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Sarah Lancashire in Happy Valley

7 Things to Love about Happy Valley, season 3

The British series Happy Valley has been an outstanding triumph of great writing and brilliant acting. It returned after a long wait of almost 8 years for its 3rd and final season. It was worth the wait. There are spoilers ahead in this discussion.

Christina Applegate and Linda Cardellini in Dead to Me

Dead to Me, season 3, a touching farewell

Dead to Me, season 3, brings this unusual dark comedy series to an end. In a story about the tangled traumas that lead to love and friendship between two women, the ending is heartfelt and touching.

Nicola Coughlan, Dylan Llewellyn, Louisa Harland, Jamie-Lee O'Donnell, and Saoirse-Monica Jackson in Derry Girls

Derry Girls, a brilliant final season

Derry Girls, which has always been outstanding, finished up its three season run with excellence! This series is part hilarious, part Irish history, and part coming of age. The only problem I have with Derry Girls is the episodes are too short and their aren’t enough of them.

Lucy Lawless in My Life is Murder

My Life is Murder, season 3, with a new face

My Life is Murder, season 3, premiered on Acorn TV October 10 with two episodes. Lucy Lawless as retired detective/bread maker is back solving crimes for the Auckland police department. The third season is as charming and colorful as ever, with Alexa Crowe solving murders with ease. There are some minor spoilers ahead because I was given access to screeners …

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Maitreyi Ramakrishnan and Darren Barnet in Never Have I Ever

Never Have I Ever, season 3, coming of age comedy

Never Have I Ever, season 3, left behind the topic-loaded excellence of season 2 and went back to concentrating on coming of age. It was junior year for Devi (Maitreyi Ramakrishnan) and her friends. They were concerned with shedding their virginity and finding relationships.

Asa Butterfield in Sex Education

Review: Sex Education, season 3 remains outstanding

Sex Education, which has consistently been one of the best things on television, maintains its top shelf status in season 3. The series, created and written by Laurie Nunn, is about students in an English school and the array of adults around them.

Martin Henderson and Alexandra Breckenridge in Virgin River

Virgin River, season 3, and we’re all in love

Virgin River was so romance oriented in season 3, it could almost make you diabetic. There was drama built in, but every story line was deeply involved with love. This was my least favorite season of the Netflix drama, simply because it felt so emotionally manipulative that you had to cry buckets to get through it.

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