Review: Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It
Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It puts the decades in perspective in the documentary story of Rita Moreno. From her humble beginnings in Puerto Rico to her legendary and iconic status now, her life unfolds with love and affection in this documentary.
Brain Dump: Vagrant Queen, Better Things, One Day at a Time, and Black Money Love
Let’s talk briefly about a few things. Specifically Vagrant Queen, Better Things, One Day at a Time and the Turkish series Black Money Love.
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.
Review: One Day at a Time, season 3
One Day at a Time returned for season 3 with laughs, tears, and plenty of hard hitting topics to wrap stories around.
Casting Thoughts on Orange is the New Black
Orange is the New Black, season 6, had quite a turnover in cast. I want to comment on a few of the new additions.
Review: One Day at a Time, season 2
One Day at a Time, season 2, is a perfect example of a hard-hitting comedy series. It takes important issues and sets them up in a way that makes sense, makes incisive points, and makes comedy while doing it. One Day at a Time is complete excellence in every way. Beware the spoilers.
Watch This: Trailer for season 2 of One Day at a Time
One Day at a Time returns to Netflix on January 26. When this show came out originally it was good. Reimagined with three generations of Cuban Americans in the apartment, it is extra good. It’s gooder!
New Research: Seniors on the Small Screen
A new report from the Media, Diversity, & Social Change Initiative underscores just how lacking U.S. television is in faces over the age of 60. Titled “Seniors on the Small Screen,” the study was “comprised of two samples of popular television series airing between June 1, 2016 and May 31, 2017. Popularity was determined based […]
One Day at a Time, season 1
One Day at a Time is a new imagining of the long-running series of the same name from the 70s and 80s. It’s streaming now on Netflix. Some things remain the same, some things are different. The new version is as charming and funny as its ancestor.