Vengeance Takes Time (Series Review: The English)

An aristocratic Englishwoman embarks on a journey of retribution in the American West to avenge the death of her son, aided by a Pawnee scout who wants to put the Civil War behind him. A blistering and deeply felt drama. Continue Reading →


It’s Not Like This with Other People (Series Review: Normal People)

Quietly groundbreaking, the story of two Irish teens as they navigate an intense attraction while struggling to make their way in the world. Continue Reading →


I (Think) I Know What I Saw (Series Review: “The Woman in the House Across the Street from the Girl in the Window”)

A sneaky send-up of the literary pot-boiler genre that still manages to surprise with humor and pathos, saved from silliness by star Kristen Bell. Continue Reading →


A Clean Start (Series Review: “Maid”)

SnapShot Plot Based on the real-life memoir by best-selling author, Stephanie Land, entitled “Maid: Hard Work, Low Pay, and a Mother’s Will to Survive”, this 10-part dramatic series stars Margaret Qualley in a star-making role … Continue Reading →


Who Killed Tim Kono? (Series Review: “Only Murders in the Building”)

A delightfully sneaky send-up of true crime fandom in the podcast culture, with a nod to the eccentricities of Uptown NYC lifestyles. Continue Reading →


A Sanctified Servitude (Series Review: “The Handmaid’s Tale”)

A Feminist Dystopian nightmare serves as exceptional TV and socio-political cautionary tale. Chilling on all counts.
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Stranded Sisters (Series Review: “The Wilds”)

A captivating series about a group of troubled teenaged girls stranded on a deserted island. It’s ‘Lost’ meets ‘Lord of the Flies’ with a Feminist ‘Hunger Games’ chaser.

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