Review: Catastrophe, season 3

Rob (Rob Delaney) and Sharon (Sharon Horgan) are back in season 3 of Amazon’s Original comedy Catastrophe. Things have changed for this couple. This is a review of season 3, with only minor spoilers. Continue reading “Review: Catastrophe, season 3”

Watch This: The Trailer for The Defenders

The Defenders doesn’t start on Netflix until August 18, 2017 but we have the first trailer. And it features some of my favorite Marvel women! Continue reading “Watch This: The Trailer for The Defenders”

Watch This: Trailer for House of Cards season 5

House of Cards season 5 begins on Netflix on May 30. The creepy President Frank Underwood (Kevin Spacey) sounds even creepier in this trailer. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for House of Cards season 5”

Review: Dear White People the TV series

Dear White People the series picks up where the movie ended. We go back to the black-face Halloween party and see it from several students’ perspectives. The technique of replaying important events from different characters’ points of view is used to great effect in the TV series. Continue reading “Review: Dear White People the TV series”

Mary Kills People, S1 E2, The River Styx

In the second episode of Mary Kills People, “The River Styx,” Dr. Mary Harris (Caroline Dhavernas) finds out she’s in danger from the police. This is a recap of episode 2. There will be spoilers. Continue reading “Mary Kills People, S1 E2, The River Styx”

Review: Girlboss, Season One

Girlboss is a new Netflix original comedy series starring Britt Robertson as Sophia, an immature, over-emotional 23 year old slacker who finds her passion and develops an online fashion business. Continue reading “Review: Girlboss, Season One”

Mary Kills People, S1 E1 “Bloody Mary”

Canadian series Mary Kills People is now playing in the US on LifetimeTV on Sunday nights. This is a recap of the first episode of the 6 episode first season. Continue reading “Mary Kills People, S1 E1 “Bloody Mary””

A #HappyValleyTV hashtag Would be Welcome: What do you Think?

I use the hashtag #HappyValley on Twitter to see what people are saying about Happy Valley, the master work from Sally Wainwright.

Every time I do, the Twitter timeline is full of conversation about real places called Happy Valley. You have to sift through all that to find tweets about the TV show Happy Valley.

Why don’t we all agree to change the hashtag? #HappyValleyTV would work, wouldn’t it? Only two more characters, yet distinct from the tweets about actual places. We just have to publicize the idea enough that all the Happy Valley fans pick up on it.

Do you like the idea? Will you help spread the word if you do?