Co-written by Larry David's daughter, Cazzie David, Eighty-Sixed has fittingly been called Curb Your Enthusiasm for millennials. It's a cheap comparison, but it works. Like its HBO forefather, Eighty-Sixed is cringeworthy, relatable, and fun to watch -- in that sadistic sort of way; just add in more social media predicaments. Sadly, it ended recently with its eighth episode. ("I didn’t want the web series to evolve too much, which would have been inevitable if we kept going," Cazzie has said. "I just wanted it to be this short saga of this girl going through a breakup.") But that doesn't mean you should sleep on it, or its burgeoning team.