Review: High Seas (Alta Mar), season 2

Season 2 of High Seas (Alta mar) was stronger in terms of plotting than season 1. The scenes of the ship sailing on the ocean looked a little better as well. I think Netflix decided to invest more money in this series when they saw it was a hit, and it shows. The Spanish series has been renewed for at least 4 seasons.

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Review: The Crown, season 3

The Crown, season 3, has an all new cast but the same royal family we enjoyed getting to know in previous seasons. The switch to older actors in the royal roles is hardly an awareness blip as the new cast takes over with brilliant work all round.

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The Revolutionary Vibe of Batwoman

Good heavens, people, Batwoman is doing revolutionary things in every episode. I’m talking about gay pride, about openly being a lesbian superhero.

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Review: The Good Karma Hospital, season 3

The Good Karma Hospital, set in India, comes to AcornTV by way of the UK. In season 3 the group of doctors and nurses who work at the hospital are joined by a few new castmates who shake things up at bit. There are some minor spoilers ahead.

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Review: The Man in the High Castle, season 4

The Man in the High Castle, season 4, brought the long sci fi saga of a multiverse of worlds to an end. The world most of the story sits firmly in is where the US lost WWII and Germany and Japan have divided the former US between them.

If you’re reading this, I assume you’ve watched earlier seasons of the series and I don’t need to explain the premise behind this science fiction thriller here.

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Revisiting Limetown after season 1 ended

I wrote about Limetown after seeing only the first 4 episodes of this Facebook Watch series. Now I’ve seen all of the first season and wanted to update some thoughts on the series.

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Review: The Secret of Crickley Hall

Ghosts get stirred up in The Secret of Crickley Hall, a 2012 BBC horror series on Hulu and several other streamers. Suranne Jones stars, which means it must be watched.

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Review The Man Without Gravity (L’uomo senza gravità)

The Man Without Gravity (L’uomo senza gravità) comes from Italy. It uses magical realism to tell the story of a lonely outsider who struggles to be accepted and find happiness. There are spoilers ahead.

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Review: Shine On with Reese

In Shine On with Reese, Reese Witherspoon interviews women who have achieved a great deal in a number of different fields. The women she talked with were smart and interesting.

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Review: Let It Snow

Let it Snow presents a new and different look at the holiday staple romcom. Let it Snow is about high school kids for one thing. For another thing, one of the romances is between two girls. That’s making history, I think. Finally, it’s funny.

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