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TV Review: Here And Now Makes You Stay And Watch Humanity

Synopsis: On the surface, the Bayer-Boatwrights of Portland, Ore. are the model of a progressive, multiracial family. Greg is a respected philosophy professor and author; his wife, Audrey, is a former therapist turned conflict-resolution consultant for middle and high schools. Greg and Audrey have three adopted children, Ashley, Duc and Ramon, and a biological daughter,… Continue reading TV Review: Here And Now Makes You Stay And Watch Humanity

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TV Preview: Everything Sucks! Will Be Really Good

Everything Sucks! Premiere SYNOPSIS! The 90s high school experience: Desperate, heartfelt, awkward, exciting, and free of smart phones. Set in the real life town of Boring, Oregon in 1996, EverythingSucks! is a quirky, funny coming of age story that revolves around Boring High School’s A/V Club and Drama Club— two crews of nerdy-edgy outsiders, who… Continue reading TV Preview: Everything Sucks! Will Be Really Good

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TV Review: The Alienist Continues Its Season Observing Social Honesty

As seen by my previous The Alienist review, its season continues with exemplar story-telling and subtle notes that pander to current, political tones. In a time when everybody, even if for different reasons, believes government is corrupt. The Alienist reminds us that it is not so much conspiracy that obstructs justice but the wealthy. Social scandal… Continue reading TV Review: The Alienist Continues Its Season Observing Social Honesty

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TV Review: Another Period Shows Time Does Not Change Much For Women

I LOVE Another Period. It is crass, gross, and completely inappropriate. It is unabashed in its outlandishness, and it seems perfect to take on topics like, feminism, women’s rights, and equality. Sure, the premise is in another period, but the show rises in revealing people do not change. As the season continues, the Bellacourt sisters… Continue reading TV Review: Another Period Shows Time Does Not Change Much For Women

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TV Review: THE ALIENIST IS SUPER CREEPY!!!!!!!!!!

The Alienist opens when a series of haunting murders of boy prostitutes grips New York City. Newly appointed police commissioner Theodore Roosevelt (Brian Geraghty) calls upon criminal psychologist Dr. Laszlo Kreizler (Daniel Brühl) and newspaper illustrator John Moore (LukeEvans) to conduct the investigation in secret. They are joined by Sara Howard (Dakota Fanning), a headstrong… Continue reading TV Review: THE ALIENIST IS SUPER CREEPY!!!!!!!!!!

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TV Review: Corporate Is A Smart Comedy On Work Life Misery

Synopsis: From Pat Bishop, Matt Ingebretson, and Jake Weisman comes a dark, edgy look at life as a Junior-Executive-in-Training at your average, soulless multi-national corporation. Matt and Jake (Ingebretson and Weisman) are at the mercy of a tyrannical CEO Christian DeVille (Lance Reddick) and his top lieutenants, sycophants John and Kate (Adam Lustick and Anne… Continue reading TV Review: Corporate Is A Smart Comedy On Work Life Misery

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TV Review: Runaways Is Taking More Dramatic, Apocalyptic Turns

Runaways absolutely killed in terms of comic books transitioning into television. Its premise is definitely intriguing, superhero kids with villain parents, and as in my last review, the show prospered because it felt young. Like Spiderman Homecoming,  you felt refreshed by these kids’ ordeals, like saving the world from an apocalypse on prom, but also… Continue reading TV Review: Runaways Is Taking More Dramatic, Apocalyptic Turns

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TV Review: Hulu’s Trust Me Is Psychological Drama At Its Finest

Trust Me may seem outlandish in plot. An overworked, underpaid nurse named Cath Hardacre whistleblows that her care ward was not acting so “caring”.  Seems likely right? Then, her best friend Dr. Allison Sutton, conveniently, decides to move to another country, and, incidentally, leaves all the right paperwork for her friend to take her identity… Continue reading TV Review: Hulu’s Trust Me Is Psychological Drama At Its Finest

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TV Review: Hulu’s GameFace Will Leave You Laughing Your Face Off

On November 16, the hit E4 series, GameFace, premieres on HULU, and Roisin Conaty is ONE TO WATCH! Starring and writing the series, Roisin is like Bridget Jones and Larry David had a child, and decided to film her growing up. GameFace is cringingly awkward, quickly-witted, and full of heart. Roisin Conaty plays Marcella; a… Continue reading TV Review: Hulu’s GameFace Will Leave You Laughing Your Face Off

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TV Review: Hulu Brings One of The Best Marvel Adaptations In Runaways

Synopsis: Every teenager thinks their parents are evil. What if you found out they actually were? Marvel’s Runaways is the story of six diverse teenagers who can barely stand each other but who must unite against a common foe – their parents. From the directors/ producers of teen classic, The OC, Josh Swartz and Stephanie… Continue reading TV Review: Hulu Brings One of The Best Marvel Adaptations In Runaways