Netflix’s Sex Education season 3 spends ample time observing human emotions and allowing its characters to grow in the process.
“Beard After Hours” Spoilera Ahead Let me be completely transparent in admitting that I had no idea how to approach this episode review at first. While Ted Lasso’s “Beard After … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×09 “Beard After Hours” Review
Deep breaths, greyhounds. Ted Lasso’s “Man City” might just be one of the most emotional 45 or so minutes on TV right now.
Crip mornings, leaves changing, cozier outfits, and a murder mystery? Need I say more? Hulu’s Only Murders in the Building has all the autumn vibes, and the opening credits alone … Continue Reading ‘Only Murders in the Building’ is the True Crime Podcast Parody We Didn’t Know We Needed
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
“Headspace” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s seventh episode, “Headspace,” written by Phoebe Walsh is the exploration of decision making and going further into the dark forest we were forewarned about. It’s … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×07 “Headspace” Review
“The Signal” Spoilers Ahead Welcome to the smack dab middle of Ted Lasso’s second season, folks—“The Signal”—the impending darkness manifesting itself in the form of an incoming hurricane following a … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×06 “The Signal” Review
“Rainbow” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s fifth episode “Rainbow” written by Bill Wrubel is as close to perfect as it gets. It’s witty, it’s hilarious, it’s emotionally propelled, and it’s structured … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×05 “Rainbow” Review
“Carol of the Bells” Spoilers Ahead If I loved this Christmas special of Ted Lasso less, I might be able to talk about it more. (The sole fact that I’ll … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×04 “Carol of the Bells” Review
“The Good Ones and The Lake House” Spoilers Ahead Brooklyn Nine-Nine has always been the show to take stands because it mattered, and never because it was performative. This show … Continue Reading Brooklyn Nine-Nine’s Final Season Starts Off Strong With “The Good Ones” and “The Lake House”
“Do The Right-est Thing” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso’s third episode of the season, “Do The Right-est Thing” paints its theme clear as day through the title, making sure audience members … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×03 “Do The Right-est Thing” Review
“Lavender” Spoilers Ahead As flowers, lavenders are known to symbolize a plethora of things, including: purity, silence, devotion, caution, serenity, grace, and calmness. There’s beauty to them as well, but … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×02 “Lavender” Review
“Goodbye, Earl” Spoilers Ahead Ted Lasso is back, and hope is still alive. When we left off in “The Hope That Kills You,” the team’s loss against Manchester City brought … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 2×01 “Goodbye, Earl” Review
“The Hope That Kills You” is one of the most hopeful episodes of television I’ve watched in years, and yet so few things about it are actually happy. It’s an … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×10 “The Hope That Kills You” Review
“All Apologies” is the kind of episode that not only changes the trajectory of the character journeys, but it cements the thematic importance of belief that Ted Lasso is grounded … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×09 “All Apologies” Review
“The Diamond Dogs” is everything that a solid A+ episode should be, and it’s the best kind of surprise this show has to offer. Its thematic focus on curiosity and … Continue Reading Ted Lasso 1×08 “The Diamond Dogs” Review