Nicola Coughlan in Bridgerton

Bridgerton season 3 review

Bridgerton, season 3, continues the story of the Bridgerton family, the high society world they moved in, and brings the mysterious Lady Whistledown out into the open. This series is an endless Regency period soap opera. I can’t stop watching […]

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Dakota Johnson in Am I OK?

Am I OK? Female friendship and coming out

Am I OK? has had a mixed reception. It was written by Lauren Pomerantz and directed by Stephanie Allynne and Tig Notaro. It stars Dakota Johnson and Kiersey Clemons. With those credentials, I pretty much HAD to watch it.

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Jeffrey Wright in American Fiction

American Fiction: It’s a white people problem

American Fiction is a satire dealing with how white people believe Black people should be portrayed as ghettoized, badly spoken, violent and dangerous. It had some good moments and points to make, but it was all rendered into a tropey

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Katherine Barrell in Clickbait: Unfollowed

Clickbait: Unfollowed is a social media horror story

Clickbait: Unfollowed comes from the cracked minds of Katherine Barrell and Melanie Scrofano. These two Wynonna Earp alums teamed up to make a funny and gross horror story about social media. They wrote it, directed it, and star in it.

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Emily Carey in Geek Girl

Geek Girl review: Neurodivergence for the win!

Geek Girl is a lively comedy series about a teen who accidentally becomes a well known model. She was neurodivergent, although never labeled as such in the series. She was brilliant but socially awkward, bullied at school as a geek,

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Steve Martin then and now

Steve! (Martin): A Documentary in 2 Pieces

Steve! (Martin): A Documentary in 2 Pieces explores the career of Steve Martin from a Then vs. Now perspective. The first 15 years of his career as a stand up comic with an arrow through his head make up ‘Then.’

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Nicole Wallace in Raising Voices

Raising Voices review, Spanish #MeToo series set in a high school

Raising Voices (Ni una más) starts slow with a couple of episodes introducing us to four teen girls who are friends. It feels very slight. By episode three the thematic elements of feminism, misogyny, and sexual assault have been introduced.

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The cast of We Are Lady Parts in a group hug

We Are Lady Parts, season 2, a total delight

We Are Lady Parts, season 2, is somehow even better than the wonderful season 1. The four Muslim women punk rockers get the chance to put out an album to finally get the attention they deserve.

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Jemima Rooper in Lost in Austen

Lost in Austen review: fantasy romp through Pride and Prejudice

Lost in Austen is a nearly 20 year old mini-series about a modern woman who finds herself living in Jane Austen’s fictional world of Pride and Prejudice with Elisabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy. I found it a hoot – clever

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Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder in Hacks

Hacks, season 3, improving on excellence

Hacks keeps getting better and better. In season 3 (season 4 has already been approved) the character growth and relationships deepen and become more revealing and more vulnerable. Jean Smart and Hannah Einbinder lead a huge ensemble cast through 9

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