Jack’s gross sales group—Shirley (Haneefah Wooden), Herb (Dewshane Williams), and Eddie (Hank Azaria), plus newcomer Joey (Nicholas Podany)—toil promoting the goals and alternatives that Brightside Lunar Residences characterize, however all of them have completely different motivations lurking under the floor. The writing on Hey Tomorrow! fleshes out every character in methods each broad and nuanced. For instance, Eddie is a playing addict who is aware of he ought to repay his dangerously mounting money owed, however he has a tough time doing the suitable factor (and an all too straightforward time doing the flawed factor). He’s extraordinarily aggressive, significantly in relation to his gross sales rival, the tightly wound Herb. He additionally has a spicy romantic relationship with the no-nonsense Shirley; on paper, they’re an apparent mismatch, however in some way the chemistry works.
We in a short time get a way of all of the supporting gamers, although the naive Joey—who joins the group at Jack’s insistence, not realizing his new boss is his long-lost father—feels just like the character whose arc will shift essentially the most because the season progresses. That mentioned, we encounter extra key characters alongside the best way, like Myrtle (Alison Capsule), a annoyed housewife who upends her life to pursue a brand new, lunar one… with rage to spare when Brightside doesn’t instantly ship. The zippy tempo of the present (every episode is round half-hour) feels precisely proper to maintain monitor of all of the unfolding dramas.