Presented on Elizabeth Banks’s Whohaha streaming platform, the Web series Cannabis Moms Club is strictly a customer-experience fandango, an ensemble comedy about a quintet of affluent moms who get together under flimsy pretenses to share a communal toke.

The pot fumes wafting across our screens will soon be approaching smog-alert levels as a slew of new shows pick up where Weeds left off, converting script pages into rolling papers in hopes of delivering a contact high.

There’s HBO’s High Maintenance, based on the Web series about a pot-delivery dude known only as “The Guy” and the revolving cast of customers he meets each week on his appointed rounds—a hip updating of anthology series of yore that prioritized character studies over plot mechanics and provided mini-showcases for naturalistic portraitures (The Naked City for today’s post-Freudian neurotics).

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