This The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel review contains no spoilers.
Midge Maisel’s radical pivot has effected everyone in her life. Mostly we hear them grousing – blaming her, lamenting her unwillingness to fall back in line. But, more than the previous two, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel season 3 shows how Midge’s gambit has opened up a world of possibility for others in her life, encouraging them to find their own passions and stand up for themselves.
The most obvious glow-up is Joel, who went from the object of extreme audience hatred to a legitimate ‘ship. Or, in non-stan terms, went from an absolute putz to a man who actually stands for something. Abe and Rose have their own journeys, as do Moishe and Shirley, though the elder Maisels have somewhat less radical dreams.