The complex realities of polyamory and "throupling": What happens when this peculiar rom-com fades to black? Can they prove their best, truest, happiest lives really are together, even when it's difficult and more conventional alternatives beckon?
For all [of] its attempts to explore what feels like a contemporary question – is monogamy the only way? – there’s something incredibly earnest and old-fashioned about "You Me Her". There is no suggestion that it’s merely about sex and desire, as emotions and attachments form rapidly, and in fact, what it leans towards is a pretty traditional form of a non-traditional relationship...Nonetheless, there is something charming about it. Poehler and Blanchard are just the right side[s] of sweet, while Priscilla Faia, who plays Izzy, is just the right side of intense. The three-way chemistry is palpable. The lingering shots of Portland are not unpleasant. It sits somewhere between a sex farce and "Sleepless In Seattle", which is not a combination that should be successful, but on occasion, when the jokes land as they should, it hits the spot.--Rebecca Nicholson, The Guardian, February 16, 2017
You Me Her is a highly popular Tv Show.