Class of ’09 is set inside the crime fighting world of the FBI. But the implications of this cautionary tale apply beyond the FBI to all systems and institutions that use artificial intelligence (AI) as the answer to decision making.
Black Bird tells the true story of how the FBI used a convict named James Keene (Taron Egerton) to gather incriminating evidence against a serial killer named Larry Hall (played with creepy intensity by Paul Walter Hauser).
The L Word: Generation Q is trying to take the fans, who are mostly kicking and screaming, in a new direction that doesn’t include the iconic lesbian couple Bette (Jennifer Beals) and Tina (Laurel Holloman). We are three episodes into
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
The Killing of Two Lovers stars Sepideh Moafi, which is why I wanted to see it. The film about a separation between the parents of four children is told from the husband David’s (Clayne Crawford) point of view. It’s streaming
The L Word: Generation Q is an old friend and a new friend wrapped up in a beautiful package. Now that season 1 has ended and the long wait for season 2 begins, I wanted to share some thoughts about
The fall TV season starts very soon. Will there be many good new women-led shows this season? Well, I can think of three. If you have more in mind, speak up in the comments.
I’m watching the news about new TV shows for the upcoming season. A few have caught my eye as hopeful prospects. These series have women in leading roles, or women I like in supporting roles. These are the shows I’ll