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Ja'Siah Young in Raising Dion

Review: Raising Dion, season 2

Raising Dion, season 2, is a full of danger, excitement, youthful shenanigans, and superhero fun for kids and adults. Dion thought he saved the world from the evil electrical storm in season 1, but it’s back stronger than ever. And it wants Dion. This series is on Netflix.

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

Gentefied, season 2, the quest for a green card

Gentefied, season 2, takes the extended Morales family from Boyle Heights on a season long journey to get the family patriarch Casimiro, or Pop, Morales (Joaquín Cosío) a green card and keep him from being deported to Mexico.

Katherine Moennig, Jennifer Beals and Leisha Hailey in The L Word: Generation Q

The L Word: Generation Q: yays and nays for season 2

The L Word: Generation Q ended season 2 with a cliffhanger – several actually – and left viewers rooting for their favorite relationships as always. There were parts of the season I loved (yay!) and parts I thought were a mess (nay!). Instead of a general season review, let’s just look at those two things.

Lucy Lawless in My Life is Murder

My Life is Murder, season 2: Lucy Lawless still has it

My Life is Murder, season 2, begins on Acorn TV on August 30 (today!) with two episodes dropping. The remainder of season 2 will be released weekly each Monday. Lucy Lawless stars as a retired cop who keeps her hand in with special cases as a police consultant.

Tobias Menzies and Sophie Okonedo in Modern Love

Modern Love, season 2, all kinds of love

Modern Love is an anthology series based on personal essays about love that appeared in The New York Times “Modern Love” column. Season 2 brings 8 new and varied stories about all kinds of love. This series is on Prime Video. Modern Love does an outstanding job with inclusive storylines and casts. It brings in love of all kinds. It …

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan in Never Have I Ever

Review: Never Have I Ever, season 2

Never Have I Ever, season 2, was better than season 1, in my opinion. This coming of age tale from Mindy Kaling and Lang Fisher took the high school kids we got to know before and ran them through some funny but enlightening experiences. The series is streaming on Netflix.

Anna Paquin, Lydia Wilson, and Rebecca Benson in Flack

Flack, season 2, careening toward rock bottom

In season 2 of Flack, the PR firm led by a group of women continues to make even the worst people look good. PR genius Robyn (Anna Paquin) spirals down the path of her addiction toward what should be a wake up call. This series is on Prime Video.

Geraldine Hakewill in Ms Fisher's Modern Murder Mysteries

Review: Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries, season 2

Ms Fisher’s Modern Murder Mysteries, season 2, brings the fashion-plate private detective Peregrine Fisher (Geraldine Hakewill) back to solve crimes in 1960s Melbourne. It’s streaming on Acorn, with two episodes available now and more to come weekly for an 8 episode season.

Charlotte Ritchie and Mae Martin in Feel Good

Feel Good (season 2) and the rocky road to recovery

Feel Good, season 2, the semi-autobiographical comedy series from Mae Martin, heads down the dark path of recovery. This Netflix season is not so much about comedy as about the traumatic truth that interferes with Mae finding happiness with the woman they love, George (Charlotte Ritchie).

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