At first glance, the premise of both the American and the Israeli version of The Baker and The Beauty (which is not a reality show as I, based only on the title, originally thought) seems as likely to crumble as a stale croissant, but, as the show progresses, it reveals some deliciously laminated layers that … Continue reading “The Baker & The Beauty”: A Two For One Special!
Sometimes I joke that it would be so much easier to only write about stuff that I hated. The review of For Love or Money, for example? The snark just flowed from my fingers while writing that one. But it's so much more difficult to find the right words to describe something I loved to … Continue reading I Think You Should Be Watching “Gentefied”
On My Block feels deeply familiar in its coming-of-age stories, but fresh in its portrayal of characters and its perspective. What do I mean? Well, I’ll just start at the beginning, when four best friends—Monse, Cesar, Ruby, and Jamal—stand at the edge of a high school house party in the fictional neighborhood of Freeridge, located … Continue reading On My Block
It should be noted that when I first started watching Jane the Virgin I wasn't sure if I liked it. I was concerned it was some kind of moralistic show, pushing religious Christian values (totally fine if that's what you're looking for, but I am not). It should also be noted that I was a … Continue reading Jane the Virgin