Since Amazon's comedy hit "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel" dropped at the end of last year, all anyone can talk about is the enviable costumes and the quick-witted writing. And now that the show scooped up two major Golden Globes on Sunday—best actress in a comedy series or musical and best TV series, comedy—the 8-episode first season, which is already renewed for a second, is sure to get plenty of new fans.
As a self-professed Amy Sherman-Palladino—the show's creator and co-director—mega fan, I won't deny that the theatrical photography and ASP-signature lightning speed dialogue of protagonist Rachel Brosnahan, who plays zippy young housewife-turned-comedian Miriam "Midge" Maisel, instantly sucked me in. But to be honest, I just can't stop crushing on the show's marvelous (sorry, had to do it) mid-century interiors.
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