Sometimes, you may find yourself looking for a show that explores life from an, um, different perspective. That, uh, path takes you on a journey of topics that you, um, aren’t that familiar with. In 2020, you remember really enjoying the first season of HOW TO WITH JOHN WILSON, and, uh, you’re sad to hear that this third season will be the last. You wish that, uh, more people watched John Wilson, since he has a way of exploring life that, um, really reflects on your own.

Since this is the final season uh, you want to say that you wished you could’ve sit back, relaxed, and enjoyed it. Sadly, though, the season took a, um, weird turn into topics and subjects you weren’t fully comfortable exploring. Topics like cryogenics, pumpkins, sex addiction, and, uh, a whole lot more. And the weirdness, um, of those scenes don’t always make you feel right.

It’s, uh, kinda a shame, too, since you’ve been supporting John Wilson and telling others to watch his show. The reason you fell in love with him in the first place was because he, um, could tell a story that was different, and it always had a lot of heart. Yet, uh, this season strangely lost the heart at times and instead replaced it with scenarios that were better left for the, um, birds.

After completing the season, you are still extremely thankful for John Wilson. Yet, you couldn’t help but think, season 3 could’ve been, um, so much more. Ultimately, you are satisfied with the last season and will support John Wilson in whatever he does next. But you hope that he goes back to explore more touching topics like his neighbor and, uh, COVID.

The entire final season, um, is available to stream on Max.

Aaron "Dobler" Goldstein

Aaron Goldstein is a Product Manager by day, ludicrous speed content consumer by night. He’s a LA Film School Alumni and TV Academy / Producers Guild of America member. Aaron is a proud parent and dad joke enthusiast.

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