Title image for Season 2. The background buildings and Eiffel tower are pink. The sky is and water below the foot bridge are blue. Emily stands at center in a lilac dress that has many ruffles and an open back. She is wearing high heels and one arm reaches back to hold the skirt of the dress as she looks over one shoulder at the viewer. At the top it says A NETFLIX SERIES. At the bottom it says: SHE'S BACK FOR AMOUR AND COMING IN HAUTE EMILY IN PARIS

Review: EMILY IN PARIS Season 2 Where La Dame PiPi Changed Everything For Me

Bienvenue to season two of Emily in Paris where the writers basically say: Screw you! We all complained so bitterly about last season but still binged it in droves, so the writers have no hesitation about hurling the same colorful dreck at us again this season. Is that an exaggeration? Maybe. But only slightly. Yes, … Continue reading Review: EMILY IN PARIS Season 2 Where La Dame PiPi Changed Everything For Me

Title Card "ON THE VERGE" in pink letters with a rip through the letters. Below it says Created by Julie Delpy

Review: Sadly, ON THE VERGE is Mostly “Argh!!” & “WTF?!?” But with Some Pockets of “Okay, Interesting…”

At first blush there should be no question whether I would like On The Verge. For the love of collapsing collagen, it's a show written by and starring middle-aged women that addresses relationships, motherhood, work, and unrealized dreams! But, for large portions of the series I found most of the characters either unlikeable, overly privileged, … Continue reading Review: Sadly, ON THE VERGE is Mostly “Argh!!” & “WTF?!?” But with Some Pockets of “Okay, Interesting…”

Review: “Call My Agent” is a Beautiful Bingetopia

There should be a word for the feeling you get upon finding a series to stream that just clicks for you. A series that creates a reality you want to marinate in for as long as possible. Bingetopia? Telecstasy? Streamjoyment? Happy Streams? Probably none of those. But it is definitely the feeling I have while … Continue reading Review: “Call My Agent” is a Beautiful Bingetopia

Review: “Lupin” Exquisite Escapism! Social Commentary! A Genetically Blessed Face! And One Thing That Annoyed Me Greatly!

By now you've probably either watched Lupin on Netflix or had someone in your life strongly suggest that you make time to watch it. If not, maybe consider getting new people in your life? I'm joking! But not really, because Lupin provides some exquisitely escapist and entertaining drama complete with heists, disguises, multi-layered deceptions, social … Continue reading Review: “Lupin” Exquisite Escapism! Social Commentary! A Genetically Blessed Face! And One Thing That Annoyed Me Greatly!