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Carla Gugino, Melissa Benoist, Natasha Behnam, and Christina Elmore in The Girls on the Bus

The Girls on the Bus review, women power takes a ride

The Girls on the Bus takes four different women journalists and puts them on a bus following after a candidate for President. The political aspect of the story forms the background for the central relationship between the women.

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Karrie Martin, Carlos Santos and J.J. Soria in Gentefied

Review: Gentefied

Gentefied is a Spanglish mashup of gente (people) and gentrified that perfectly expresses what this bilingual comedy series on Netflix is about.

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Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in Grace and Frankie

Review: Grace and Frankie, season 6

Grace and Frankie maintains its edge in season 6 with humor, the realities of aging, love, and friendship forming the base of the storytelling. Things have changed quite a bit by the end of the season. Season 7 is already

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Logan Browning in Dear White People

Review: Dear White People, Vol. 3

Dear White People, vol. 3, continues to make fun of modern life with its racial problems and insane politics. It even makes fun of the show itself. It’s fresh, funny, brutally pointed and honest. As with previous seasons, I completely

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