By Mark Bautz
Updated March 17, 2020 at 02:41 AM EDT
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This offbeat funeral-home drama might not have the certified musical cred of its HBO peer The Sopranos, but it shares a taste for the eclectic — and mostly succeeds. The leap from Peggy Lee’s brassy jazz-pop to PJ Harvey’s crunching guitars to Shuggie Otis’ loose-limbed soul is admirably bold. But it’s the drum-crashing techno remixes of Thomas Newman’s (American Beauty) haunting theme that pose the ultimate question: Should death ever sound this good?

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