Review: Sharp Objects

Sharp Objects is dark and progressively more frightening as the 8 episode HBO mini series rolls. It’s full of brilliant performances built around a slowly revealed mystery.

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Review: Big Little Lies, season 1

When I read Liane Moriarty’s 2014 novel Big Little Lies I thought it was one of the best-written novels I’d ever read. Since then I’ve read everything I can find by Liane Moriarty. The novel became a TV series, created and written by David E. Kelley. It’s almost as good as the book.

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Gentleman Jack: A Look at Episode 1

Like any true fan of Sally Wainwright’s writing, I’ve been eagerly awaiting the series Gentleman Jack. Episode 1 aired last night: I’ll take a look at a few of the things that struck me about the first episode.

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Watch This: Trailer for Miss Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries

Miss Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries is a spin off from the delightful Australian series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries. The new series premieres on Acorn TV on Monday, April 29, 2019.

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Review: Quicksand, a Swedish drama series

Quicksand opens with 5 gunshots, a bloody classroom, and a stunned young woman named Maja (Hanna Ardéhn) sitting speechless and uninjured amid the chaos. Minor spoilers ahead.

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Review: Queen Sugar, season 3

It feels like it takes years and years for each season of Queen Sugar to reach Hulu, where I anxiously wait to watch it. Season 3 finally made it there. And, of course, I watched it. You can see all 3 seasons on Hulu.

Queen Sugar continues to be a well written, well acted, beautifully touching story about the extended Bordelon family and their history on the land.

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Most Beautiful Thing (Coisa Mais Linda)

Most Beautiful Thing (Coisa Mais Linda) is a Brazilian series on Netflix. Set in 1959 Rio de Janeiro, the series features 4 leading women who break every convention.

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Killing Eve: Do You Know How to Dispose of a Body?

Season Two of Killing Eve opened with “Do You Know How to Dispose of a Body?” The episode began 30 seconds after the stabbing at end of season 1. While there are spoilers ahead, I will mainly talk about how new series writer Emerald Fennell stepped up to keep our beloved characters and story going.

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Review: Santa Clarita Diet, season 3

Santa Clarita Diet hit its Sophomore Slump in season 3. It lost its spark, it got stale. There weren’t enough surprises, turns, or new ideas.

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Review: In Plain Sight, season 1

In Plain Sight was a TV series running from 2008 to 2012. All 5 seasons are available on Amazon Video, YouTube, iTunes and elsewhere. I loved it when it was originally out, and I recently got hooked on watching it again. Here’s a look at season 1. If you missed this series the first time around, it’s a good one to check out now.

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