‘Insecure’s’ Final Season Is Gratifying, but Illustrates Difficulty of Depicting Growth: TV Review

‘Insecure’s’ Final Season Is Gratifying, but Illustrates Difficulty of Depicting Growth: TV Review
The fifth and final season of “Insecure” begins with Issa (played by series co-creator Issa Rae) looking back: Her character chats with a college-era version of herself in the mirror, with young Issa wondering what the future will hold.

It’s a clever way to recap how far the character has come since the show began. Her conversation with herself takes place during a visit to her alma mater, Stanford, to speak on a panel of accomplished young alums. She now runs a multimedia company whose name she can never precisely remember and whose mission is connecting talented Black artists with resources.
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