What makes Waller-Bridge’s work universally accessible is her deeply flawed yet somehow redeemable and completely human characters.
Her biggest strength is her ability to write characters that are constantly teetering on the brink of emotional collapse, torn between staying on solid ground or risking it all with an impulsive decision.
Whatever the decision may be, we can trust Waller-Bridge with the characters we’ve come to love and can expect their arcs to unravel as the story progresses.
Though it feels like everything the creator is associated with becomes an undeniable success, that isn’t always the case.
Even those that have left no stone unturned for Waller-Bridge have somehow glossed over Run, a one-season wonder starring Merritt Wever and Domhnall Gleeson that the Fleabag creator executive produced.
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