A Quebec production received the seal of approval from the New York Times. In a way is one of the 30 shows to watch this winter, according to the American daily.

Produced by Sphere Media (Cerebrum, One Way, Transplant), the comedy-drama appears alongside HBO big guns like The Regime (with Kate Winslet) and True Detective: Night Country (with Jodie Foster).

Filmed in English and offered in French on ICI Tou.tv Extra, In some sort (Sort Of, in original version) paints the portrait of Sabi Mehboob, a millennial with varying orientations, straddling several identities: bartender in a bar/bookstore LGBTQ, youngest child of a Pakistani family and de facto parent of a hipster family in downtown Toronto. According to the New York Times, Somehow is “content, perfectly paced, and self-consciously whimsical.”

Full of good feelings, this coming-of-age story is broadcast on CBC in English Canada. The series is also distributed in the United States on HBO Max. The New York Times also selected series like Expats, a Prime Video offering starring Nicole Kidman, Avatar: The Last Airbender, which is expected on Netflix on February 22, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, which will begin its 12th and final season February 4 on HBO.