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HBO's Barry comes to a bittersweet end after four seasons

Barry is one of the greatest HBO shows ever made, and it's series finale is on Sunday May 28. TV writers join the podcast to discuss us what made the show so unique.

Vulture’s Ben Rosenstock and The Hollywood Reporter’s Angie Han discuss what made the show so unique

An unshaven man in a white T-shirt looks forlorn in front of a security fence.
Bill Hader stars in Barry. The fourth and final season airs on HBO from April 16 until May 28. (Courtesy Bell Media/HBO)

This Sunday, Barry, one of the greatest HBO shows ever will air it's series finale after four nail-biting seasons. As Bill Hader's bleak hit-man comedy approaches its series finale, Vulture's Ben Rosenstock and The Hollywood Reporter's Angie Han tell us what made the show so unique, and why it feels criminally underrated. 

The series finale of Barry will be available for streaming on May 28.

WATCH | Official trailer for HBO's Barry Season 4:

You can listen to the full discussion from today's show on CBC Listen or on our podcast, Commotion with Elamin Abdelmahmoud, available wherever you get your podcasts.


Panel produced by Stuart Berman.