Ballers season three has some true gem laugh out loud moments, including but not limited to a very satisfying dinner party fight, pro-football client emotional bipolar post concussion drama and cannabiniod problems for one of Spencers’ clients when he fails the leagues urine test. One could almost keep up with the drama if Spencers’ top lady weren't on the opposite side of the biggest deal of his life, and one didn't feel for his anxiety over his fertility issues and waffling over whether or not to take a break and do family instead. As luck would have it, all the usual swag and the rest of the supporting cast really are given a chance to shine, perhaps foreshadowing decisions to be made in future episodes. While not the most feminist show and certainly not the most PG-13rated episodes there's still plenty of 'powerhouse' female roles and dry wit aka top notch screen writing to keep viewers happy.
Reviewed by Ellen A on Feb 18, 2019
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