The Hulu show’s second season explores how a misguided pursuit of religious redemption can reveal one’s truest, ugliest self.
The Netflix show tries to expound on his personal narrative in a satirical context, but it just repeats all of the same notes from Black-ish.
Season 2 failed to give Zoë Kravitz’s character the depth of interrogation and analysis granted to its other stars.
The new Hulu series cleverly explores the life experiences of a Millennial man practicing Islam in America. It misses the mark, however, in the depiction of its female characters.