicist named Chidi Anagonye. The entire situation is meant to be paradise for the residents, but this Eleanor Shellstrop is not the Eleanor Shellstrop Michael believes her to be, this Eleanor was selfish and self-absorbed, an attitude she takes into the good place. Based partly on what little she knows about the bad place, Eleanor wants to stay in the good place, which means that she is constantly looking over her shoulder so as not to be caught as a fraud, specifically by Michael. She also wants to turn her attitude around so that she deserves to be there, which she hopes to do with the help of her soul mate. But if Eleanor does not belong in the neighborhood, what else could be wrong with the good place?

 

RELATED NEWS

 

 
‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘The Good Place’ Took Us to Hell and Back 
‘BoJack Horseman’ and ‘The Good Place’ Took Us to Hell and Back 

TV’s two great moral comedies, both ending this week, showed us that doing the right thing in a fallen world is a group effort.

January 29, 2020  NY Times 
January 29, 2020  NY Times 
‘The Good Place’ Finale Finds the Meaning of Life: ‘Yep, Nailed It’ 
‘The Good Place’ Finale Finds the Meaning of Life: ‘Yep, Nailed It’ 

Just kidding. The creator of the acclaimed sitcom, Michael Schur, discusses political parallels, silly tortures and what the show had to say about “the impossibility of being alive.”

January 28, 2020  NY Times 
January 28, 2020  NY Times 

This show page was last updated February 21, 2020 11:37 pm

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