Rachel Bloom is back as Rebecca for a third season of the dazzling musical comedy with its clever takedowns of sexism and awareness of mental health

Not many shows feature song and dance numbers about violent obsessions. But then Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – the third outing of which just landed on Netflix – wears its musical sadcom credentials proudly. Indeed, the season started with titular ex, Rebecca, too depressed and humiliated to get out of bed – a sure sign that the laughs are unlikely to get any lighter this time around.

As for the music, there were power ballads on wallowing in a fugue of self-hatred and big Broadway numbers, in which characters spontaneously burst into song while pirouetting across the screen.

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Mental health is a level of psychological well-being, or an absence of a mental disorder; it is the "psychological state of someone who is functioning at a satisfactory level of emotional and behavioral adjustment".