“The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’s appeal is manifold. Though aspiring standup comedian Midge can get pretty far on charisma alone, the show’s sumptuous attention to the period detail of 1950s New York City and eye-popping, stylized world-building has brought it a layer of prestige sheen not seen since the midcentury modern delights of Mad Men. But in Season 2, creator Amy Sherman-Palladino wanted to go bigger, bringing the signature heightened aesthetic of Mrs. Maisel to two new locations — Paris and the Catskills.” – BUSTLE

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