Atypical is one of the best TV shows on Netflix. This is the only show that involves the viewers in different situations of recent times. There will be some criticism about the stereotypical nature of Sam’s character and some might be offended at times and say that autism is not a laughing matter.
Firstly, Sam’s character IS a stereotype. Obviously people with autism do not display all the same characteristics. None of us do. Sam’s many stereotypical personality traits are just designed to show us a large number of difficulties that many people on the spectrum face. Be happy. It’s raising awareness!
Secondly, while Autism is definitely not a laughing matter, Atypical IS very funny at times. Sam comes out with questions and statements which are direct and often inappropriate and yes, the script is very sharp. But to anyone who suggests the material is not appropriate or is in any way insulting to those with autism, I would suggest that the prejudice lies in their own heads.
This is because Atypical presents us with a hugely charming young man with a sense of humor. Yesterday, Netflix made an announcement about the Atypical Season 3. The series will hit the cinemas on 1st November 2019, at the midnight of Halloween event.
Along with the premiere, Netflix also revealing pictures for initial look of the show. And these pictures may include the following which is uploading on Twitter.
— See What's Next (@seewhatsnext) October 1, 2019
This time McCormack, and Sara Gilbert will grace the show as the leading cast. Moreover, keep in touch with usupdates to know more about the upcoming shows and movies.
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