5 reasons you can’t miss Close Enough on HBO

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4. The characters are incredibly relatable.

As previously mentioned, Close Enough is geared toward a different audience than Regular Show. We’ve all seen the variety of “adulting is hard” and “what being a millennial is like” memes on the internet.

Close Enough takes all of those ideas and turns them into a full-length animated television show. It’s extremely relatable, especially if you’re in your late 20s or 30s. I can’t count how many times I watched the first season and thought to myself, “wow, I feel that.” But in a hilarious way!

Even some of the more depressing truths about our generation are tackled with levity, it makes growing up feel a little less scary when you realize a lot of us are dealing with the same things.

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3. The voice acting is great!

You’ll likely recognize several of the voices in the cast. The show features two Orange Is the New Black alums in Danielle Brooks and Kimiko Glenn. Also, you’ll recognize several Regular Show favorites, too, obviously, such as Quintel who voices the main character, Josh.

Jason Mantzoukas is a popular actor, as well, appearing in other shows like Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Parks and Recreation and Big Mouth. Basically everyone is excellent with their voice acting and there is tons to love!