Netflix’s Wednesday is compelling and mischievous at every turn, with Jenna Ortega bringing some of the finest performances to our screens.
Mythic Quest Season 3 is the series at its best. After two hilarious and heartfelt seasons, the streak continues with more humor and surprising dynamics.
There is no denying the fact that Amazon Prime’s Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power is off to a promising, immersive start.
Apple TV’s Loot is a star studded series that’s dazzling with fantastic and hilariously charming performances.
Only Murders in the Building Season 2 upholds the charm that gravitated viewers last fall with a new crime that’s bigger than Tim Kono and The Arconia was ever prepared for.
‘Bridgerton’ Season 2 Features Brilliant Performances, But The Story Swings Outside The Book’s Wickets
Bridgerton Season 2 is full of exceptional performances that make every moment worthwhile, even through the swings and misses.
Netflix’s Vikings: Valhalla is worth watching for a myriad of reasons, but primarily for its riveting character arcs.
Hulu’s How I Met Your Father is full of potential and given a bit more time, the series’ future could be promising.
Cobra Kai Season 4 goes to extreme lengths in the name of karate while intrinsically finding a kind of balance that works best for this show.
New Amsterdam “Talkin’ ‘Bout a Revolution” is an excellent way to start the New Year with intriguing storylines for most characters.
The Witcher Season 2 has something for everybody who’s a fan of the series, and it knows precisely where it’s going this time around.
Amazon Prime’s The Expanse Season 6 is off to a strong, explosive start with the first episode that preludes much of what’s to come.
New Amsterdam 4×10, “Death is the Rule. Life is the Exception,” is the kind of episode that hits all the right emotional marks.
NBC’s New Amsterdam’s season 4 premiere “More Joy” is full of plenty, but it’s a Sharpwin (Max and Helen) shipper’s dream come true.
Lucifer‘s final season is a spiffing curtain call that is bound to leave a lasting mark. It’s a culmination of six years full of intricate, thought-provoking storytelling and exquisite character … Continue Reading Lucifer’s Final Season is a Spiffing Curtain Call
When the Ted Lasso trailer promised that kindness was making a comeback, they delivered. The season two premiere, “Goodbye Earl” is aces.
In initially pitching Virgin River to me, people kept stating: “it’s just like Hart of Dixie,” and while similarities could have been drawn in the past, especially given Tim Matheson’s … Continue Reading ‘Virgin River’ Season 3 Brings Heat and Drama
If the title of this advanced review wasn’t dramatic, it would be an utter disservice to what Schmigadoon! actually is—a deliriously delicious spectacle. For starters, if you know anything about … Continue Reading ‘Schmigadoon!’: The Deliriously Delicious Spectacle
Shadow and Bone is moving, enticing, and the next best thing in fantasy.