Watch This: Trailer for Season 2 of GLOW

I loved season 1 of GLOW so much! I can’t wait for season 2. Netflix released a trailer for the new season. Lip syncing is involved. Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Season 2 of GLOW”

Review: Lost in Space

The 2018 version of Lost in Space from Netflix is a slick looking space drama about the Robinson family and their struggles to survive on an unknown planet. It’s full of excitement and relationship drama. Continue reading “Review: Lost in Space”

Watch This: Trailer for Dear White People Vol. 2

The film Dear White People was good. The TV series Dear White People season 1 was good. Now comes “Volume 2” of Dear White People to Netflix on May 4. It promises to be good! Continue reading “Watch This: Trailer for Dear White People Vol. 2”

Review: Detective Anna (Anna-detektiv)

Detective Anna (Anna-detektiv) is a Russian series now on Amazon Video. It features a 19 year old detective with the ability to communicate with the dead. Continue reading “Review: Detective Anna (Anna-detektiv)”

Review: Queen Sugar, season 2

Queen Sugar season 2 is now available on Hulu, which is where I watch it since I don’t get OWN. It was actually a great experience to binge the whole 16 episode season on Hulu, even though it took several days. The power, the impact, the brilliance of Queen Sugar just soaks into you when you binge watch it. Continue reading “Review: Queen Sugar, season 2”

Brain Dump: The Birdcage, Imposters, Call the Midwife

A few short thoughts about TV and movies in this issue of a brain dump. Today I’ll take pot shots at The Birdcage, Imposters, and Call the Midwife. Continue reading “Brain Dump: The Birdcage, Imposters, Call the Midwife”

Review: Kiri

Kiri is a four-part drama out of the UK’s channel 4, now streaming on Hulu as the second season of National Treasure. There were no starring roles in this tightly-drawn cast, but the standout player for me was Sarah Lancashire as Miriam Grayson, a social worker. Continue reading “Review: Kiri”

Review: Santa Clarita Diet, season 2

Season 2 of Santa Clarita Diet is even funnier than season 1. This story about a suburban wife, mother and realtor turned into a flesh eating member of the undead sounds like it would be terrible, but it’s really good. Continue reading “Review: Santa Clarita Diet, season 2”

Review: Acceptable Risk

Acceptable Risk is an Irish mini-series about a woman whose husband is murdered while he’s on a business trip to Montreal. Continue reading “Review: Acceptable Risk”

Roseanne is Back

Roseanne is back with the same cast members playing the same characters in the Conner family that we laughed with back in the 1990s. They’re all grown up and older, but are they any wiser? I thought the premier episode was true to the original and had a few good laughs. Continue reading “Roseanne is Back”